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Tag Archives: toy story 4
With the recent announcement of the release date for Star Wars: Episode VIII, it’s clear that Disney is going to own the box office during the summer of 2017. Why do I say that? Guardians of the Galaxy 2 recently … Continue reading
Well, this is unexpected. Pixar will be producing a new feature length visit to the world of Toy Story. Even better, John Lasseter, director of the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2, will return to direct this film. It’s … Continue reading
Recently some rumors (though some sources are calling it fact, but you can never tell with Pixar) came out stating that Finding Nemo 2 was being made under Andrew Stanton’s direction and that Toy Story 4 was in the works … Continue reading
There’s a 2 minute video over on the BBC website with John Lasseter, director of Pixar’s Cars 2 and studio animation chief, talking about the process of making an animated film. Nothing new there really, but interesting how he compares … Continue reading