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The One-Sheet and release date for Disney’s John Carter was released today. Odd that the initials on the poster are clearly J C M as in John Carter of Mars, the name of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel this film … Continue reading
Ben Child asks a very intriguing question: Does the idea of Pixar – or rather, Pixar’s people – moving into live action appeal to you? And do you expect to see Stanton thrive in his new arena, or struggle to … Continue reading
The NY Times visits with WALL-E Director Andrew Stanton. In it Stanton denies that he created WALL-E as an allegory for our abuse of the planet. “I was writing this thing so long ago, how could I have known what’s … Continue reading
Lead Character Animator Agnus MacLane reveals what went into designing the robots WALL-E and EVE over on Variety. Good stuff. O-Meon reveals that Disney.com will be getting a WALL-E makeover beginning this Tuesday. Disney.com has over 25 million visitors a … Continue reading