Nobody ever remembers that you slipped a film, but they will remember a bad film.
- Ed Catmull
The dinosaurs have dodged the meteor...
The prehistoric creatures will live to star in the Lamp's next film. Just not in 2014. The film "The Good Dinosaur" that was scheduled to open on May 30, 2014 will now open on November 25, 2015. If that date sounds familiar it's because that was the release date for "Finding Dori". And I mean was because it has now been bumped to summer 2016.
There still has been no decision on who will take the helm, although an announcement should be coming soon. This leaves 2014 without a Pixar film. But don't feel sad for long as you'll get two films in 2015. John Lasseter and Ed Catmull are ultimately concerned about getting the story right, not meeting a release date. If they could have met the original date they would have.
Now the dinosaurs have a little breathing room having escaped extinction...
It's going to be a very quiet 2014. The only "tentpole" I know of is Guardians of the Galaxy. What else is there?
so what is the second movie in 2015?
So will we see the rest of the disney and pixar animation slate rescheduled as well? I'm mainly looking at Zootopia. Which is now scheduled to open 3 months before Finding Dory..
"It's going to be a very quiet 2014. The only "tentpole" I know of is Guardians of the Galaxy. What else is there?"
Big Hero 6 (2014)
"So will we see the rest of the disney and pixar animation slate rescheduled as well? I'm mainly looking at Zootopia. Which is now scheduled to open 3 months before Finding Dory.."
So can we say that Pixar is officially dead please? It's just an awful studio now that puts out subpar films.
Kudos to the studio for recognizing a film isn't ready. I'd much rather wait and get a good movie than have it rushed and be disappointed over a badly done film.
Of course, this stands in sharp contrast to what happened on John Lasseter's "Cars 2" in 2011. In that case, they were more concerned about meeting a release date than making a great film.
Right on Mesterius! Cars is a disgusting, festering mole on Pixar's legacy
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