Box Office Mojo reports that Fox have slotted in two new Blue Sky Studios films for release on 15th July, 2016 and 7th April, 2017 respectively. The 2016 film is called Anubis, and the 2017 one (which is being directed by Rio's Carlos Saldanha) is called Ferdinand.
Anubis - Kyle Ostrum points out - is as Egyptian as it sounds, based on the book The Anubis Tapestry: Between Twilights by Bruce Zick, and has been in the works at Blue Sky since 2008. Ferdinand is based on the Munro Leaf book The Story of Ferdinand, about a pacifist bull in bullfighting territory. The story has actually been previously adapted to animated film, with the 1938 Oscar-winning Disney short, Ferdinand the Bull (embedded below). Saldanha will presumably begin full time work on the film when he's wrapped next spring's Rio 2 - watch the teaser trailer for that film here.
In related news, Blue Sky's Fox stablemate, DreamWorks, have shunted some of their extensive upcoming release schedule around, moving B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations - which stars the voice of Seth Rogen - up from a 25th September, 2015 release to 5th June that year. That date was previously occupied by the studio's Trolls film, which will now open more than a year later, on 4th November, 2016.
In the meantime, Blue Sky's Epic opens a week yesterday (24th May), and DreamWorks' Turbo opens 17th July (US)/18th October (UK).