Disney/Pixar's Sequel 'Monsters University' Release Date Pushed Back

Disney/Pixar’s sequel Monsters University will be released on June 21, 2013, instead of early November 2012.

Instead, Disney’s toon Reboot Ralph will open on Nov. 2, 2012. Ralph had been originally scheduled to open on March 12, 2013.

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Kamin02029d ago

what?!?! there making another Monsters movie?!?! Maybe not my favorite, but, definitely the funniest (In my opinion of course) pixar movie. Even though I do love all of them..=)

JL2029d ago

Yea this was announced a little while ago. It was officially titled last week I think it was. It will be a prequel.

-MD-2029d ago

Ewww It's a prequel? I heard that before from somewhere but didn't believe it. How disappointing.

Then again I trust Pixar so we'll see.

JL2029d ago

Yes, a prequel. About their college days. Hence, Monsters University. Apparently they have to go to school for training to become monsters at Monsters Inc. Thus this is their college days as they train for their job at Monsters Inc.

Kamin02029d ago (Edited 2029d ago )

sequel, prequel, whatever! I love me some pixar. lol. I'm new to the site so thanks _JL_. Release date a little while away though.

Christopher2028d ago

IMHO, prequel is about the only way it really works. Not sure what type of story there could be after they already solved the issue of getting enough energy from kids through laughter.

Monsters, Inc. is still my favorite Pixar movie and can't wait to see what they do with this.

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Quagmire2029d ago

Why dont they get working on an Incredibles 2? Thats the film I want to see have a sequel, dunno who though it was a good idea to make more Cars and Monsters films.

Christopher2028d ago

I think they all deserve sequels. Wonder how they'd handle the kids voices now on a I2 movie, though? Still would love to see it.

-MD-2028d ago

I'd take a new Monsters film over a new Incredibles sequel. The Incredibles was overrated.

Quagmire2028d ago

Up and Wall-E was overrated

-MD-2028d ago

The first 20 minutes of Wall-E deserved praise. Up was passable for a Pixar film but a bit too depressing.

Neither are overrated though.