If you want to see how the proverbial Pixarian sausage is made, you’ll have your chance with a new tumblr blog from Pixar director Lee Unkrich. The Toy Story 3 director recently tweeted about a big meeting and then announced a new endeavor, the start… Read More »Pixar Director Using Tumblr to Chronicle New Production
Cars 2: The Video Game for the Xbox, PS3, Wii, DS, and PC/Mac was just released. Players enter an international game of espionage as they compete to become the fastest racecar in the world. The game takes its plot from the Disney-Pixar film Cars 2,… Read More »Disney-Pixar Cars 2: The Video Game Hits Stores Today
Check it out! After having not heard much about the sequel to Pixar’s Cars, I have to say I’m pleasantly surprised with what they’ve created for Cars 2. How about you?
July 9th was the 10th Annual Pixar Motarama. Its a giant car show right on the Pixar Studios lot where employees invite in some amazing cars, show off their own special vehicles, and share their love of the automobile with each other. This video features… Read More »Pixar Motorama 2010 Edition
Originally uploaded by jon sarriugarte Every year Pixar Studios invites friends and family to come to the studio and show off their rare and collectible vehicles at the Motorama. Turns out many of the company’s employees (including John Lasseter) share a love of cars. This… Read More »Pixar Motorama
With May 29th right around the corner, it’s time to turn up the dial on news from the next film from Pixar Studios – UP. The official website for UP has just been greatly expanded. There are games, “UPisodes”, TV spots, trailers, image galleries, and… Read More »UP from Pixar – now with fully operation website
Disney/Pixar has released the second trailer for the May 29 2009 movie “Up”. It’s available at Apple.com’s trailer site and here. It’s so hard to tell much about how good the movie will be from trailers like this. But you can tell that the rich… Read More »Pixar releases second trailer for “Up”
One of the benefits of living in Burbank I loved was that I was often able to sneak in on a film screening where the studio involved wants to test the current version of the film with a live audience. Apparently this happens wherever Larry… Read More »Report from an early screening of Pixar’s “Up”