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Pixar’s summer release in 2016 will take audiences back into the water with everyone’s favorite forgetful fish. Finding Dory will reach theaters 13 years (!!) after 2003’s Finding Nemo introduced us to a nervous clown fish, his suffocated son, and the amnesic blue tang fish that helped them on their rescue mission.
Part of the reason why animated movies take so long to make is because they are brought through a process where stories are built up, then broken down, then built up again, and then broken down again. A side effect of this, of course, is that last minute changes do come up.
There are a lot of elements that make Pixar movies special, but certainly one of the most important is their timelessness.
If you’re a big fan of the animated features that come from Pixar, there’s a good chance you’re also a big fan of their smaller productions. Most of Pixar’s feature films come with animated short films as well. Get your first look at their next mini adventure
Last year's Pixar film, The Good Dinosaur, has the unflattering distinction of being the studio's biggest flop. But despite tepid reviews and box office numbers, it's apparently found an audience on home video.
The first trailer for Pixar’s new film Finding Dory showed us that the incredibly forgetful fish had finally remembered something. Now, we've begun to see a bit more about what she remembers.
It’s always sad when we lose a great talent in the movie industry. While Daniel Gerson was not exactly a household name, he was, nonetheless part of creating some of the most memorable animated films of recent years.
Sure, The Good Dinosaur was Pixar's biggest box office disappointment to date, but it's still a Pixar movie, which means it's gorgeous and includes all the usual Easter Eggs you expect to find, including this sneaky one.
Pixar’s big summer movie Inside Out was a huge success all the way across the board. It hit with audiences, critics, and the box office, but does all that acclaim mean Inside Out 2 is on the way? Here's what we know?
For those of you holding out a wild spark of hope that The Good Dinosaur would somehow pull out of its rather dismal slump, we've got some bad news for you. Really dismal news that you should still read, but prepare for some heartache.
At the end of Toy Story 3 it truly looked like the story of these toys was at an end. But the folks at Pixar thought there was more to be explored in the world of toys and so we begin preparations for Toy Story 4.
By this point we're all well aware of just how clever Pixar movies are. These emotionally engaging stories are full of intricate themes and crammed with references to other movies, a fact celebrated in this new compilation video.
Those damn geniuses at Pixar just know how to get to us. Unless you’re made of stone or have no soul, watching a Pixar movie has probably caused you to deal with some pretty emotional moments. It turns out that nobody is immune to this power.
Last summer, the world fell in love with Riley and her emotions in the Pixar film Inside Out. But what if Joy, Sadness, Anger and the rest of the “inside” crew were removed from the film entirely?
With its long history of success, it was only a matter of time before Pixar found itself encountering that rare but important beast: failure. Read on to see why The Good Dinosaur should be an important lesson for Pixar going forward.
The Incredibles 2 has signed up Michael Giacchino to score the sequel's score, something that he did rather sublimely with the original.
The Good Dinosaur's visuals have been roundly praised, even though the film itself has not. But is it worth spending the extra cents and dollars to do just that? There's only one way to find out: To 3D Or Not To 3D?
Most of the story in Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur follows its main character, Arlo (Raymond Ochoa), as he journeys back home with a dog-like human friend after being swept away in a river – but all of it operates on top of a larger theme about the importance of family.
Inside Out is a good movie. It’s actually a great movie. That needs to be said up front. The other thing that needs to be said is that just because the movie is great doesn’t mean we can’t still have some fun pointing out some of it’s minor, or major errors.
The clip made its exclusive debut on The Ellen Show, and with good reason. Ellen DeGeneres returns to voice the forgetfully funny fish, who’ll head back to theaters in June.