'The Incredibles 2' picks up exactly where the original ended

Incredibles 2

After an emotional ceremony honoring this year's Disney Legends, D23 continued in earnest Friday for the company's animation panel - and announced the next chapter in its Cars universe. The untitled sound-barrier breaking film is slated for April 12 2019.

In the interview, he talked about a range of things from Coco and Olaf's Frozen Adventure to Pixar's sequel strategy and future.

The Incredibles 2 is set to land in cinemas on June 15th, 2018.

Brad Bird will again be directing and writing this Incredibles tale, which Lasseter described as "such a special story".

2004's The Incredibles ends with a stirring call-to-action, the promise of one more big action scene, and then...a cut to the credits, spurred on Michael Giaccchino's thrilling musical score.

He also debuted the first look clip from the film, showing Jack Jack as he wanders outdoors after his dad falls asleep.

John Lasseter has stepped down as director of "Toy Story 4", leaving co-director Josh Cooley to take full reigns.

Up and coming filmmaker, Josh Cooley, has officially been set as the solo director for 2019's Toy Story 4.

Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter told IGN, "It starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on ..." Check out the new concept art above.

Pixar also unveiled a new project from Monsters University director Dan Scanlon. Set in a suburban fantasy world populated by elves, trolls and sprites, where unicorns trawl through garbage cans like candy-striped possums, it offers the premise that magic was real but has long since been forgotten and replaced by modern technology. Based on Scanlon's own childhood dream to connect with a father who died before they could make any memories together, this new Pixar film promises all the imagination and emotional gut punches we've come to expect.

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