Though the studio just dropped Finding Dory and has a new Toy Story in development, Pixar isn’t exactly known for cranking out sequels. So, why don’t we already have Inside Out 2 and WALL-E: Back to Earth in development?
As far as mashups go, this one isn't particularly sophisticated. But the idea of mating the most pivotal scenes in both Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's Oscar winner and Pixar's robotic romance is rather inspired. (NSFW, due to audio F-bombs. Those at work, get your headphones or earbuds 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.
Apple just keeps innovating. Last fall they released the personal assistant application known as Siri, and everyone's iPhones started answering questions and reading text messages out loud and giving directions. Now Siri's taken another step forward into the realm of film criticism.
Ever since he first rolled into our lives back in 2008, we've loved WALL-E, the lovable trash compactor robot at the heart of the Pixar film of the same name. He's cute, he's loving, he's brave and he's just plain neat. Too bad he's only a cartoon, right? Well, not anymore.
Science fiction teems with harrowing dystopic visions of a tomorrow far worse than today for any number of reasons: Viral outbreak, world war, alien invasion, zombies. And in honor of Green Week, here are some of the most inhospitable, which remind us of the necessity of being green ... and knowing how to field-strip a Colt. 45.
Vintage video games are always fun, and sometimes they're more fun when the graphics are astonishingly bad. In that spirit, Penney Design has taken the concepts behind several modern sci-fi blockbusters and reimagined them as Cartridge Video System (CVS) adaptations from the '70s and '80s.