Disney has announced the release date shuffles of the Pixar sequels “Incredibles 2” and “Toy Story 4.”
The former will move forward a year to 2018 and will no longer debut on June 21, 2019, while “Toy Story 4” is being pushed back a year to that date.
“The Incredibles 2” is directed by two-time Oscar winner Brad Bird, and Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the project was in development at the March 2014 Disney shareholders meeting.
The first film debuted in November of 2004 and earned over $633 million worldwide. At the time, the film’s opening weekend of $70.4 million was the second biggest animated debut of all time.
The film won two Oscars and has an A+ CinemaScore.
Fans haven’t been able to see their favorite “Toy Story” characters since the third film in the franchise hit theaters in 2010. Collectively, those films have grossed $883 million domestically. The first film debuted in 1995.
Last October, “Toy Story 4” was bumped back a year from its original release date to June 15, 2018.
Disney Pixar’s upcoming slate includes “Cars 3,” which will roar into theaters on June 16, 2017, while Pixar fans can also expect the animated film “Coco” to hit theaters on Nov. 22, 2017.
Disney Animation will also release “Gigantic” on March 9, 2018.