Disney and Pixar have announced they a sequel to their 2003 hit Finding Nemo, will soon go into production for a release in 2015 – reuniting the cast of Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres in Finding Dory. (more..)
Pixar Animation Studios, best known for their CGI animated features such as Brave, Toy Story and the upcoming Monsters University, are also well known for their trademark short films that generally accompany the full-length films. Pixar continues this well-received tradition by preparing to release its new short film, The Blue Umbrella, premiering in theaters on June 21 in front of Monsters University. (more..)
Two hardcore fans have turned one of the finest films to come out of Pixar into an impressive live-action feature using only the officially licensed toys and action figures from 1995 blockbuster, Toy Story. Jonason Pauley and Jesse Perrotta spent approximately two years filming their stop-motion remake of Pixar’s first full-length computer animated feature film, complete with the official soundtrack and dialogue from the movie. (more..)
Pixar has released four new teaser trailers for their upcoming prequel – the studio’s first – for their previous smash film Monsters, Inc. The prequel, titled Monsters University, will follow the main characters of Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sully (James Goodman) as they first cross paths in college and begin to form the odd yet hilarious friendship that we saw in Monsters, Inc. (more..)
Disney has just released the second official “trailer” for Pixars’ upcoming Brave CGI movie. We put “trailer” in quotes as this really seems to be more of a clip from the film than anything else, but are we complaining? Absolutely not! (more..)
Pixar has released the first full-length trailer for their next animated feature, Brave, which gives us our first major glimpse at the film. The film will arrive along with three big firsts for the studio including it being their first “fairytale” motion picture, the first Pixar film to feature a female protagonist AND the studio’s first movie to be co-directed by a woman (Brenda Chapman). (more..)
Disney has unveiled a brand new image from the upcoming Pixar film Brave. Disney released a teaser trailer back in June which gave us our first real look at Pixar’s first fairytale film; one that look’s much darker in tone that many of their other films.
Disney/Pixar has released a new high-res image from their upcoming fairy-tale film, Brave. The image features the title character, Princess Merida, who we saw beautifully animated in the first official teaser trailer.