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    Immersed in Movies: D23 Touts Disney DNA

    The big takeaway at Friday's D23 Expo presentation of Disney and Pixar animation was that hand-drawn is still very much a part of the evolving aesthetic.

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    D23 Reviews: 'Monsters' Short 'Party Central' & Rediscovered Mickey Mouse Cartoon 'Get A Horse!'

    As part of the lavish, seemingly endless presentation today on Walt Disney Animation at D23, we were treated to two brand new short film screenings: the North American premiere of the rediscovered, almost lost Mickey Mouse classic "Get A Horse!" (which had its lavish world premiere recently at Annec...

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    'Blackfish' Inspires Pixar to Change Course in 'Finding Dory'

    Gabriela Cowperthwaite's SeaWorld-searing documentary "Blackfish" has inspired Pixar to change "Finding Dory," its upcoming "Finding Nemo sequel," the New York Times reported today.

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    Pixar Unveil Voice Casts For 'The Good Dinosaur,' 'Inside Out' & 'Finding Dory'; Full D23 Details Announced

    The last few years have been a dark time for Pixar. Their once untouchable reputation—"Toy Story 3" was both a Best Picture nominee and a billion-dollar grosser—has taken increasing knocks over the last few years, with an original film that (unfairly, we'd suggest) got middling reviews, and a pair o...

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    How Documentary 'Blackfish' Has Made Some Ripples in Pixar's 'Finding Nemo' Sequel

    Gabriela Cowperthwaite's documentary "Blackfish," which exposes the unsafe and even deadly practices of orca whale captivity at SeaWorld, is making more than a few ripples. Per the NY Times, due to the doc's damning accounts of the famous marine park, Pixar has been prompted to rewrite part of its "...

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    Pete Docter Talks About His "Challenging" New Pixar Film 'Inside Out'

    Yesterday, while at the computer graphics convention Siggraph, where early Pixar short films dazzled attendees ("Andre and Wally B" premiered at the convention way back in 1987), the Hollywood Reporter stopped and asked Pixar titan Pete Docter about his next feature for the studio—2015's "Inside Out...

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    Watch: New ‘Planes’ Clips Features John Cleese & Mexican Stereotypes

    August’s animated feature “Planes” is kind of an odd duck. The world of “Planes” was introduced in a "Cars"-based Pixar short film called “Air Mater,” which literally ends with lovable tow truck Tow Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) looking into the camera and saying something like “Boy, someone should ma...

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    Watch: Want To Work At Pixar? 'Monsters University' Director & Producer Dan Scanlon & Kori Rae Share Some Tips

    There are Hollywood dream jobs and then there is working at Pixar. Granted, we've spent some time recently picking on them a bit with these features -- The 5 Worst Things About Pixar and From Worst To Best: Ranking The Pixar Movies -- but we'd wager there are probably few places in Hollywood where y...

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    'Monsters University' and 'The Heat' Battle for Top Spot at Lagging Summer Box Office

    The release calendar is crowded, and Friday's numbers show that the intense competition for the top films is not expanding the marketplace. The end result is not the box office bonanza many have been predicting. In fact, the total numbers for the top 10 yesterday fell just under 20% from the same Fr...

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    Will It Bring The Glory Days Back? Pixar Promises Less Sequels & One Original Movie Per Year Going Forward

    Has Pixar hit a slump? Well, maybe not financially, as "Monsters University" was the second biggest opening in the studio's history, hauling in $82 million last weekend. But at least in the perception of people, well, like us -- Pixar has wavered from the path that made them who they are. The past f...

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