When Disney+ launches on November 12th, it will feature new Pixar content in the form of three series of shorts: Forky Asks a Question, Pixar IRL and Spark Shorts. Trailers for all three were released today.
Bolstered by franchise hits from Lucasfilm, Marvel and Pixar – along with solo hits from Disney and Walt Disney Animation Studios, The Walt Disney Studios will be the first studio to surpass the $7 billion mark in theatrical grosses some time today. Coming into today, the combined grosses from all Disney-owned studios sat at $6,988.3 […]
Here’s your chance to experience all things Disney! Fan-favorite events, including the Disney Legends Awards Ceremony, take center stage in new 7,500-seat “Hall D23” venue at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Pixar’s Inside Out goes inside the head of Riley – a young girl whose family moves from the Midwest when her father gets a new job in San Francisco – as we meet her emotions: Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). Pixar has released its first poster for […]
If you’re a history nerd, like many of the folks over at GeekScholars Movie News, you’re going to especially love this week’s podcast. To start, the hosts delve into the details regarding two very intriguing biopics in the works: Leonardo DiCaprio playing U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) tackling the life of […]
Two new videos for Pixar’s Monsters University take a look at life on campus – scary, and scary familiar. Follow the jump for the second video. Pixar’s Monsters University opens on June 21st.
Mike & Sully: The Early Days. ‘Nuff said!
It is just another evening commute until the rain starts to fall, and the city comes alive to the sound of dripping rain pipes, whistling awnings and gurgling gutters. And in the midst, two umbrellas—one blue, one not—fall eternally in love. The Blue Umbrella is the Pixar short that will precede Monsters University when it […]
Each Pixar film is released with an original short film and, with Blue Umbrella – paired with Monsters University, the tradition continues. Tagline: It is just another evening commute until the rain starts to fall, and the city comes alive to the sound of dripping rain pipes, whistling awnings and gurgling gutters. And in the […]
With its first ‘princess’ movie, Brave, Pixar recovers from the creative (though not financial) disaster that was Cars 2. The story of Merida, the tomboy teen at the heart of Brave, takes familiar princess tropes and spins them enough to feel fresh and fun. And, as always, the animation is stunning. Unfortunately, Pixar has stiffed […]
Finding Nemo is on the top five Pixar movies, which means it is already a bona fide classic in 2D. With this weekend’s re-release in 3D, it doesn’t really get all that much better because the 3D is only intermittently effective – though when it is, it’s really, really effective.