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A new trio of Cars Toons Shorty Shorts have been released by Pixar. Directed by Jeremy Lasky and produced by Mary Alice Drumm, each one features a different Cars character and offers a quick and fun peek into the world … Continue reading
What? You didn’t expect Disneyland not to try and capitalize on the billion dollar re-envisioning to its second gate. Here’s a new ad, named ‘Top Secret’, for Cars Land. With all that neon, Cars Land will certainly look incredible at … Continue reading
If you’re a fan of cars or the Pixar movies about cars, conveniently named ‘Cars’, then you’ll want to make your way to a a one-of-a-kind exhibit at Los Angeles’ iconic Petersen Automotive Museum. Beginning November 12, 2011 the museum … Continue reading
In a move that is sure to bolster the United States Post Office’s failing bottom line, the chief creative officer of Walt Disney Studios and Pixar Animation Studios, John Lasseter, and deputy postmaster general, Ronald Stroman, unveiled the USPS Send … Continue reading