When you think of Pixar, odds are you think of fun, family-friendly kids’ fare filled with cute characters and wholesome stories. Odds are you do not think of profanity and classic grown-up cinema. Well, prepare to have your expectations turned on their ear in the most awesome way possible.
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Monsters University NEW Trailer (2013) – Pixar Movie HD
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Drinking Buddies Official Trailer #1 (2013) – Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick Movie HD
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While we live blogged the event, The Walt Disney Studios has shared more details and images from their upcoming animated titles that were presented at the D23 Expo today. You can check out the press release below and click on the images for bigger versions!
The Walt Disney Studios unveiled new details about its upcoming animation slate this morning at the D23 Expo, showcasing new imagery, signature music and behind-the-scenes… Continue reading D23 Expo: New Art From the Upcoming Disney, Pixar and Disneytoon Movies
Pixar: The first images from upcoming Pixar productions have been revealed. Pictured above, The Good Dinosaur, due out on May 30, 2014, revolves around the premise that dinosaurs never became extinct. Pictured below is another piece of concept art, this one for the Untitled Pixar Movie That Takes You Inside the Mind, which appears to do just that. It’s set for release on June… Continue reading Movie News: Concept Art from Upcoming Pixar Movies; TV Spots for 'Monsters University' and 'Beautiful Creatures'
Yesterday we heard the unconfirmed news that Andrew Stanton is heading back under the sea for a sequel to Finding Nemo. The report has been met with a mix of responses, but those who are disappointed have a lot more to talk about, because the director’s career path is being dictated by the poor outcome of John Carter, a box office disaster that does actually have… Continue reading The Conversation: Is Pixar Drowning Its Reputation with Too Many Sequels?