Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation announced two new upcoming projects during Disney's weekend long D23 Expo that is happening right now in Anaheim, California, home to Disneyland.
The first of these new animated movies will be directed by Bob Peterson, the man who helmed Up for Disney and Pixar back in 2009. While it doesn't have a title yet, this new adventure will look at our modern world as though dinosaurs never went extinct. It is already set with a November 27th, 2013 release date.
The second untitled project announced comes from director Pete Docter. It plans to take viewers inside the human mind. No other plot details were discussed. It will come to theaters on May 30th of 2014.
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