With all the Comic-con buzz having died down recently, all eyes are now on the next major event - the D23 Expo. Kicking off in Anaheim today, the event will have its arms open to everything Disney, including three little films that have just gotten some little teaser posters.

Ahead of D23 Expo's big Walt Disney Animation and Pixar Animation presentation later today, the show floor has opened and the talk of the town is the promotional, logo teaser posters that Pixar have on display. As we know, they have The Good Dinosaur opening in November and Finding Dory set for next year. However, the studio also have Toy Story 4, Cars 3 and the Incredibles 2 all in their slate too.

With those films, however, we've only heard occasional, industry murmurs and rumours and nothing official from the studio, other than the fact that we will be seeing them sometime in the next few years - Toy Story 4 is the only film that has an actual release date: June 16th, 2017. But, with the posters on display, we can only expect that we'll be getting some sort of new information - however little it may be - from the Pixar presentation later today, regarding the 3 projects; possibly like release dates for Cars 3 or The Incredibles 2 or casting details even? Whatever the case may be, stay tuned here as we'll bring you all the latest.

It was also revealed, at D23, that the plot of Toy Story 4 will follow a love story between Woody and Bo-Peep. John Lasseter will direct and Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are confirmed to return. Brad Bird will direct The Incredibles 2.

You can find shots of the posters below, taken from the D23 showfloor. When official, hi-res versions of the one-sheets become available, we'll update the ones below:

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