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New Cars and Incredibles sequels coming!

New Cars and Incredibles sequels coming!

Disney is set to bring back “The Incredibles” and “Cars”, with sequels in the works over at Pixar.

“The Incredibles” will finally get a follow up to the original, released back in 2004, while “Cars” will receive a third instalment.

“Incredibles” fans have long been pushing for a second flick after the first picked up $631 million at the box office.

The third “Cars” will follow the first two, released in 2006 and 2011, which made $461 million and $560 million respectively.

Disney chief Bob Iger broke the news at the company’s annual stockholders meeting in Portland, Oregon.

A tweet also reads: ‘It’s official: we’re currently working on new films featuring your favorite characters from The Incredibles and Cars!’

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