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We're getting another Up movie, but it's not exactly what you think. While the beloved Pixar film seemed too emotional to be true, there’s a famous house in Seattle that shared a similar story, and it’s that house that’s getting made into a movie next.
There’s a natural friction between employers and employees when it comes to wages. Most companies want to pay less. Most people want to make more. It’s a healthy tension that works to slowly push wages up, at least if the better employees have the option of moving to rival companies.
Finding Dory isn't just going to be nautical fun and frolics with Nemo, Marlin and everyones favorite blue tang. Nope, there's going to be a lesson in there too. Brilliant.
We don't know a ton about Toy Story 4 yet, but we just learned that when the beloved animated series returns to movie theaters, it will bring at least one favorite supporting player along for the ride.
For those of us who grew up with Pixar, we attribute many of the early lessons we learned about life – be it friendship, love, or family – to the morals imbued in their animated features. New details have emerged about Pixar’s new movie, and they seem primed to continue that tradition.
2015 is the greatest year that has ever happened because it’s the first year that will include two Pixar feature films. After the awesomeness that was Inside Out we’re even more excited for The Good Dinosaur this fall.
A brand new short film titled Riley’s First Date?, is going to be included with the Blu-ray and DVD release of Inside Out. This means that most people won’t get their chance to see it until November, but that group doesn’t include attendees at the animation presentation at the D23 Expo this afternoon.
This summer, Pixar proved once again that they really know how to make an audience cry. Inside Out is an absolutely wonderful and emotional piece of work, and on multiple occasions invites movie-goers to just start bawling. Judging by the footage we saw earlier today, Peter Sohn’s The Good Dinosaur may wind up having a similar effect when it comes out later this year.
Pixar has released a number of incredibly successful movies over the years, but few rival the power of Andrew Stanton's Finding Nemo. It was inevitable that they would eventually be getting around to a sequel, and now they finally are with 2016’s Finding Dory. This is old news, but what’s new is that today I got to see a selection of scenes from the upcoming blockbuster.
Some interesting details are finally emerging about the anticipated Toy Story followup. After learning that Toy Story 4 would involve a love story between the beloved cowboy toy Woody, it now sounds as though an adventure is in story for Woody and his trusted space ranger pal.
We haven't heard too much about Pixar's upcoming Finding Dory, but the animation studio just revealed a crazy collection of new characters who will figure into the story of Ellen DeGeneres' daft but sweet amnesiac fish.
John Lasseter is down to direct Toy Story 4, though it won’t be in theaters until June 16, 2017. For true love between the toys, we’re willing to wait!
With the critical and financial success of Pixar's latest venture, it was a given that we'd be seeing more from the characters of Inside Out, but as it turns out, we'll get to hang out with Joy and the rest of the emotions sooner than we thought.
Pixar has as much history in making people cry as Disney does, but this latest sob fest takes the cake. Read on, and remember our dear friend well.
Pixar has created some of the most popular, beloved animated features in recent memories, but that doesn't mean some don't find fault with these films, and a new video takes The Incredibles to task.
2014 was the worst year ever. Why? Because it had no Pixar movie. That, however, has gone on to make 2015 the best year ever, with two Pixar movies, and we finally have a real look at The Good Dinosaur.
Besides providing colorful personalities, the emotions of Pixar’s Inside Out have proven to be surprisingly poignant depictions of the human psyche. For Amy Poehler, the dynamic has actually become an inspiration to the array of emotions incited by life.
Pixar’s Inside Out introduced us to Riley, a young girl forced to uproot her life and move to the dreary, less colorful San Francisco with her mom and dad. Critics and audiences responded extremely well to the latest from the animation giant, but according to one parody, all of her problems are not really problems.
In typical Pixar fashion, Inside Out showcases the pastel-colored veneer of bright-eyed optimism to cover some seriously sad, often dark themes. However, according to one cast member, one scene, in particular had to be altered because it was too bleakly melancholic and bitter for even Pixar!
Despite Pixar’s rather unconventional approach to its new feature, Inside Out, there are a number of things that cement its place in the studio’s colorful continuity. Notable among those features: Chinese takeout containers.