The next three out of four Pixar animated features hitting cinemas will be sequels—and the first won’t even land until 2017—as Disney has announced its upcoming roster of releases under Pixar and Disney overnight. 

While we’ve had news of The Incredibles 2 being officially ~a thing~ for a while now, the studio have decided that—for what’s quite possibly the most highly-anticipated follow up in recent memory—FIFTEEN FUCKING YEARS between films is an adequate wait time, slating the sequel for a release on June 21, 2019.  

The Incredibles 2 & Toy Story 4 Officially Happening, Finally Get Release Dates

Adding insult to injury, the release of Toy Story 4 has been pushed back – now dropping in June 2018. The consolation prize of the third sequel nobody asked for, Cars 3, coming right on time in 2017 is, tbqh, a damn outrage.

The Disney / Pixar roster for the next five years: 

Cars 3 (June 16th, 2017) 

Pixar’s Coco (November 22nd, 2017) 

Untitled Disney Live-Action Fairy Tale Project (December 22nd, 2017) 

Gigantic (March 9th, 2018) 

Toy Story 4 (June 15th, 2018) 

Untitled Disney Live-Action Fairy Tale Project (November 2nd, 2018) 

Untitled Disney Live-Action Fairy Tale Project (March 29th, 2019) 

Untitled DisneyToons Studio Project (April 12th, 2019) 

The Incredibles 2 (June 21st, 2019) 

Untitled Disney Live-Action Fairy Tale Project (November 8th, 2019) 

Untitled Pixar Film (March 13th, 2020) 

Untitled Pixar Film (June 19th, 2020) 

Untitled Disney Animation Film (November 25th, 2020)

via Collider