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June 27, 2008 – “Wall-E,” what we all know will be the best film of the summer. (Pixar)

Nov. 2008 – “Bolt,” the story of an actor dog who believes he has super powers.

May 2009 – “Up,” about an elderly widower who embarks on a South American adventure, from Monsters, Inc. director Pete Docter and co-director Bob Peterson. (Pixar)

Oct. 2, 2009 – “Toy Story,” the Digital 3D Re-Release. (Pixar)

Christmas 2009 – “The Princess and the Frog,” Disney’s full return to what they do best, a classic, 2D, hand-drawn animated musical (featuring their first African-American princess) from acclaimed veteran Disney directors John Musker and Ron Clements (“The Little Mermaid,” “Aladdin,” “Hercules,”).

Feb. 12, 2010 – “Toy Story 2,” the Digital 3D Re-Release. (Pixar)

June 18, 2010 – “Toy Story 3,” featuring an all-grown-up Andy, directed by Finding Nemo’s Lee Unkrich. (Pixar)

Christmas 2010 – “Rapunzel,” Disney vet Glen Keane’s long-awaited retelling of the fairy tale.

Summer 2011 – “newt,” a love story involving the last two blue-footed newts alive and the directing debut of sound designer Gary Rydstrom. (Pixar)

Christmas 2011 – “The Bear and the Bow, “ a Scottish fantasy (and Pixar’s first fairy tale!) from filmmaker/writer Brenda Chapman (“The Prince of Egypt”). (Pixar)

Summer 2012 – “Cars 2,” with a possible international setting, directed by Brad Lewis, the producer of “Ratatouille.” (Pixar)

Christmas 2012 – “King of the Elves,” an adaptation of a Philip K. Dick short story, directed by Brother Bear’s Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker.

By Cybergosh

Fancy Gentleman.