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In October, we reported that Pixar’s animated feature “The Good Dinosaur” had been moving forward with a new director – Peter Sohn. Sohn even hand drew a little teaser video. After replacing the previous director, a not uncommon occurrence at … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios has been on a steady pace of releasing one animated feature a year since “Meet the Robinsons” in 2007. However, due to a quirk in the production schedule at Pixar, you’ll have to wait two years … Continue reading
Updated: 11/12 to add new film “Strange Magic” Get out your favorite box of candy and put on those 3D glasses, it’s time to preview the 2015 lineup of movies from Walt Disney Studios (and related companies). The list of … Continue reading
A movie titled “The Good Dinosaur” will fill a slot in the 2014 film slate for Pixar Studios. Little has been known about this film other than the fact that it involves dinosaurs and is being directed by ‘Up’ writer … Continue reading