The full trailer for Monsters University shows the first meeting of Sully and Mike, but their friendship starts off on the wrong foot as they become rivals and find themselves in all sorts of trouble.
A year after the sneak peek first broke, this sweded recreation of Toy Story is complete, painstakingly remaking the entire 80-minute-long Pixar classic using toys and live actors. (Thanks Everyone!)
This promo video for Monsters University takes the form of an ad for the titular institution, where monsters are taught to be the scariest they can be. The MU website is even more impressive.
If Quentin Tarantino had a baby with Pixar and named Sergio Leone as the godfather, Rocky Curby’s brilliantly bloody Dark Vessel would be the result. Cartoon robot murder and revenge rules.
A Blu-ray/Digital collection of 12 short films including two Toy Story shorts, Academy Award nominees La Luna, Presto, and Day & Night, as well as 7 early student films by Pixar’s leading directors.
A boy learns about his family’s unusual job – and more about himself – in La Luna (“The Moon”), a growing up story from the masters at Pixar. Written and directed by Enrico Casarosa.
Disney/Pixar’s new Toy Story short features everyone’s favorite Wally Shawn-voiced T.Rex at the center of the story – and this usually square dinosaur uses his tiny arms to get the party jumpin’.
(SPOILERS) These guys pull off an epic prank on their mom, playing a modified version of Toy Story 3 where the trash incinerator scene turns out a little differently than the theatrical release.
If you never picked up the video release of WALL-E, you missed out on this charming 7-minute long Pixar clip, which tells the tale of BURN-E, a robot tasked with repairing a single exterior light.
The prequel to Pixar’s popular Monsters, Inc. takes place when Sully and Mike first met each other back in college – and how they went from hating each other to being lifelong pals.
The first of Pixar’s featurettse for their upcoming movie Brave is all about the lead character Merida, a princess whose desire to be free may have unleashed “a wee tiny ancient curse.”
Kyle Lambert used his iPad to storyboard Toy Story 3 characters into classic scenes from The Shining. Awesome enough to get an invite from Pixar to bring them to the studio. (Thanks David!)
Disney UK outs 2 minutes of footage from Pixar’s eagerly-anticipated human-filled flick. In this clip, Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) shows off her superior bow (and fabric-ripping) skills.
Here’s a neat Easter Egg for Pixar fans. The Pizza Planet Truck from Toy Story has made cameos in all Pixar films except for The Incredibles. We’re guessing it’ll skip the next one as well.
Pixar outs the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Brave, the story of Merida, a young archer whose impulsive ways bring chaos to her parent’s kindgom. A surprising new style for Pixar.
Celebrating 25 years of Pixar, Amid Amidi and John Lasseter compile over 300 pages of Pixar’s color scripts and inspirational art behind the revered digital animation studio.
A group of young filmmakers have been working diligently on a perfect shot-for-shot remake of Toy Story, using actual toys instead of CGI. Watch this clip for a comparison of one scene.
This archival footage dates back to 1972, and is the first 3D rendered film created by Ed Catmull, who would later go on to found Pixar, and is now President of Disney and Pixar Animation Studios.
A one-man score medley of all the theme songs from Pixar’s movies (except for Cars, but that’s okay because that’s not a classic anyway) performed by Chaz Anthony dela Cruz.
Didn’t see it before Cars 2? Here’s your chance to see the HD teaser for Pixar’s next animated movie, Brave, due Summer 2012. From the looks of it, it’s nothing like any Pixar flick we’ve ever seen.
So here’s that classic scene from Toy Story where Woody ends up going for a ride on the bumper of a truck. Hey, wait a second, is it just us or are Pixar’s animations getting a bit too realistic?
To celebrate Pixar’s 25th anniversary, YouTuber NkMcdonalds made this montage of memorable scenes and lines from the studio’s movies. Pixar sent him a goodie bag in appreciation of his video.
Lightning and Mater head off to compete in the World Grand Prix when wacky hi-jinks ensue. Plus, Michael Caine plays a secret agent/Aston Martin DB5 named Finn McMissile – how can that be bad?
For the upcoming How Hard Can it Be?, Nat Geo decided to recreate Carl’s flying house from Pixar’s Up, sending a lightweight house attached to 300 balloons 10,000 feet into the sky. More pics here.
Melena Ryzik of The New York Times got a tour of Pixar’s California complex. It looks really fun to work there, but between treats like cereal bars and secret rooms employees face demanding work.
The films of Pixar have always set risen above other CGI movies. by Leandro Copperfield’s 7-minute supercut reminds us why they continue to be the best in the genre they invented.
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