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Tag Archives: sequel
Two screen shots from the Toy Story short “Hawaiian Vacation” have been released. It looks like our favorite animated toys from Pixar are enjoying their time with their new owner Bonnie. The short will be attached to Cars 2 when … Continue reading
Editor: Please welcome back guest author Daniel Wanderman This morning I had a very unique opportunity at peeking behind the curtain, into the minds of a couple of Pixar’s finest: Toy Story 3 Director Lee Unkrich and Producer Darla K. … Continue reading
Whatever disease Pixar has, it is spreading across The Pacific Ocean to Japan. Studio Ghibli Animation Master Hayao Miyazaki has announced he is working on his first sequel. Porco Rosso: The Last Sortie will be a sequel to the 1992 … Continue reading
A few years ago John Lasseter swept into the Walt Disney Studios on the waves of the Pixar / Disney merger. Like Obama, Lasseter had a mandate. His mandate was to reform the culture of Walt Disney Feature Animation. Make … Continue reading