Pixar, Disney on the Outs

by | February 11, 2005 | Comments

Steve Jobs continues to maintain that Pixar and Disney will not renew their distribution agreement. Specifically, Jobs has said the company would not participate in sequels to "Monsters Inc.," "Finding Nemo," and "The Incredibles," as well as "Toy Story 3," all of which Disney plans to make. Eisner called Pixar’s human animation "pathetic," to which Jobs retorted, "I know our films don’t stack up against films like ‘Atlantis‘ or ‘Emperor’s New Groove,’ or ‘Treasure Planet.’ We just kind of wrote that off to Michael being a loose canon."

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