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Update: The Vimeo video is down, but it’s back up on youtube, which will no doubt go down shortly after I post this (*waves to Disney lawyers!*). Yes, it’s not the best quality video, but it was publicly released, so … Continue reading
Update: Found a videocam’d version of the tr2n trailer. Don’t know how long it will last. It’s fuzzy quality, but totally worth checking out. Oh my. I’m 3000 miles away from San Diego and I can still feel the excitement … Continue reading
Peter Sciretta from /film found that Disney had layered some advertising for the next film from Pixar, Up, into his hotel’s elevator. As little as we know about Up, it sounds absolutely fantastical and these images certainly re-inforce that feeling.
It must be San Diego Comic-Con because suddenly there’s plenty of news about Disney, Pixar, and Comics. Today BOOM! Studios and Disney Publishing Worldwide announced a partnership to move many of Pixar’s titles into the comic book format. Following on … Continue reading