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Film: Monsters University is a sometimes funny, sometimes surprising prequel and very enjoyable film overall. Definitely my favorite Pixar film since Toy Story 3. Check out my lengthy review on the Pixar Podcast for more details. Image: This is a really … Continue reading
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.
Pixar director Pete Docter was at SIGGRAPH recently and discussed his new film, Inside Out (due out in 2015) with the Hollywood Reporter…
One of my favorite by-products of a Pixar film, is a new Art of Book to accompany it. This year, Chronicle Books delivers with The Art of Monsters University by Karen Paik.
Pixar Bytes returns with a few random tidbits that are worth your attention.
Happy Monday everyone! We’ve got a brand new Pixarian profile for you today courtesy of Ethan Dean. Let’s take a look at Jonas Rivera…
It’s official. Pete Docter’s next Pixar film will be called Inside Out. It joins the long line of short and sweet titled Pixar films. This news comes from Coming Soon and should be officially confirmed by Disney-Pixar shortly…
You probably don’t his name now, but soon you will. Writer Simon Rich (looking like a slightly older Harry Potter in the picture above) has been working on a film over at Pixar for more than a year.
Brave was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Animated Film at last night’s ceremony. A very happy Mark Andrews gave an elegant acceptance speech with producer Katherine Sarafian at his side. He thanked Brenda Chapman first, along with John Lasseter, … Continue reading