Disney CEO Bob Iger announced today that the company, alongside Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios, will create The Incredibles 2 and Cars 3.

Both franchises have garnered massive success; The Incredibles saw over $600 million at the box office, while the pair of Cars movies has grossed  over a billion dollars in box office revenue, not including tie-ins, toys, or other licensing deals.

The Incredibles, alongside 2007’s Ratatouille, will also be getting a 3D re-release, though release dates for those films have yet to be announced.

This isn’t the first announcement from Disney today. The company just announced that Star Wars Episode VII would begin filming at Pinewood Studios in May and that the film would feature some new and some familiar faces.

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