We went ahead and ranked every Pixar film from worst to best before we go and see Onward this weekend? How did we do? Agree or disagree?
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Ok so, the "final" trailer for Disney Pixar's Toy Story 4 just hit, and we're STILL NOT SURE how we feel about the film. Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that's Andy or Bonnie But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new[...]
For some, the Super Bowl is the biggest football game of the year, but for others, it's the best collection of film trailers and television commercials that we wait ALL YEAR FOR. It would appear one of the big trailer drops we'll be getting (and if you're not up to date with the expected trailers, check[...]
Director Lee Unkrich is leaving Pixar after 25 years with the company. When we say "leaving", we mean an amicable parting of ways, as Unkrich's post-Pixar
Disney Pixar's highly anticipated familial superhero film Incredibles 2 set a new record for success for an animated film at the box office, and we can't wait to have the film for home release. Here's what we'll be getting on the official release of Incredibles 2 on Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and digital (features may vary by retailer though): Digital Exclusives: *The[...]
We got a new Coco clip today, and the more we see form this film the more excited we get for it. We also got a new behind the scenes clip too!
Well, Pixar has a new film coming out that may give Up and Inside Out a run for their money in the tearjerker department.
Funko news pours out of everywhere all the time, and today it is about their line of Pops to support the upcoming Pixar film Cars 3. What is news about
Disney / Pixar today dropped the first official teaser trailer for next Summer's release of Cars 3, and it's definitely got a different vibe of any other Cars trailer that we've seen in the past. The guess would be that it's just setting up the basic idea of what might happen in the story, but then the actual film will handle it along the lines of the light-hearted fare we're used to in the series. For NASCAR fans, seeing the image of Lightning McQueen in an uncontrolled crashing roll would probably have the same impact as the opening sequence in Up! (emotions and tears). While Pixar has long been good at playing with the heartstrings, we're not sure if they're up to a film with this level of grit.