|Finding Nemo: Director signs up for sequel|
The BBC Reports: Director Andrew Stanton has confirmed he will return to direct a sequel to hit animation Finding Nemo.
The announcement marks the latest in a long line of sequels for film studio Pixar, which was once renowned for its original stories.
2010's Toy Story 3 was followed by Cars 2, with a Monsters Inc sequel also scheduled for June next year.
Finding Nemo told the story of an overprotective clownfish, Marlin, whose son was captured by a diver.
Starring the voice talent of Albert Brooks as Marlin, and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres as his goofy, forgetful companion Dory, it made $867.8m (£555m) when it was released in 2003.