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‘Finding Nemo 2’ Moves Forward with Director Andrew Stanton

John Carter director Andrew Stanton has signed on to direct Finding Nemo 2 for Disney Pixar. The original Finding Nemo is slated for a 3D re-release September 14, although it isn't known if this sequel will be released in 3D.

It is believed that part of the filmmaker's deal was the promise that he would get to direct another live-action feature, despite the box office failure of John Carter. No story details have been released for this animated follow-up. It isn't known if Finding Nemo stars Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe will reprise their roles.

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‘John Carter’ Q&A Video with Director Andrew Stanton

Earlier this week, we reported about a live streaming Q&A session with John Carter director Andrew Stanton from the Google headquarters. In case you didn't get a chance to watch the event live, we have the entire 50-minute video, which starts with Andrew Stanton's "concept art" for John Carter that the director drew when he was just 11 years old. Check it out.

John Carter was released March 9th, 2012.

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Live Chat with ‘John Carter’ Director Andrew Stanton

Walt Disney Pictures is getting ready to roll out it's massive sci-fi adaptation John Carter, which hits theaters nationwide March 9. Director Andrew Stanton is hosting a live chat today, March 7, at 12 PM PST (3 PM EST), which is streaming live below.

John Carter was released March 9th, 2012.

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‘John Carter’ International Featurette

Walt Disney Pictures has released an international featurette for John Carter, which debuts in theaters nationwide March 9. Click on the video player below to watch stars Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe, and director Andrew Stanton discuss this sci-fi adventure, which is adapted from the novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

John Carter was released March 9th, 2012.

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‘John Carter’ White Ape Photo Featuring Taylor Kitch

Walt Disney Pictures has released a new photo from John Carter, featuring Taylor Kitsch trying to escape from an enormous White Ape. Check it out below, then read on as Andrew Stanton explains the changes the White Ape went through from the book to the screen.

John Carter was released March 9th, 2012.

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‘John Carter’ Trailer!

One of Edgar Rice Burroughs most renowned pieces of science fiction literature comes screaming to live in Walt Disney's John Carter, which marks the live-action directorial debut of Pixar's own Andrew Stanton. Walt Disney Pictures has released the first trailer from this exciting trip to Mars, which you can check out below.

John Carter was released March 9th, 2012.

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‘John Carter’ Martian Landscape Concept Art

Director Andrew Stanton is currently finishing the CGI animation portion of his live-action Edgar Rice Burroughs adaptation John Carter, which is set to debut March 9th of 2012. He has released two Martian Landscape Concept art photos, which you can check out below along with further details on this extravagant sci-fi epic, and the reasons why Andrew Stanton won't be bringing John Carter to Comic-Con 2011.

John Carter was released March 9th, 2012.

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‘John Carter of Mars’ to Be Historically Accurate Martian Film

Writer-director Andrew Stanton caught up with MTV and discussed the progress of John Carter of Mars, based on the series of Edgar Rice Burroughs novels about a Civil War veteran who becomes a great hero on Mars."I'm not in post-production - I'm in digital principal photography now, which goes on for the rest of 2011, so I'm only halfway through the movie," Andrew Stanton explained.

The director said that John Carter of Mars is still slated for a 3-D release.

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