All the Disney-Pixar movies currently in the works: 'Incredibles 2,' 'Toy Story 4' and more

It's been nearly a year since Pixar's release of "Finding Dory," which means we're all starved for a new animated masterpiece. No offense to "Moana" and "Zootopia" -- there's just something extra special about Pixar flicks.

Although the studio is famously secretive about its projects, keeping fans in suspense as they develop upcoming features, we do have some key info about films currently in development. There are a few sequels slated for the next few years, but by 2020, that's coming to an end -- Pixar will instead release brand-new original stories.

Here's everything we know so far about Pixars' upcoming movies:

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Pixar is currently putting the final touches on 'Cars 3' ahead of its June 2017 release. Time will tell if Lightning McQueen can sufficiently stage a comeback after a devastating crash.
'Coco' is slated for a November 2017 release, and Pixar recently revealed the first official trailer: 12-year-old Miguel finds himself in the Land of the Dead while searching to understand his own family history.

'The Incredibles 2' is finally coming! The long-awaited sequel to the 2004 classic has been in the works for years. It's written and directed by Brad Bird, who also wrote the original, and will be released in June 2018.

Thought the Pixar team was calling it quits after 'Toy Story 3'? Nah. Woody and Buzz will set out to find Woody's longtime love, Bo Peep, who was notably absent from the third installment. Rashida Jones and Will McCormack will write the June 2019 feature.
Pixar has confirmed that there will be two feature releases in 2020, premiering just a few months apart. We don't know much yet, but Disney-Pixar president Jim Morris has confirmed that they will not be sequels to existing franchises. Instead, the March and June flicks are expected to be new original stories.

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