The new trailer for Finding Dory tugged at our heart strings earlier this week. These three new international trailers don’t quite do the same thing, but they do show off quite a bit more footage of the upcoming Finding Nemo sequel.
For almost 10 years, Finding Nemo was Pixar’s most successful film. And yet, other movies kept getting sequels while our favorite fish story didn’t. At last, in 2010, writer/director Andrew Stanton got inspired. Five years later, on June 17, Finding Dory is coming to theaters.
I've been crying a lot lately. Frozen, The Lego Movie — even the Mr. Peabody & Sherman screening had weeping into my hat. And then it became clear: all of these animated movies for kids contain at least one hard-hitting "cry scene." Because it's a cartoon, and they can kill all the animated animals they want, without…
Let's just say it involves child-parent relations that would make Oedipus blush.
There may be something darker brewing under the surface of the Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory. Turns out the absolutely devastating orca documentary about the killer whale Tilikum (who killed three trainers) has altered the movie's ending.
Pixar's latest films have been terrific, but not quite up to the standard of Classic Pixar. And with sequels to Monsters Inc., Cars and Finding Nemo coming out recently or soon, some people have worried that Pixar is becoming a "sequel factory." But Pixar president says that's about to change.
Pixar Animation Studios has been responsible for some of the most iconic and best-loved movie characters of the past two decades. As a tribute to these characters and their creators, Australia-based designer Wonchan Lee crafted the impressive series of understated posters you see here.
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We've wondered about it before, and now it's been confirmed by the one person who should know: Pixar is indeed working on a movie version of John Carter of Mars, with a script written by Wall-E's director Andrew Stanton, who also worked on Finding Nemo. The confirmation came from Stanton himself, talking to fans…