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Filmmaker Don Scanlon has been roped in by Disney to direct their upcoming untitled Pixar project set in a suburban fantasy world. Scanlon, who helmed Pixar's "Monsters University," joined Pixar CCO John Lasseter at the ongoing D23 Expo to share a few details about an all-new original feature film currently in production. "We love taking audiences to new worlds they've never seen before," Lassester said. A screen saying "The untitled Pixar film that takes you to a suburban fantasy world" promptly appeared behind him. The project will follow two characters who must go on a quest to track down their lost father, a man they known nothing about. "This movie is a mixture of the fantastic and everyday," Scanlon added.
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