If summer just isn’t summer for you without a new Pixar movie in theaters . . . well, 2014 might be kind of a rough go. Pixar and the Walt Disney Co. have just announced that “The Good Dinosaur,” originally scheduled for May of 2014, is moving to November 25, 2015 — the date that “Finding Dory,” the “Finding Nemo” sequel, was scheduled to open. “Finding Dory,” in turn, will move to 2016. The studio has consistently released a movie each summer since 2006; now, thanks to creative difficulties on “The Good Dinosaur” (director Bob Peterson was removed from the film over the summer), there will be no movie next year, and two in 2014. The other 2014 movie: “Inside Out,” which takes place inside the brain of a pre-teen girl named Riley, features different actors playing her many emotions — Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Fear (Bill Hader), Sadness (The Office‘s Phyliss Smith) and Joy (Amy Poehler) — and sounds like something I want to see right now.