Pixar will make a sequel to "The Incredibles" and a third "Cars" film, Disney CEO Bob Iger told shareholders on Tuesday in Portland.

He also confirmed that "Star Wars: Episode VII" will take place 30 years after "Return of the Jedi."

Thanks, Bob. How about some real news? What's next ... a news conference to announce there may or may not be spaceships in the next movie?

Iger did say, "There will be some very familiar faces along with a trio of new young leads." He also joked that only one actor had been cast in the film so far: R2-D2.

That's some real Jar Jar Binks-like humor, right there.

In making the unwashed masses feel worse about not buying Disney stock 30 years ago, Iger also touted the box office success of "Frozen," which is on its way to passing "Toy Story 3" and its $1.063 billion in worldwide earnings.

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