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If you live near London, you could be in luck. Are you interested in seeing a Pixar Pajama Party on the big screen?
Galyn Susman joined Pixar in late 1990 and has worked on such features as Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc. and Ratatouille. More recently, she’s been producing shorts for Pixar including Burn-E, Dug’s Special Mission … Continue reading
In celebration of Toy Story 3, Total Film selects their 30 Best Pixar Voiceover Performances. Every film is represented, but Finding Nemo and the Toy Story Trilogy have the most actors honored. It’s an eclectic mix of big stars, character … Continue reading
In my attempt to continue to expand the Pixarian universe and include more of the very talented women of Pixar, we have two new additions for you today. If you’ve been following my twitter feed, we first announced these new … Continue reading
The Spring 2010 issue of D23 Magazine celebrates Disney’s 70 years of Movie & Magic, but there’s also quite a bit of Pixar tidbits too. First up is a poll conducted by the magazine. They asked D23 charter members many … Continue reading
Jeff Pidgeon has been with Pixar since the early days. He has been an integral part of the story team on the feature films Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., WALL-E and Toy Story 3. His … Continue reading
I was curious why director Pete Docter chose the 1.85:1 for both of his films (Monsters, Inc. and Up) as opposed to the 2.35:1 framing used in in The Incredibles, Ratatouille and WALL-E and some of the other more recent … Continue reading
As part of a new agreement with Walt Disney Home Entertainment, six Pixar films are now available to buy digitally through the Playstation Network (including Up and Monsters, Inc.). They will be available in both Standard Definition ($14.99) and High … Continue reading
We’ve added our first (of many) profiles of women Pixarians to the site. Producer Darla K. Anderson has been with Pixar since the early days. She has been a key part of the “brain trust” and his earned many accolades … Continue reading
A very interesting list from the folks over at Time Out London. Some big surprises (Robin Hood at #10!) and curious omissions (Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo?!). Director Terry Gilliam comments on a few titles as well. … Continue reading