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Disney’s Pixar have announced they will not be releasing any new films until 2015, pushing back any and every movie scheduled for release next year. This will be the longest hiatus the company have taken since 2003, after an 18 month split between much loved Finding Nemo and The Incredibles. “The Good Dinosaur”, which was [...]
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