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    5 Things That 'Finding Dory' Means To Disney And Pixar

    Today the official title of Disney/Pixar's "Finding Nemo" sequel was unveiled, along with select plot details and a confirmation that at least one big time cast member (Ellen DeGeneres) is set to return (Albert Brooks will be back too). Andrew Stanton's "Finding Dory" will hit cinemas in the fall of...

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    Pixar announces Nemo sequel "Finding Dory"

    Pixar revealed that the sequel to Finding Nemo will be called Finding Dory - via an announcement on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today.

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    Watch: Three New 'Cars' Toons; Plus Is A Creepy Robotic Johnny Depp Headed To Another Disney Attraction?

    While the "Cars" franchise is seen by film fans as a blight on the mostly peerless Pixar record, a strictly-for-kids giggle-fest that contains little of the emotional nuance or visual invention that defines the studio's best work, it still, for better or worse, remains a perennial cash cow. Between ...

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    Disney CEO Bob Iger Says There Are No Current Plans For Hand Drawn Animation – But What Does He Really Mean?

    At a Disney shareholder’s meeting on Wednesday, CEO Bob Iger said that none of Disney’s companies are planning to develop a hand-drawn feature animated film for the big screen in the foreseeable future. This story was picked up by /Film and Collider as effectively ringing the bell of traditional ani...

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    'Roger Rabbit' Author Gary K. Wolf Proposes Mickey Mouse/Roger Rabbit Pic 'The Stooge' – But How Close Is It Really?

    On Tuesday, news originated from the site of Gary K. Wolf, the novelist whose book "Who Censored Rogert Rabbit?" was very, very loosely adapted into the hit 1988 movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?," that a proposal was coming to Disney for an animated feature that would star Roger Rabbit and Mickey Mou...

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    Watch: First 'Monsters University' Trailer & Preview Reveals New Characters, Plot Details, Footage

    Are you ready for more Mike and Sully? A special behind-the-scenes preview and a brand new trailer for Pixar's "Monsters University" offers up a treasure trove of new details – additional plot information, character designs, and footage – that make us inch towards genuine excitement about this monst...

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    Exclusive: Jon Brion Scores Pixar's 'The Blue Umbrella' Short

    While we first mentioned back in the summer of 2012 that producer and composer Jon Brion would be scoring what was then "the untitled umbrella short" for Pixar (to play ahead of this summer's "Monsters University"), it was never confirmed by the studio… until now. The short, now entitled "The Blue U...

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    Cross Post: Reel Girl's Gallery of Girls Gone Missing From Children's Movies in 2013

    In 2012, I waited until the last possible minute. It wasn’t until December that I posted Reel Girl’s Gallery of Girls Gone Missing from Children’s Movies in 2012. Even though in the age of the internet, the facts were impossible to miss, I kept hoping that, somehow, I’d overl...

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    Brad Bird Unveils Unreleased ‘The Incredibles’ Poster By Celebrated Artist Robert McGinnis

    Apparently unprompted, Brad Bird has tweeted the image of an unreleased “The Incredibles” poster hand-painted by celebrated artist Robert McGinnis, who created the original iconic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” poster as well as many controversial posters for the James Bond f...

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    Immersed in Movies: Revisiting 'Brave' with Director Mark Andrews

    Pixar isn't used to playing the dark horse, but that's where the animation powerhouse currently finds itself in this year's Oscar race with "Brave." But last night the Scottish mother/daughter adventure/comedy won the Golden Globe and seized some momentum over its two Disney rivals, "Frankenweenie" ...

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