Los Angeles: Walt Disney has announced two new projects, one of them a dinosaurs feature, with CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) production company Pixar.
The announcement, which also included a project directed by Pete Docter, came during the D23 convention, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Pixar has had a remarkable box office and critical streak since its first full-length feature, 1995`s `Toy Story`.
The new Pixar projects are untitled but they are original creations and will follow upcoming releases `Brave` and `Monsters University`, according to Disney/Pixar chief John Lasseter.
In addition to Docter`s project, the untitled movie about dinosaurs will be directed by Pixar veteran Bob Peterson and produced by John Walker.
The movie is aiming for a holiday 2013 release. The story is set in a world where an asteroid didn`t hit the Earth, thus allowing the creatures to keep living and evolving.
Docter`s project is the untitled Pixar movie which is being produced by Jonas Rivera.
It`s eyeing a summer 2014 release and is in the early stages of work. Docter said the story will take the audience inside the head, "how we forget, why certain songs get stuck in our heads."
"It`s a place that we`ve all been to but have never seen," he said.