Brad Bird
Bird starts off his programming gig with "Singin' in the Rain" this weekend.
Bird will talk about essential films like "Singin' in the Rain" starting in May.
The new playback feature is being tested on Netflix's Android app and there is currently no plan announced to introduce it to a wider set of users.
On its 20th anniversary, the director looks back at the masterpiece that began as a protest of gun violence after the slaying of his sister.
The Pixar frontrunner delves into what it takes to create great animation, including leaping at voice actors and collecting expressions.
Bird directed one of the year's biggest sequels with "Incredibles 2," but he's still looking for more original studio efforts like Christopher Nolan's WWII survival drama.
From character animation to world building to effects to tailoring, Pixar displayed greater animated superpowers than it was able to achieve on "The Incredibles."
Pixar is staying mum on whether a new Super called Voyd is based on the "Personal Shopper" star, but the similarities are hard to deny.
As fast-talking multimillionaire Winston Deavor, Odenkirk's character initially seems like he's up to no good. Originally, that was the case.
With only six features to his name, Bird is one of the most distinctive animation voices working today.
Picking up where he left off 14 years ago, Bird took inspiration from Robert Towne and Steve Jobs in balancing the super with the mundane.
After a janky first act, Brad Bird finds the groove he's been looking for ever since "Ratatouille."
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