Here's the first official look at Pixar's new dinosaur movie and more

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We're super excited for anything from Pixar's new dinosaur flick The Good Dinosaur, even if it's just a single piece of concept art. So today's a good day, given that the first piece of concept art was released, alongside a collection of stills from the rest of Pixar's future slate including Monsters University, an untitled feature that takes you inside the brain, and more.

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First up, art from Pete Docter's untitled project that takes you inside the human mind. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters on June 19th, 2015, although that's all we really know about it.

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Here's a quick look at Pixar's Dia de los Muertos inspired movie, set for 2016. Director Lee Unkrich is behind it.

Illustration for article titled Heres the first official look at Pixars new dinosaur movie and more

Next is another sketch from the Monster's University campus.

Illustration for article titled Heres the first official look at Pixars new dinosaur movie and more
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And finally, here's a look at The Good Dinosaur, heading to theaters on May 30, 2014. The premise is simple: "What if the cataclysmic asteroid that forever changed life on Earth actually missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct?" What if, indeed.

[via ComingSoon]

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"What if the cataclysmic asteroid that forever changed life on Earth actually missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct?"

If the asteroid had not hit, many of the megafauna of the planet would still have gone extinct from volcanoes, sea level change, and climate change.

If giant dinosaurs had not become extinct at the end-Cretaceous, the long-term climate change of the Cenozoic would have drastically reduced the parts of the world they could inhabit. Much as crocs used to live in polar regions but now are restricted to the tropics, large dinosaurs would be dramatically reduced in what parts of the world they could inhabit.