Top 10 Ways To Make The Pixar Sequels Awesome

Top 10 Ways To Make The Pixar Sequels Awesome
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The good citizens of Sequelsville welcome its newest member: Pixar! The success of the Toy Story sequels, along with Cars 2 because God hates us all, has apparently made Pixar as sequel-happy as anybody else. Monsters Inc. 2, a prequel to the original hit, is slated for next year. Sure glad they’re tying up all those loose ends regarding how silly cartoon monsters learned how to become silly cartoon monsters.

And, while they haven’t been officially confirmed by Pixar yet, Finding Nemo 2 and Toy Story 4 are all but givens to be announced next. After that? Probably more, and then even more. Remember, Disney has a big stake in what Pixar does and, since Disney basically owns Sequelsville, if they want all these franchises to be never-ending sagas, then that’s exactly what will happen.

But that doesn’t mean they have to be awful and depressing to watch (looking in your direction, Mater). As I did with Saturday Night Live, it’s time to dig up ten possible Pixar sequels, and how they can successful. And, luckily for me, Pixar has unveiled EXACTLY ten franchises so far, which meant less time building a list, and more time thinking of ways to make these films awesome.

Well, my version of awesome, anyway. And isn’t that the only one that should count? Oh, and before we go on:

Lots of ’em. So keep that mind, K?

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