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Disney Confirms ‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Cars 3’ and Makes ‘Star Wars’ Announcement

Superheroes, race cars, undersea adventures, a galaxy far, far away – Walt Disney Pictures’ annual company shareholders meeting was obviously off the hook with awesome.

Because ERMAHGERD.

Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed Pixar is currently working on a sequel to 2004's The Incredibles, in addition to Cars 3. No timeline was given on their release dates, but the Disney Pixar Facebook page announced it anyway.

Iger also noted that while a fifth installment of The Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise is in development, it hasn’t yet gotten the green light; and said a film called Tomorrowland is in the works and will star George Clooney.

Disney’s movie slate already includes Finding Dory, the Finding Nemo sequel; Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur and a highly anticipated live-action Cinderella.

The Internet then proceeded to melt once news that the next Star Wars movie will take place 30 years after 1983’s Return of the Jedi was revealed.

"There will be some very familiar faces along with a trio of new young leads," said Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger. "The team is well into preproduction and from the concept art that I have seen so far, Star Wars: Episode VII really looks amazing."

Because of course it does.

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