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A Japanese trailer for Pixar's next, Monsters University, has been released, and there is a lot of new footage. Granted, none of it's in English, but I think the visuals speak for themselves.
Finding Nemo 2 is a go, guys! Fans of the original Pixar film should be excited to know that not only has Ellen DeGeneres signed on to reprise her role as Dory, Albert Brooks has also signed on to reprise his role as Marlin.
Rumors have been circulating about a possible Toy Story 4 confirmation. Tom Hanks, the loveable actor behind the loveable Woody, sparked rumors last year when he was quoted as saying that he, “[thinks] there will be [a Toy Story 3], yeah ... they’re working on it now." Jorge Luis Balaguera, the entertainment coordinator for Radio Station RCN in Columbia, added to the speculation earlier today by tweeting, "In 2015, Pixar will release Toy Story 4, the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Joan Cusack confirmed for the main characters." Whether or not this is true has yet to be confirmed by Pixar.
If the recent Monsters University trailer left you wanting to see more, you're in luck. In a new video, the dean of MU delivers a message to prospective students, and it's pretty much perfect. You really have to admire Pixar's commitment to the theme of their viral marketing campaign. Give it a watch below, Monsters University hits theaters on June 21.
Pixar's big summer movie is fast approaching, and a new trailer has been released to give us a better look at the film. Monsters University follows the familiar duo during their time together at college, their initial rivalvry, and presumably, their eventual friendship.
Continuing on my animation kick, today I finally watched Pixar’s Cars. This is only one of two films from the studio that I didn’t see in theaters, the second being Cars 2. The trailers didn’t impress nor the word of mouth. I never felt a hole in my heart for having missed the film, unlike the gaping pit in my stomach that plagued me until I finally watched Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket. But here it was, playing on the Disney Channel and being stuck inside due to a hailstorm I had no excuse not to watch it.
Pixar, current monarch of the animated world, will be releasing a new film entitled The Good Dinosaur, slated for release on May 30th, 2014. A sneak peak, if you will, of the upcoming film was released last month in the form of a Christmas card sent by Pixar Studios with concept art from the film. The image is simple, yet full of promises of what to expect.
I'm gonna be honest, when I first heard that someone had re-made Toy Story, shot-for-shot in live action, I was a little skeptical that it would be... well, stupid. But it's here, and it's actually pretty awesome! Get a look for yourself!
Alright Pixar, you win. Take all my feels forever, it's just simpler this way. A clip from Pixar's next short, which will premiere in full with Monsters University later this year, has appeared online. Surprise, surprise, it's adorable. It also features a very new look for the animation studio: a really interesting mix of cartoonish and nearly photo-real elements. It's worth a look, if nothing else for further proof that Pixar can make anything lovable.
If you weren’t already excited for Monsters University, Pixar’s prequel to Monsters Inc, than you definitely will be now. Entertainment Weekly has released new images from the film which show Mike’s arrival on campus and a frat party where Sully and Mike meet. Well, what are you waiting for, click through and take a look at them for yourself!