Disney Aims to Sequelize Their Pixar Properties

by | March 15, 2005 | Comments

CNN/Money brings news of Disney’s post-Pixar plans should the two studios end up parting ways. That Robert Iger was recently announced as successor to Disney CEO Michael Eisner could certainly help to smooth things out between Pixar and the Mouse House — but that’s not preventing Disney from making alternate plans: "The company, which owns the rights to the Pixar library, has announced plans for a "Toy Story 3" and plans to roll out sequels to "Finding Nemo," "Monsters Inc.," "The Incredibles" as well as "Cars." Let’s hope Mr. Iger and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs can reach an arrangement soon; if these sequels do become a reality, it’s best to have the Pixar crew running the show.