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Category Archives: pixar
“World of Color—Winter Dreams,” the holiday version of Disney’s spectacular nighttime show “World of Color,” has arrived in Disney California Adventure Park and will be showing until January 6th, so there’s still time to get out there and see it. … Continue reading
The general consensus around Monsters University was that it was a solid effort from Pixar, which still places it above the vast majority of animated features. I certainly enjoyed it in the theater, and again when watching the DVD at … Continue reading
Over the weekend the US Women’s National Soccer Team visited Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, CA. The team was in town to play a friendly match versus New Zealand at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. While on campus, they spent … Continue reading
Pixar’s first foray into a television special premieres tonight with Toy Story of Terror! The gang is back, along with some new friends, as they explore the tropes associated with classic horror films. Light-heartedly, of course. “What I’m looking forward … Continue reading