This weekend, Pixar announced about two future projects. To them will be attributed Bob Peterson and Pete Docter. Both shot cartoon "Up", but now each of them will work on different movies. Peterson got a story about dinosaurs, while the Docter project will tell us about the activities of the human brain.
The first of the planned films will be in theaters in November 27, 2013. It has no name, but you know what will be discussed. The action will unfold on an alternate Earth. Magicians from Pixar will dream on the theme of "what would happen if in our planet has not hit an asteroid, destroying all the dinosaurs." That is, this story will be dinosaurs co-exist with humans. Behind all this is Bob Peterson, a veteran of the company. He is also a screenwriter of "Finding Nemo," "Ratatouille" and "Up." Cartoon about dinosaurs will be his second directorial work, which Bob will do on a par with Peter Sonoma.
The second film will be in theaters later, on 30 May 2014. It also has yet no name. According to the site Playlist, the script writer had a hand in the third part of "Toy Story" Michael Arndt. All the same site found out that the film tells of how a human head formed ideas.
This will be an incredibly ambitious project even by the standards of Pixar. Going to shoot the new movie - Pete Docter, the author of "Monsters, Inc.". "The action of my film developed, where we all were, but never seen," - says the director.
Another cartoon of Pixar, film "Braveheart," will be released in June 22, 2012. In the summer of 2013th we will be surprised with the adventures of rejuvenated Mike Vazovsky and thinner Sally at the prequel "Monsters, Inc.".