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Tag Archives: pixar studios
Conceived as it’s first foray into Fairy Tales, Pixar’s next release is set in the rugged and mysterious Highlands of Scotland and features a female protagonist (also a first for Pixar). “Brave” is the grand adventure of Merida (voice of … Continue reading
Congratulations to the Disney and Pixar Oscar Winners: Toy Story 3 for Best Animated Feature. Lee Unkrich Toy Story 3 for Best Original Song. “We Belong Together” Music and Lyric by Randy Newman Alice in Wonderland for Best Art Direction. … Continue reading
“Day & Night” is the short that will show in front of “Toy Story 3″ when it opens on June 18th. Here’s a video that looks behind the scenes at the making of “Day & Night” at Pixar.
Originally uploaded by jon sarriugarte Every year Pixar Studios invites friends and family to come to the studio and show off their rare and collectible vehicles at the Motorama. Turns out many of the company’s employees (including John Lasseter) share … Continue reading