Jim Hill Media returns to reporting on all things Disney today, with a story that’s doing the rounds saying that Disney is looking to launch a new satellite studio specifically to produce sequels to Pixar’s hit films. Though Disney Studio chairman Dick Cook recently said that work was “nowhere near starting” on any of these supposedly proposed films, it is thought that Toy Story 3 would be the first to go into production. Meanwhile, Hill also looks at what Disney’s flop opening for The Alamo will mean for Home On The Range‘s prospects and company chief Michael Eisner.