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Tag Archives: pixar animation
When Disney’s Big Hero 6 opens on November 7th, it’s going to have some big competition from the latest Christopher Nolan film – Interstellar, which opens on the 5th. Pre-saging that encounter a little bit, video mashup artist Bobby Burns … Continue reading
If you haven’t yet seen Pixar’s Brave you definitely need to make an effort to get to a theater this weekend and take it in. It’s not just the story and characters who are compelling, but it’s the beautiful artistry … Continue reading
After reading a strange press release found by Big Screen Animation blog, I had to double-check the calendar to make sure it wasn’t already April Fools day. A Canadian oil company has renamed itself after Pixar Animation Studios, perhaps in … 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