2015 was a good year for new movie and TV fun. It brought us Galavant, The Librarians, iZombie, The Flash. Agents of SHIELD hit its stride. Age of Ultron was the Golden Corral buffet of comic book action while Ant-Man delivered a small concentrated dose of charm. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation was the most sprawling…
When the idea of a sequel to Pixar’s The Incredibles first showed up on io9, I made the following pitch for what I’d like to see. I’m posting it here, again, now so that I can file copyright infringement charges against Brad Bird when he creates his film—which I’m certain will follow my outline.
I really didn’t think of this when I first saw the movie. But now that HISHE pointed it out it bugs the crap out of me.
Why does Disney feel the need to delay their animated films in Europe for so long? If you live in the UK, you’ll have to wait until the 24th of July to be able to see Inside Out legally. Most of Europe gets it around August time and if you live in Germany or Austria, you’ll have to wait until the 1st of October.
Yes. It's happening. According to Entertainment Weekly, Disney/Pixar's Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter will direct another installment in the long-running Toy Story series.
I clicked through and enjoyed the Onion's review of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, a sequel to a prequel/reboot of a franchise that first wound to a close forty ****ing years ago. Good lord. There's a reasonable explanation for this rut, and it's pretty disheartening, from a creative standpoint. Then I remembered…
What if, instead of making beloved movies like Toy Story, Wall-E, and Up, everyone's favorite CGI film studio Pixar had been swallowed up by General Motors? It sounds insane, but it almost happened had it not been for the timely intervention of one of America's most famous living billionaire/failed presidential…
I don't know what this is - but I like it.
Nothing concrete, of course. It's all just for fun.
Maybe you've heard about the Pixar Theory that got a lot of play last week (and this week, too). It's a comprehensive timeline and interlocking story that weaves together every Pixar movie into one coherent whole. It was developed by Jon Negroni, and possibly an anthropomorphic desk lamp that only talks to Jon.
I read this last night, and I'm going to have to read it again. But basically this writer Jon Negroni is blowing minds left and right with a painstakingly detailed theory called the Pixar Theory in which he posits that every Pixar movie takes place in a shared universe.
The Pixar animated film “Finding Nemo” will spawn a sequel big-screen movie titled “Finding Dory,” Walt Disney Studios Publicity announced today. The new movie is due out November 25, 2015.