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Lee Unkrich announces retirement from Pixar Animation

It’s the end of an era at Pixar Animation Studios. After 25 years of working on some of the most beloved animated features ever created, animator and director Lee Unkrich is leaving Pixar. Unkrich announced his departure with a tweet and an interview with The… Read More »Lee Unkrich announces retirement from Pixar Animation

Preview clip from Pixar’s Coco – Anything to declare

Pixar’s next animated feature “Coco” showcases the importance of family, honoring your ancestors, and following your dreams and the difficulty of making all those efforts align. It follows young Miguel as he travels through the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead to find his… Read More »Preview clip from Pixar’s Coco – Anything to declare

Poster for Pixar’s Coco released

The next film from Pixar is an original story called “Coco.” It follows a young musician Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) who teams up with charming trickster Hector (voice of Gael García Bernal) on an extraordinary journey through the Land of the Dead. “Coco”… Read More »Poster for Pixar’s Coco released

First image from Pixar’s Coco

Coco is the much anticipated next original film from the animation masters at Pixar Animation Studios. The movie tells the story of Miguel who dreams of becoming a celebrated musician like the accomplished Ernesto de la Cruz (voice of Benjamin Bratt). But when he picks… Read More »First image from Pixar’s Coco

Coco officially announced as Pixar’s 2017 film

Fans of Pixar’s animated features received a treat at D23 Expo, when producer Darla K. Anderson (L) and director Lee Unkrich officially announced the name of the Dia de los Muertos movie, “Coco.” Attendees were treated to the official title card, some details about the… Read More »Coco officially announced as Pixar’s 2017 film

The First Pixar Musical?

Very exciting, possibly upsetting, news for all Pixar fans. In a recent interview with Randy Newman, the man behind Pixar songs such as “You’ve Got a Friend in Me”, he may have hinted at an upcoming Pixar musical. The film in question is the untitled… Read More »The First Pixar Musical?