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Disney Releases New Looks at "Monsters University" and "Frozen"

by Ed Liuon December 14, 2012
Walt Disney Feature Animation and Pixar Animation Studios have released new looks at the upcoming animated features Monsters University and Frozen. Entertainment Weekly has posted a first-look at Monsters University, with several newly released stills of Mike and Sulley in college, along with new comments from director Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae. Monsters University […]
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Review: "Finding Nemo" Blu-Ray: Mission Accomplished

by Weathermanon December 14, 2012
If you don’t know what Finding Nemo is, what are you doing at an animation website? It’s only one of the most popular animated movies of all time, responsible for every “Hey, it’s Nemo! Look, Dorys! Hey Mom! Hey Mom! It’s Dory!” at every aquarium on earth for the last decade. It’s also the movie […]

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2013 Golden Globe Nominees Announced

by Ed Liuon December 13, 2012
The nominees for the 2013 Golden Globe Awards have been announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The only category with an animated feature in contention is the Best Animated Feature Film award, with the nominees being: Brave (Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios; Walt Disney Pictures) Frankenweenie 
(Walt Disney Pictures; Walt Disney Pictures) Hotel […]
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Review: "Brave" Blu-ray: Not Top Tier Pixar

by Dr. Daedaluson November 16, 2012
It was only a matter of time. Pixar had been on a hot streak for well over a decade, and for me personally, that streak (sadly) ended with the admittedly well-directed and action-packed, but soulless and suspension-of-disbelief stretching Cars 2. Now we have Brave, which is an improvement over Cars 2, but doesn’t reach the […]

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Review: "Pixar Short Films Collection Vol. 2" - More Little Gifts from Planet Pixar

by Ed Liuon November 14, 2012
Way back in 2007, when I reviewed the Pixar Short Films Collection Vol. 1, our own staffer Duke asked: “Does Pixar even have enough short films for a second volume? Or will that second volume come out in 2011?” Duke, wherever you are, you were only off by a year. The second collection of Pixar […]
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PR: Disney•Pixar's "Brave" Comes to Blu-ray Combo Pack on November 13, 2012

by Ed Liuon August 22, 2012
A heroic fantasy, it also realistically captures the complex shadings of familial relationships,   particularly those between a mother and her teenage daughter. And for that, it’s brave indeed. -        USA Today, Claudia Puig  THE #1 ANIMATED FILM OF THE YEAR! Debuts November 13, 2012 on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack   Featuring Hours of Exciting All-New Bonus Material Including the […]

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Disney/Pixar Releases New Clip from "Partysaurus Rex," to Screen Before "Finding Nemo 3D"

by Ed Liuon August 17, 2012
Disney/Pixar has released the following new video clip from “Partysaurus Rex,” the next new “Toy Story Toon” short to screen before Finding Nemo 3D, coming to theaters on September 14, 2012. For more details, visit the Toy Story Facebook page or the Finding Nemo 3D Facebook page.
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"Monsters Inc. 3D" Moving to December Release

by Maxie Zeuson July 25, 2012
The Walt Disney Company is moving the release date of Monsters Inc. 3D to take advantage of the Christmas holiday season, Deadline.com reports. The Pixar film was originally scheduled to go into release on January 18, 2013, but the studio has shifted the date to December 19, 2012.

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Andrew Stanton to Direct "Finding Nemo" Sequel

by Maxie Zeuson July 18, 2012
Andrew Stanton will return to his Pixar roots by directing a sequel to Finding Nemo, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Stanton wrote and directed the first film, which is one of the most successful movies ever released by the Walt Disney Company. Earlier this year he bookended that record with the live-action film John Carter, […]
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Review: "Kiara the Brave" Is Not the Gutsy Princess You Are Looking For

by Shawn Hopkinson July 13, 2012
There’s a concept in the film industry called drafting. It’s a simple but profitable one. Whenever there’s a hugely anticipated blockbuster with a big marketing push, low-budget film companies will rush out a quick, cheap movie that’s sorta kinda similar in title or theme. The people who make these are betting that their low-budget offering […]