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Tag Archives: Pixar
#CotD: The theatrically released short from Monsters, Inc. “Mike’s New Car” won an Academy Award for short film.
Disney-Pixar’s “Brave” extends its pioneering spirit to its world premiere on June 18, marking the grand opening of Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.
The red-carpet event is a special presentation for Film Independent’s 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival.
#CotD: Budgeted at an estimated $175 million, PIXAR’s “Up” made that all back in the first 23 minutes of it’s release. NOT.
PIXAR’s next release is nearly upon us, and we are getting a bit more artwork to support that release. Pixar just popped up with some new posters for Brave, and a little bit more of a look at the new characters that come with the story.
CotD: Released on the DVD of The Incredibles, “Jack-Jack Attack” is a great alternate slice of time from Brad Bird’s 2005 film.
The much-anticipated Disney-Pixar animated film “Brave” will receive a glittering European premiere on the closing night of the 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scottish First Minister First Minister Alex Salmond and festival artistic director Chris Fujiwara announced Tuesday.
CotD: CGI Animated films really got their first big boost 16 years ago with PIXAR’s release of “Toy Story”, their first computer animated feature.
CotD: Spun off from PIXAR’s Cars film, “Mater And The Ghostlight” brought secondary character Tow Mater into the (lime) light
CotD: The first PIXAR film with human characters, “The Incredibles” was a wonderful mix of James Bond and PIXAR
CotD: It all started with “Luxo Jr.” the first major short from PIXAR studios and the symbol of the studio ~
Mattel Inc.‘s second-quarter net income has jumped by 56%, thanks in part to toys based on Cars 2.
The largest United States toy maker said last Friday that sales of play sets and cars connected with Pixar-Disney’s latest film are selling even more than Toy Story 3 playthings did when they came out last year.