I was waiting for official word before commenting and now we have it. Bob Peterson has officially been removed from The Good Dinosaur. In an exclusive interview with the L.A. Times writer Rebecca Keegan, President Ed Catmull shared that a new director hasn’t been named, but Pete Sohn remains on the project as co-director and a group of the brain trust (Lasseter, Lee Unkrich and Mark Andrews) will help oversee the film. Continue reading
Check out the new trailer announcing the upcoming release of Monsters University on Blu-ray and DVD combo pack. Look for it on October 29th.
Cars is making the leap to 3D Blu-ray on October 29, 2013. The Ultimate Collector’s Edition will include 3D Blu-ray, 2D Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy. The same extras from the previous edition should be included. More details as we learn ‘em.
I’m a big fan of actress Judy Greer. She was super funny on Arrested Development was received huge accolades for her work in The Descendants.
She talked after D23 with MTV about her role in Bob Peterson’s The Good Dinosaur. Enjoy!
John Lasseter introduces Party Central
One of the biggest surprises on Friday was when John Lassester announced (and then showed all of us in attendance) a brand new Monsters University short entitled Party Central.
The last feature film discussed at the D23 was Andrew Stanton’s return to animation, Finding Dory. Lasseter introduced “one of his best friends” Stanton (and producer Lindsey Collins) to share just a bit about the sequel.
Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera with the Inside Out logo on the screen.
While I was super excited about all the Pixar news out of the D23 Expo, Pete Docter’s Inside Out, was #1 on my list and it did not disappoint.
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John Lasseter introduces The Good Dinosaur
John Lasseter officially kicked off the Animation presentation with a look at Bob Peterson’s The Good Dinosaur. On hand to share with the audience was co-director Pete Sohn (Partly Cloudly) and new producer (Denise Ream, who replaces John Walker, who left to work on Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland).
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We now have an official announcement for Monsters University on Blu-ray!
Literally hours before D23 will blow the lid of Bob Peterson’s The Good Dinosaur, Entertainment Weekly has the first look at new piece of concept art from Pixar’s next film.