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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