Any animated sequel that doesn't begin with "Shrek" is good news, but a Miyazaki-made sequel to one of his own beloved classics? That's good enough news to make me temporarily lift my face from my palms! In an interview with Cut Magazine, animation superbrain Hayao Miyazaki revealed--if this awkward translation is to be believed--he plans on making a sequel to 1992's best anti-fascist swine aviator film, Porco Rosso. While the original film told the story of a pig pilot working as a freelance bounty hunter following World War I, the sequel would move the action ahead to the Spanish Civil War. Miyazaki offered up the title Porco Rosso: The Last Sortie, but who's to say Disney can't translate that into When Pigs Fly..., featuring the voice of Kevin James? No one, so they probably will.