In what appears to be an extended version of last week’s article from the Orlando Sentinel, Magical Mountain has a bit more on Disney’s new Glendale-based unit created for sequels to Pixar’s films. According to the article, a proposed script Toy Story 3 was “so good” that it is getting serious consideration for Toy Story 4. In fact, around 40 screenwriters have pitched sequel ideas for Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc. to Disney executives. Disney animation chief David Stainton declined to comment on the new studio’s plans, instead speaking on Disney’s core animation unit. Stainton comments, “The energy of the place has really improved.” Additionally, studio chief Dick Cook states, “Our momentum is back. There’s enthusiasm and commitment to regain our rightful place as the leader in animation.”