LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- Fans of Toy Story will have to wait a little longer for the next installment in the movie series, as Pixar has pushed back its release date in favor of releasing a sequel to The Incredibles first.
Pixar announced Wednesday it was shuffling its release schedule by swapping the planned dates for two highly anticipated movies: The Incredibles 2 will now be out in 2018 and Toy Story 4 won't be out until 2019.
Last October, Disney announced its release schedule for the next several years, including on the list that Toy Story 4 would be out June 15, 2018 and The Incredibles 2 would hit theaters on June 21, 2019.
Pixar decided to flip the planned dates, however, after accelerating the production schedule on The Incredibles 2, which is about a family of superheroes.
Toy Story 4 was pushed back as a result of the other film's acceleration, however slightly more is known about its plot, which is expected to focus on a love story between Woody and Bo Peep.
The two movies are expected to be among the last sequels Pixar does for some time -- aside from Cars 3, which is still due out in June 2017 -- because the company would like to focus on new, original ideas rather than working to rehash and one-up its previous successes.
NEW YORK, Oct. 26 (UPI) -- Patti LuPone is headed for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
The CW series confirmed as much Wednesday by retweeting news that the 67-year-old actress will join star Rachel Bloom in Season 2.
LuPone will guest star in Episode 10 as a "pivotal person" from Rebecca's (Bloom) past, according to E! News. The pair reconnect after Rebecca "returns to her hometown for a family celebration."
Pitch Perfect star Brittany Snow and Blood & Oil actor Scott Michael Foster also have guest spots in Season 2. Snow will appear in three episodes, while Foster will have a recurring role.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend follows Rebecca, a New York lawyer who leaves her high-powered firm to follow her first love (Vincent Rodriguez III) back to California. The series co-stars Santino Fontana, Donna Lynne Champlin and Gabrielle Ruiz.
The big picture for Season 2 is "change is hard," Bloom told Moviefone last week. "Changing your life is hard: Once you isolate what might make you happy, how do you actually put that into practice? And so that's something we're really exploring."
The challenge for the second season is to "make it still feel real, and to keep challenging ourselves and keep doing new stuff, especially with the musical numbers. Not touch on things we've done before," she added.
LuPone is known for starring in Broadway productions of Evita, Anything Goes and Sweeney Todd. She has also appeared on the series Life Goes On, American Horror Story: Coven and Penny Dreadful.