Thursday, July 19, 2012

Are We Going to be Finding Nemo Again Soon?

Posted By on Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 1:00 PM

In the past 17 years, Disney and Pixar have released films that go straight to the heart, beginning with Toy Story and concluding with the most recent, Brave.

I'm excited about the long-awaited—12 years, to be exact—release of the Monsters, Inc. prequel coming out next year and I'm even more thrilled that Finding Nemo might get a sequel.

But why we have to wait at least 10 years for these movies to get a sequel when it only took five years for a follow-up to Cars?

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