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Disney sent us several new posters and an iTunes trailer for their new Disney-Pixar film Inside Out.
The film is set to release June 19, 2015.
From an adventurous balloon ride above the clouds to a monster-filled metropolis, Academy Award®-winning director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Up”) has taken audiences to unique and imaginative places. In Disney-Pixar’s original movie “ Inside Out,” he will take us to the most extraordinary location of all—inside the mind.
Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it's no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy »
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Disney/Pixar has released a new trailer for the upcoming Inside Out.
From an adventurous balloon ride above the clouds to a monster-filled metropolis, Academy Award winning director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Up”) has taken audiences to unique and imaginative places. In Disney•Pixar’s original movie Inside Out, he will take us to the most extraordinary location of all – inside the mind.
Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life.
As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, »
- Michelle McCue
The Nut Job is the wacky and action packed adventure with laugh out loud fun for all the family. Directed by Peter Lepeniotis (Toy Story 2, Surly Squirrel), The Nut Job is yours to own on Blu-Ray™ 3D, Blu-Ray and DVD now!
The Nut Job features stars such as Will Arnett (Arrested Development, 30 Rock) who voices cheeky squirriel, Surly; Liam Neeson who voices con-artist Raccoon; Brendan Fraser who voices the park-hero Grayson; Katherine Hiegl the cute and bubbly red squirrel Andie; the hilarious Gabriel Iglesias as the leader of a pack of gassy groundhogs, Jimmy; and finally Maya Rudolph who plays adorable pug, Precious.
In animated 3D, The Nut Job is the hilarious comedy that follows Surly, a mischievous squirrel, who must plan a heist to get into their town’s biggest nut shop in order to help his pals in the park gather food to survive the winter. Together with his sidekick, »
- Dan Bullock
When Disney announced last month that John Lasseter would direct a fourth "Toy Story" film, there was inevitable fan concern: But "Toy Story 3" ended so perfectly! Why do we need any more? But Pixar has always done right by its signature franchise, never pushing Woody, Buzz and the gang past a point of diminishing returns. There was plenty of trepidation about "Toy Story 2" and "Toy Story 3," and both times the consensus was that the new film was better than the last. And though the toys' tale could have easily ended with Andy saying goodbye to Woody (while the adults in the audience turned into weeping wrecks), the saga has continued with a handful of "Toy Story Toons" shorts, plus last year's "Toy Story of Terror!" Halloween special, all of them depicting the toys' lives with Bonnie, and they've all been charming, funny and very much worthy, if brief, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Pixar's newest heroine is Riley Anderson in "Inside Out," an animated film about a little girl with a lot of feelings. Riley's really going through a lot lately, what with her family's move from the Midwest to San Francisco, and "Inside Out" is a firsthand look at all the emotions she's struggling with inside her head.
Disney and Pixar released some super short teasers to introduce each of Riley's anthropomorphized feelings, and frankly? They're freaking adorable.
Here's Sadness, voiced by Phyllis Smith.
Ugh! Meet Disgust, voiced by Mindy Kaling.
Lewis Black is the voice of anger. Adults will get why this is funny.
Fear is voiced by Bill Hader.
And here's a teaser with all of them, which includes Amy Poehler as Joy. Yes, please!
- Jenni Miller
All good things come to an end. After months of exciting movie news that has the rest of the decade looking incredibly exciting (go Marvel), last week brought us something that made the future a little less brighter – Pixar are making Toy Story 4.
We’re not saying Pixar are destroying our childhood, but they’re certainly giving it their best shot. Coming in 2017, the film will answer that burning question no one asked of how Woody and Buzz are getting on in their new digs. Little is known about the film, beyond a few of the key players involved – John Lasseter, director of Toy Story and Toy Story 2, will be at the helm, with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack on writing duties – but as things stand it’ll take something incredible to make this movie seem like a worthwhile endeavour.
When announcing the film, it was stated »
- Alex Leadbeater
Everybody has to start somewhere.
The best and most successful Hollywood directors might find themselves marshalling $200 million epics, but in their formative years big budgets weren't at their disposal and they had to make do only with a good idea and the drive to make it happen. Many filmmakers use shorts to test-run ideas and explore themes they'd circle back to down the line.
Doodlebug - led by Nolan's Following star Jeremy Theobald - played out an intriguing narrative loop over a brisk three minutes as a man chased a 'bug' around his flat with a shoe. A year after he made this film, Nolan took his feature debut Following »
One of the biggest stories to break this week was Disney's announcement yesterday that Toy Story 4 will be released in 2017, with Toy Story and Toy Story 2 director John Lasseter returning to helm this sequel. It will be the first film he's directed since 2011's Cars 2, which comes in addition to his duties of leading two animation studios, Walt Disney Animation and Disneytoons, along with serving as the principal creative adviser for Disney's theme park designers. The filmmaker recently spoke with The Los Angeles Times, revealing why he's coming back to direct this sequel.
"One of the things that was very important for me as an artist is to continue directing. When I direct, I get to work with the individual artists, with the animators. It's very important to keep young talent coming into the studios ... to get back in and help tell stories."
Yesterday's announcement also revealed that »
Despite brilliantly ending one of cinema’s most beloved series with Toy Story 3 back in 2010, Pixar Animation Studios (which is now owned by Disney) has revealed plans to return audiences to the world of the studio’s signature character with Toy Story 4.
The first Toy Story (1995) was Pixar’s inaugural film and the world’s first computer-animated feature film. Nearly two decades after directing that film, John Lasseter will return to helm the new installment (he also directed Toy Story 2 in 1999), which is slated for release on June 16, 2017.
The new film will tell a story dreamt up by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, and Lee Unkrich – the storytellers who have been the driving force behind all of the “Toy Story” films. Writing team Rashida Jones and Will McCormack »
- Mike Tyrkus
Who's ready for more adventures with Woody and Buzz? Yeah, like we even have to ask... Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced that Toy Story 4 is coming in June of 2017. We don't know much about the movie at this point other than it will be directed by Pixar's own John Lasseter, whose directorial credits include Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Cars and Cars 2. Beyond that, it's anyone's guess as to how it'll fit into where the story was left off in...
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Disney CEO Bob Iger just announced that Toy Story 4 is coming in June of 2017. We don't know much about the movie at this point other than it will be directed by Pixar's own John Lasseter, whose directorial credits include Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Cars and Cars 2. Beyond that, it's anyone's guess as to how it'll fit into where the story was left off in 2010's Toy Story 3 and which characters will be returning. The story for Toy Story 4 was cooked up by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton (Wall-e), Pete Docter (Up), and Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 3). It'll be written by Rashida Jones and Will McCormack (Celeste and Jesse Forever). Here's what Lasseter had to say about the project: “We love these characters so much; they...
- Peter Hall
Director John Lasseter works with members of his story team on Disney•Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” a new chapter in the lives of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the “Toy Story” gang. The film is slated for release on June 16, 2017. (Photo by Deborah Coleman / Pixar)
“To Infinity And Beyond”!!
Nearly two decades after Pixar Animation Studios created the world’s first computer-animated feature film with “Toy Story,” it revealed plans for Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 4, an adventure that returns audiences to the world of the studio’s signature characters.
- Melissa Thompson
It's full circle for John Lasseter, as Disney/Pixar has announced that he's returning to the director's chair for Toy Story 4. Lasseter directed the first Toy Story and co-directed Toy Story 2. And whilst Toy Story 4 had been rumoured for some time, it's now been officially confirmed.
The official announcement confirms that the new film "opens a new chapter in the lives of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the Toy Story gang". The new story has come from John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Lee Unkrich, described not incorrectly as 'the storytellers who have been the driving force behind all three Toy Story films'.
It's a bold move and a tall order to pick the story up for the pretty much perfect ending to Toy Story 3. Lasster did say that »
Disney announced during an earnings conference call earlier today that Toy Story 4 is currently in the works. Disney later issued an official press release, which includes the news that Rashida Jones and her Celeste and Jesse Forever writing partner Will McCormack have been tasked with writing the screenplay.
John Lasseter, director of the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2, will direct the film, which opens a new chapter in the lives of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the Toy Story gang. The story was dreamt up by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Lee Unkrich, the storytellers who have been the driving force behind all three Toy Story films.
Here's what John Lasseter had to say in a statement.
"We love these characters so much; they are like family to us. We don't want to do anything with them unless it lives up to or surpasses what's gone before. Toy Story 3 »
Pixar has announced that Toy Story 4 is a go and that John Lasseter will be back to direct the CG animated sequel. Lasseter co-created Toy Story and directed the first two films and has served as the chief creative officer of both Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios for the past 8 years.
I think we all knew that we would see a Toy Story 4 happen. The studio has been keeping the franchise fresh and alive with the television specials that they've been releasing. I truly love how they ended Toy Story 3, and I didn't really need to see another film after that. But Pixar must have cracked a great story that they are passionate about telling. There are no story details at this time, but I'm sure that all the usual suspects will return, along with a few new characters. The movie will be released sometime in 2017, and I'm »
- Joey Paur
Hold onto your plastic cowboy boots because a new Toy Story movie is on the way! John Lasseter, who directed the original 1995 film, will return to direct the upcoming sequel. There aren't a lot of details yet, but we do know the movie will hit theaters June 16, 2017, and Rashida Jones and Will McCormack, who wrote Celeste & Jesse Forever, are on board. "We love these characters so much; they are like family to us," said Lasseter. "We don't want to do anything with them unless it lives up to or surpasses what's gone before. Toy Story 3 ended Woody and Buzz's story with Andy so perfectly that for a long time, we never even talked about doing another Toy Story movie. But when Andrew [Stanton], Pete [Docter], Lee [Unkrich], and I came up with this new idea, I just could not stop thinking about it. It was so exciting to me, I knew we »
While Toy Story 3 seemed like it was going to be the official end of the beloved Pixar franchise.s run on the big screen, that idea has just been trashed. As it turns out, Pixar is actually now working on a Toy Story 4, and it.s being helmed by none other than Pixar head John Lasseter himself. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger made the announcement during an earnings call this afternoon. The plan is to have the film in theaters on June 16, 2017. The feature will be the first that Lasseter has directed himself since 2011.s Cars 2 - though he did previously helm both the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2. Rashina Jones and Will McCormack, who previously wrote Celeste and Jesse Forever together, are penning Toy Story 4's script. It's true that 2010's Toy Story 3 was the last time we »
In something of a big surprise, Disney's CEO Bob Iger has revealed that Toy Story 4 is happening with John Lasseter returning to helm the new animated adventure. They've even given it a release date for June 2017.
[Update: Okay, so Disney has issued a press release now that gives up more information on Toy Story 4 and a full release date as well. Check it out:
Nearly two decades after Pixar Animation Studios created the world’s first computer-animated feature film with “Toy Story,” it revealed plans for Disney•Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” an adventure that returns audiences to the world of the studio’s signature characters.
John Lasseter, director of the original “Toy Story” and “Toy Story 2,” will direct the film, which opens a new chapter in the lives of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the “Toy Story” gang. The story was dreamt up by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Lee Unkrich, the storytellers who have been the driving force behind all three “Toy Story” films.
“We love these characters so much; they are like family to us, »
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One word, John Lasseter: Plastics. The Pixar chief who changed the animation game with his innovative use of computer technology in 1995's Toy Story will return to the directing chair to make a fourth movie about the adventures of Woody, Buzz, and the gang, Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger announced Tuesday. The film is set to hit theaters in June 16, 2017, and in a somewhat surprising twist it will be written by Rashida Jones, formerly of NBC's Parks and Recreation, and her screenwriting partner Will McCormack (who penned the 2012 indie romantic comedy Celeste and Jesse Forever.) The story was conceived, »
- Anthony Breznican
It's official: Toy Story 4 is happening!
Disney announced that Pixar is moving forward on Toy Story 4 at their earnings call with analysts earlier today. Not much about the sequel was released. It was confirmed that John Lasseter will be directing, and that Toy Story 4 will be released in June of 2017. Disney has issued an official press release for Toy Story 4, which reveals that Rashida Jones and Will McCormack have joined the writing team.
Nearly two decades after Pixar Animation Studios created the world's first computer-animated feature film with Toy Story, it revealed plans for Disney Pixar's Toy Story 4, an adventure that returns audiences to the world of the studio's signature characters.
John Lasseter, director of the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2, will direct the film, which opens a new chapter in the lives of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the Toy Story gang. The story was dreamt up by Lasseter, »
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