Just a day after announcing the intent to re-release The Incredibles and Ratatouille in 3D, Pixar has now announced they are indeed working on a third installment of Cars and a sequel to The Incredibles.
Let this be a confirmation that critics don't control the Pixar team. After overwhelming fan and professional disappointment, and some hate, for Cars 2 the animation mogul is still pushing forward with the Cars franchise because it is profitable. Despite the negativity, Cars 2 netted $560 million worldwide at the box office. Not to mention the ridiculously successful Cars Land opening at Disneyland in Anaheim in 2012.
As far as The Incredibles goes, viewers and critics have been calling for a sequel pretty much since the movie was released back in 2004. The characters remain popular to this day and in addition to the planned 3D re-release, a sequel does make sense.
Personally, I was never a fan of either Cars or The Incredibles so I don't really have much to say other than nothing but sequels for Pixar once again.
The past seven days
Well these are just fantastic. I am getting very excited for Catching Fire . #CatchingFire #TheHungerGam...
Looks a lot like the posters we had for the first one, but oh well. I still want to see it!
I have been blogging on this website for quite sometime now and it's been fun, but I have found a new arena to blog on that gives a bett...
Fans will have the opportunity at Comic-Con in San Diego to explore the Insidious: Chapter Two dream world, The Further. The invitation on...