Monsters University, which is a follow-up to Monsters Inc. from way back in 2001, will be here in 2013, June to be exact. Finding Nemo's director, Andrew Stanton, has also signed to direct a sequel to the massive hit, and Toy Story 4 might be in the works too.
While I love my dose of animation every now and then, you have to ask: Is Pixar officially sequel-obsessed? If it is the case, then they have enough reason when looking at the past financial benefit. Toy Story 3 grossed way more than $1 billion since its release in 2010, while Finding Nemo raked in $867 million so far.
Pixar has not yet commented on the Nemo rumor, but it has been reported that the writer and director has signed to direct the film's second instalment. It is currently considered possible for viewers to see the happy fish again in 2016, but Pixar has not confirmed this as of yet.
Toy Story 4's rumor is based solely on a comment, however. During an interview with one of the Toy Story magic-makers, the interviewee stated that the next movie was “being worked on.”