Brad Bird announced he was writing the thing this year. Two years (possible less, depending on the exact months) for a Pixar movie, especially since they seem at least vaguely aware that people are losing faith in them, is extremely unlikely, at best. Pixar films typically take four years, at the least.
Also, I don’t think it was ever actually scheduled to come out on either of those dates, even in terms of “originally planned but moved”.
I find it interesting how technology has come so far since the first TI release. With that being said, I actually don’t find this article quite compelling. i feel its all rumors to say the least, nothing concrete. Still on the look out for it though.
Among all the announced sequels this is the one I hope the most they don’t screw up.
While I cannot imagine TS4 making any kind of sense, and while Finding Dory could make for an entertaining story but nothing truly remarkable, this particular superhero family definitely has potential for a “super” sequel.
This is definitely not one to be wasted on the dreadful “sequelification for the sake or merchandising”.