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Finding Nemo 2 is happening


After Pixar went sequel crazy with Toy Story 3 and Cars 2, they're now planning to revisit another classic.

It's just been announced that Finding Nemo, Pixar's second biggest movie ever, is getting a long-awaited sequel.

Original director Andrew Stanton is back in the hot seat after John Carter, his misguided foray into live action, flopped hard. The plot is currently under wraps but an abandoned script from 2008 had Nemo trying to find his father this time around.

It's not the only sequel coming from the Pixar stable with Monsters University released next summer and an unconfirmed rumour that Toy Story 4 might be on the way.

While Finding Nemo 2 is heading for a 2016 release, die-hard fans will have to settle for a 3D re-release of the original out in September.

The short story is: Disney want your money and they won't stop until they have every last penny.

[via The Playlist]



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