If you paid attention to the Academy Award nominations that came out yesterday, you'll have noticed two things in the Best Animated Feature race that were absent: Pixar's traditional nomination and Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson's The Adventures of Tintin. In their place were two movies you've likely never heard of. Until now.
We can all agree that Pixar's The Incredibles is easily one of the best superhero movies ever made, right? It's been a while since its 2004 release: Why hasn't there been a sequel? While promoting his Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, director Brad Bird revealed the secret truth.
Disney's John Carter promises to pit its Civil War-era Earthling against all sorts of alien threats on the surface of Mars, but one of the largest is sure to be this massive pseudo-simian—and director Andrew Stanton explains why they had to divert from the original book to make this ape full of blind rage.
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Hey, kids! Do you like your heroes Bruce Campbell-jawed and Nathan Fillion-pulpy? Do you like your villains Hitlerifically evil? Do you like your women, er, buoyant? Then Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher is right up your Allied alley.
Everyone's favorite animation studio may have a full slate ahead with the fantasy film Brave and Monsters University (sequel to Monsters, Inc.) on...
The house that John Lassiter (and Steve Jobs) built is celebrating its 25th birthday this year and an online art gallery has been fielding stellar contributions featuring some terrific interpretations of Pixar's cast of characters.
A young Brazilian filmmaker spent 11 days watching Pixar's assorted films, painstakingly selecting the more than 500 clips that make up this touching ode to the house that Toy Story built.
If the U.S. Postal Service didn't sway you to stop tweeting and start writing letters with its stamps of Rod Serling or The Simpsons, well, they're not giving up on you yet.
Hold onto your Identity Discs, those psyched for the upcoming sequel Tron: Legacy. Pixar, the company known for giving soul to inanimate objects like the lamp Luxo Jr. and the unicycle Red (to say nothing of the robot WALL-E) are reportedly being called in by Disney to give some soul (specifically in the form of "character, emotion, and theme") to the House of Mouse's tentpole movie of this holiday season.