PixarPug
Saw this snippet at the bottom of EW's article on the next films from Pixar:

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As of earlier in 2016, EW learned that at least the next four films following The Incredibles 2 were all originals, but take that with a grain of CGI salt. Pixar’s signature story-building process takes years, and the studio has been known to shelve a tale if it simply doesn’t captivate. (R.I.P., Newt.)



http://www.ew.com/article/2016/06/18/pixar-films
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Vellerie
Awesome news! I figured this would be the case, given the recent sequel frenzy. Excited for when more news will be revealed, though I know it will be a while.
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Arlo
This is fantastic news! Don't get me wrong, I'm excited for all of the upcoming Pixar sequels! But I always love to see some new fresh original ideas being brought to life on the screen!
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Sebastian Barnes
I think that they mean of the time when in a Good Dinosaur interview Jim Morris said that they are workings on original films directed by Mark Andrews, Dan Scanlon, Brian fee (wich now we know that he is directing cars 3 instead of an original) and Pete docter
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Gray Catbird
It's great news, but I feel it has to be taken with a big grain of salt. As the quote points out, Pixar has had problems pumping out original films in recent years (Newt, TGD), while the sequels don't have the same kind of brakes. After all, three years ago, Ed Catmull said that we would get an original film per year (link: https://www.buzzfeed.com/adambvary/pixar-chief-studio-to-scale-back-sequels-aim-for-one-origina ). So things can change.

Still, now that Pixar has done/will do all the obvious sequels, they will have no "choice" but to make original films (maybe). Even if we consider that it's very likely that one day we'll get a Finding Dory 2 and a Toy Story 5, and perhaps The Incredibles 3, putting these projects in motion would take a bit of time.

Don't get me wrong though, I may sound pessimistic, but I'll always be looking forward for new Pixar films!
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Bonnie
Because of the aforementioned "original every year" thing that never happened, I'll wait for something cementing their existence before I get happy about them. 

Gray Catbird wrote:
So things can change. Still, now that Pixar has done/will do all the obvious sequels, they will have no "choice" but to make original films (maybe). Even if we consider that it's very likely that one day we'll get a Finding Dory 2 and a Toy Story 5, and perhaps The Incredibles 3, putting these projects in motion would take a bit of time.


All of their movies that aren't Good Dinosaur would make viable sequels (and by that I mean viable financial decisions). They could potentially throw Up 2, WALL-E 2, Ratatouille 2, and A Bug's Life 2 at us while they make Toy Story 5, Cars 4, etc. and keep going in a perpetual circle of sequels until Earth gets swallowed by the sun. 

I'm not saying they will do that, just that them running out of sequels and being forced to do originals to fill the gap isn't likely to be a thing that happens.
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PixarPug
Another article from EW about future sequels vs original films

http://www.ew.com/article/2016/07/01/pixar-sequels-ratatouille-wall-e-inside-out?xid=entertainment-weekly_socialflow_twitter
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ReptilePatrol
I'm personally excited for how these 2020 films will take us to "unusual but believable worlds" and it seems like the 1.5 movies a year thing Ed Catmull said a while back is officially not really in action anymore (as per Morris' latest quote from the article PixarPug posted above).

Jim Morris wrote:
Our plan had been to make an original every year and a sequel every other year, if the idea came forth to do it. If we add the next films after the current ones, it actually comes out to exactly that: seven sequels in a spate of 21 originals, from the time we were acquired by Disney [in 2006]. So it’s penciled out to be the same portfolio, just not in the order we thought they would be. And a lot of that has to do with when Andrew had a sequel idea, and Brad had a sequel idea…sometimes that’s just how it happens.


I think it's great that they'll be returning to originals after The Incredibles 2, though given how Pixar changed track in regards to scheduling just now, I wouldn't be surprised if a new schedule was in place by 2020. However, it's certainly reassuring to know that the original films are alive and well.
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