Sunday, July 22, 2012

Quick Nemo Update

I apologize for the lack of activity this week. I have been the most busy I have ever been in years! Thursday was my last day of class, went right to work after, then went straight to the Batman premiere immediately after that, not coming home and sleeping until four in the morning. Then the next day, I went down to Sacramento with my friend to see the incredible Demi Lovato in concert along with Adam Lambert, Owl City, and Karmin. Then the next day (after coming home at one AM), I drove three hours and back to my cousin's wedding! Today is my first day off in a while.

Now that we have that covered, moving on to the important news!

While I was away, The Disney Freak messaged me some important information:

Finding Nemo 2 is planned to be released in 2016.

Also some interesting information...the website she found this information also mentions a Cars 3 coming out in 2017?

You have got to be kidding me.

I couldn't really find any legitimate information regarding this assumption, but let's hope they're not really thinking it's going to happen. If they are, Pixar is just turning into a sequel factory, and a sequel factory for the wrong movies!!! (Finding Nemo 2 isn't that bad, I'm thinking Cars and whatnot.)

Ugh, frustration.

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  1. Haha you're welcome.

    Yeah, I saw that Cars 3 tidbit and my jaw like dropped open. I have no idea if it's true or not. Let's hope the latter.

    1. Ugh seriously. That would be ridiculous if it were true.

    2. Thought you might like this:

    3. I did! I agree with that guy. I may be a little hesitant with some sequels but I'll see them anyway, and I absolutely ADORE the Toy Story sequels. I'm just going to be mad about Cars 3 if that happened, because why would they continue after the Cars 2 flop?

  2. My guess is that Disney pushed for yet another Cars sequel because it sells a lot of toys. Those little Hot Wheels-style Pixar cars haven't faded from Target's shelves yet.