Finding Nemo 2 is a Go. Toy Story 4 is a No?

The internet is abuzz today with news claiming  that Disney-Pixar has announced Toy Story 4 for  2015 release. Reports indicate that the news originate from Colombian sites. But Disney-Pixar was quick to deny making such an announcement. But they neither confirm nor deny any plan to make another sequel to the highly successful film franchise.

But here's what's confirmed: Finding Nemo 2 due on 2016. After years of rumors, an exclusive report from Dealine last February 12 confirms the project.

[Read: Albert Brooks Hooks Deal To Reprise In ‘Finding Nemo 2′]

About Toy Story

Toy Story is a series of computer animated comedy film produced by Pixar and distributed by Walt Disney. It tells the story of a toys that secretly come to life when their owners are not around.

The film become both a critical and financial success. Toy Story 1 released in 1995 raked $361 Million. Toy Story 2 released in 1999 earned even more with $485 Million. Then last 2010, Toy Story 3 smashed out all animated film records with a whooping $1 Billion of earnings. The film series earned recognition from the Academy, Golden Globes and other major award giving bodies.

The film features the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Joan Cussac playing the major characters.

About Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo is a 2003 blockbuster animated film produced by Pixar. It tells the story of how a clown fish (Marlin) together with his friend (Dory) rescued his son (Nemo) who was captured by divers and was put to an aquarium in Australia.
Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The film also become both a commercial and a critical success. It earned $921 Million and received plenty of recognition from major award giving bodies.

Finding Nemo features the voices of Albert Brooks (Marlin), Ellen Degeneres (Dory) and Alexander Gould (Nemo).