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default Pixar Planes, Wreck It Ralph, Pixar Dinosaur Movie, Frankenweenie 2012

Planes, Wreck It Ralph, Pixar Dinosaur Movie, Frankenweenie! A whole lot of Disney and Pixar animation news came out of the D23 Expo, and Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph has the breakdown for you! There’s the Cars spinoff Planes with John Cryer, Wreck It Ralph with John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman, Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie, plus two new Pixar movies -… Continue reading Pixar Planes, Wreck It Ralph, Pixar Dinosaur Movie, Frankenweenie 2012

Steve Jobs and Pixar: By the Numbers

With the passing of Steve Jobs, many retrospectives will be written about his impact on the world of technology and communication. While those contributions are undeniable, the Apple founder also had an important and influential effect on the world of film. The global box-office power of Pixar films is largely indebted to Jobs, who bought the fledgling animation company back in 1986. What started as a small staff of less… Continue reading Steve Jobs and Pixar: By the Numbers











Disney is bringing out the big guns in California. D23, Disney’s annual showcase, is happening right now in Anaheim, and the company has no shortage of awesome news.

During the studio panel portion of the events, Pixar announced two new upcoming films. According to the animation company’s Twitter account, one reimagines the history of the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs. However, in the Disney version, the asteroid misses… Continue reading Disney Announces Two New Pixar Films, Tim Burton Shows Off 'Frankenweenie' at D23

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June 20, 2011

Disney and Pixar have set a release date of November 27, 2013 for a new project. The studio has not revealed what movie it is.

Next up for Pixar is Cars 2, which opens this Friday, followed by Brave on June 22, 2012 and Monsters University on June 21, 2013.

Walt Disney Pictures officially announced today at CinemaCon that their Monsters, Inc. follow-up will indeed be a prequel and will officially be titled Monsters University .

Featuring the characters that first appeared in the hit 2001 Pixar film, Monsters University will again cast the voice talents of John Goodman and Billy Crystal in the roles of Sully and Mike, presumably telling the tale of their first meeting and their scare-filled education… Continue reading CinemaCon: Pixar Attends Monsters University