Tom Cruise as an adorable robot? Hey, weirder things have happened.
Star Trek and Pixar. Seems like a match made in space heaven right?
Take the the clean and contemporary style of Pixar and meld it with the classic stylings of DC and Marvel's best and brightest. The result?
Robert McGinnis might be a name you're not immediately aware of, but you've definitely seen his art. Posters for James Bond and Barberella are on his resume as are the covers to the many Hard Case Crime series of paperbacks.
Pixar wizards are packing the Brave video release with not one, but two animated shorts. With La Luna being the first, here's some cool shots from the bonus spin-off about a 15-foot, murderous black bear. Try not to feed him.
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.
It's Pixar season, boys and girls: As the animation powerhouse releases their latest, Brave, into theaters this weekend they're also gearing up for their next original movie—a prequel to their 2001 hit, Monsters, Inc. And here's a quartet of teasers that show how beasts rock the dorm life.
These days, we remember Toy Story 2 as one of the great animated film sequels of all time, and as proof that Pixar Animation Studios was more than just a CGI flash in the pan. Certain Pixar staffers who lived through the making of the flick remember it as the film they almost lost entirely because of a simple computer operation gone horribly wrong.
Image of the Day: Han Solo and Princess Leia, Pixar-style
Cars 2 notwithstanding, it's never a good idea to bet against Pixar. So, if anyone's gonna make a sort of inside-a-videogame romantic adventure like Wreck-It Ralph work, it's them. And here are a couple of beautiful pieces of art that show they're on the right track.