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Like Pixar’s Toy Story 2, it started out as a direct to video movie, but unlike other films in the Cars universe, this one is animated by Disneytoon Studios. They’ve done a great job with the Tinkerbell movies, so I … Continue reading
While the first trailer for Planes was largely a take on Top Gun, this new trailer firmly places the film in the land of Pixar’s Cars. What’s nice to see is that the animation holds up the Pixar standards. All … Continue reading
A new extended clip from Disney’s Planes has just been released: From above the world of Pixar’s “Cars” comes “Disney’s Planes,” an action-packed 3D animated comedy adventure featuring Dusty (voice of Dane Cook), a plane with dreams of competing as … Continue reading
Originally set to be released as a direct to video ‘in the world of’ sequel, Planes was elevated to a full theatrical release after Disney saw the potential of the story and the quality of the animation (and don’t forget … Continue reading