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Category Archives: pixar
He thrilled you with a monster-filled monstropolis, and took you on an adventurous balloon ride above the clouds, Academy Award-winning director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Up”) is back with “Inside Out,” where he will take us to the most extraordinary … Continue reading
This new fan-cut trailer for Pixar’s Up imagines what it would be like if Michael Bay directed. Let’s just say there would be a lot more explosions: Over 2 million views in less than a week! I’m pretty sure the … Continue reading
Pixar’s next animated short Lava will have it’s world premiere at Hiroshima International Animation Festival in Japan. Pixar released a new image from the animated short film in advance of the film festival. Woven together into a musical love story, … Continue reading
Pixar has released a teaser poster for LAVA, the animated short that will open with “Inside Out” next June 19. Disney describes the movie as a musical love story inspired by the isolated beauty of tropical islands and the explosive … Continue reading