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We had to upgrade The Disney Blog this weekend and I’m still seeing some minor problems around. If you notice anything please let me know. Meanwhile, it’s time to close some open tabs in the latest trip Around The Hub. … Continue reading
Out in Los Angeles the ABC station is in danger of losing their broadcast towers to the wildfires out there. Smoke is a persistent smell across the county. So everybody out west please be safe and take care of yourselves, … Continue reading
Pixar artists Jim Capobianco and Alex Woo were recently interviewed by the marvelous Art Of The Title blog. That only makes sense when you know that the pair were responsible for the end title sequence of WALL-E which actually completes … Continue reading
Here’s a great home project from the Filth Wizardry blog where they built their own WALL-E from left over bits and trash they had in their house. A Recycled WALL-E. How perfect!
Creative Screenwriting Magazine has released an exclusive podcast interview with Pixar director Andrew Stanton. The interview is chock full of great material for its 70+ minute length. It covers Stanton’s youth to the future of Pixar, his views on WALL•E, … Continue reading