According to Dow Jones Newswire, Warner Brothers may be the most natural fit for Pixar “based on their domestic and international film-distribution strengths”. If a Time Warner/Pixar deal occurs, the Dow Jones analyst thinks the “giant entertainment company might try to strike a deal with Disney to buy the two movies left under the deal… Time Warner has the cash to pull it off after reducing their debt by about $ 20 million last year… Time Warner might also try to negotiate for the sequel and other rights that Disney holds to the films”.