Back during the D23 Expo, aka the Disney convention, Disney announced it would be dedicating a part of Disneyland to Pixar by creating an area called Pixar Pier. Now Disney has released a few more details about the upcoming attractions.
Young Miguel is an aspiring guitarist with a problem: His family claims music is a curse. Soon he has another problem: He’s been swept up into the Land of the Dead. And if he doesn’t return soon, he’ll be trapped there forever.
This animator’s talent at turning Star Wars into a Cars-alike is no joke.
Movies based on videogames tend to be action-y gorefests or even action-y actionfests—which is fine if you play games for adrenaline. But many games that I adore, like the Uncharted, LEGO, and Sam & Max series’, as well as my all-time favorite games, Knights of the Old Republic 1 & 2, have also made me laugh. Sadly, very few videogame-based movies have managed to capture the humor that I love. The upcoming Ratchet & Clank movie, however, looks like it could be the videogame-based movie that I’ve always wanted: the action-y laughfest.
Andrew Stanton, who had directed the successful-in-all-ways-except-financial John Carter, is going back to the drawing board, literally. His next directorial project will be the sequel to one of his previous animated successes Finding Nemo, currently titled Finding Nemo 2. But is this a step forward or a step back for Stanton?
When the trailer for Brave, the upcoming Pixar movie, arrived in November, it had me at Billy Connolly. Never mind the charm, wit, and general wonderfulness that goes hand-in-hand with Pixar movies. Billy. Connolly.