Proving that Pixar isn’t creatively bankrupt, they have announced a follow-up to their 2003 smash hit Finding Nemo. Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, WALL-E) will return to direct the sequel to Nemo which won the Oscar for Best Animated Picture and no doubt try to make back some of that $250 million he lost Disney on John Carter. Victoria Strouse (The Apostles of Infinite Love) is set to write the script and Lindsey Collins to produce.

The company that once was praised for its original films is now cranking out sequels and prequels to the tune of financial success. Monsters University (2013) the prequel to Monsters Inc. takes us back to the moment Mike and Sulley met and how they overcame their differences and became each others BFF’s. There are even rumors of a Toy Story 4.  Why not take a page from Lucas and make a Toy Story prequel while ruining the original trilogy.

The bright spot is there are three original projects The Good Dinosaur (2014), untitled Pixar movie about that takes you inside the mind (2015), and an untitled Pixar movie about Dia de Los Muertos (directed by Nemo co-director Lee Unkrich).

The original Finding Nemo hits theaters in 3D on September 14, 2012.

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Proving that Pixar isn't creatively bankrupt, they have announced a follow-up to their 2003 smash hit Finding Nemo. Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, WALL-E) will return to direct the sequel to Nemo which won the Oscar for Best Animated Picture and no doubt try to make back some of that $250...