John Lasseter [left], Ed Catmull [right]On Thursday, February 8, Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter and president Ed Catmull unveiled plans for Walt Disney Feature Animation and Pixar, writes Variety. During Disney’s investor conference, it was revealed that Toy Story 2 co-director Lee Unkrich is helming Toy Story 3, using a screenplay from Michael Arndt, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Little Miss Sunshine. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen will reprise their roles as Woody and Buzz Lightyear for the sequel. It was also confirmed that veteran Disney story artist Chris Williams has taken over directorial duties on American Dog, which Lilo & Stitch creator Chris Sanders had been developing. As for Feature Animation, Catmull denied that the studio will release only traditionally animated projects, although he admitted that the medium is making a comeback at Disney.