(FROM HOLLYWOOD REPORTER) ? Disney announced on Tuesday (April 8) that all computer-animated features from Disney and Pixar will be released in digital 3-D starting this year with Bolt (set to release in November, featuring voice work by Miley Cyrus and John Travolta). The studio follows in the footsteps of DreamWorks Animation, which announced last summer that starting in 2009 it would be releasing all of its computer-animated titles in 3-D. Disney also announced its upcoming slate of films on Tuesday, including Pixar’s first 3-D feature, Up, set to debut in May 2009; Rapunzel, slated for December 2010; Toy Story 3, June 2010; The Bear and the Bow — featuring the voices of Reese Witherspoon, Billy Connolly, and Emma Thompson — slated for Christmas 2011; and Cars 2, set for release in 2012. (Hollywood Reporter)