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Tag Archives: Animation
It seems hard to believe, but we’re still one year away from enjoying the next animated feature from Pixar. It’s called “Inside Out. The movie will focus on five emotions competing for control in the mind of a young 11-year … Continue reading
It’s World Cup time and Baymax, the lovable robot from Disney’s upcoming animated feature, is trying to get into the soccer spirit: Watch the movie November 7th 2014 and see if it ever does catch that soccer ball.
Walt Disney Studios recently held a very successful sneak peek of “Maleficent” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and DCA, so they want to try it again with their expected summer blockbuster – Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The only problem is … Continue reading
Disney’s next animated feature draws inspiration from a Marvel comic book — “Big Hero 6.” Set in a futuristic San Fransokyo, the movie features a robotic prodigy named Hiro Hamada and his companion robot named Baymax. We did get to … Continue reading