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Pixar gets stamps of approval

30 December 2010 8:24 AM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

On Tuesday, the United States Postal Service announced a series of stamps featuring five Pixar animated features. Among this quintet are characters from the three most recent Animated Feature Oscar champs -- Remy the rat and Linguini ("Ratatouille," 2007); the robot Wall*E ("Wall*E," 2008); and Carl Fredricksen and Dug ("Up," 2009) -- as well as Buzz Lightyear and two of the green, three-eyed aliens ("Toy Story," 1995) and Lightning McQueen and Mater ("Cars," 2006). Those latter two groupings are instead of characters from the other two Pixar Oscar winners "Finding Nemo" (2003) and "The Incredibles" (2004). The stamps will be issued in four different denominations each on Aug. 19. As the Usps announcement said, "Since 1986, Pixar films have stretched the boundaries of our imagination with stories about unlikely heroes who explore the bonds of friendship and family. Now some of those heroes are the su »

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The Beauty of Pixar

29 December 2010 5:18 PM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I didn't watch this until just now, but it is quite impressive as Leandro Copperfield (the same guy that made the Tarantino vs. Coens video I posted earlier this year) took 500 hand-selected scenes and made a tribute to Pixar using all 11 of their films: Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, Wall-e, Up and Toy Story 3.

The music used is "Intro" by The Xx, "La Vie En Rose" by Louis Armstrong, "Down to Earth" and "You've Got a Friend in Me" by Randy Newman.

Any fan of Pixar is sure to enjoy.

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- Brad Brevet

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Video Mashup: The Beauty Of Pixar

29 December 2010 10:40 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

As I write this I'm stuck at an airport waiting for a delayed flight back to snow-ridden New York, so I could use this pick-me-up as much as anyone. Leandro Copperfield, that wonderful man, has put together a montage of some of the most beautiful, awe-inspiring and emotional moments in Pixar's filmography, set to the haunting and rhythmic song "Intro" by the Xx, the familiar-from-Wall-e "La Vie En Rose" sung by Louis Armstrong, Peter Gabriel's "Down to Earth" (also from Wall-e), and of course Randy Newman's "You've Got A Friend In Me." . The moments range from the iconic ones of simple beauty-- the balloons spilling out of Carl's house in Up, the turtles swimming in the stream in Finding Nemo, Sulley's amazed face in Monster's Inc.-- to the hilarious-- Spanish Buzz in Toy Story 3, the arrival of Bruce in Finding Nemo, the mere appearance of »

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Must Watch: The Beauty of Pixar

29 December 2010 8:26 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Video Editor Leandro Copperfield has spent his Christmas holiday revisiting the 11 Pixar Animated Films released to date and has pieced together this seven minute tribute to the studio, titled The Beauty of Pixar.

The video is comprised of 500 scenes from the 11 movies and features music by Randy Newman and Peter Gabriel among others;

The Beauty of Pixar from Leandro Copperfield on Vimeo.

Toy Story (1995),

A Bug’s Life (1998)

Toy Story 2 (1999)

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

Finding Nemo (2003)

The Incredibles (2004)

Cars (2006)

Ratatouille (2007)

Wall-e (2008)

Up (2009)

Toy Story 3 (2010)

Songs Used;

“Intro” by The Xx remains courtesy of Young Turks, © 2009.

La Vie En Rose” performed by Louis Armstrong remains courtesy The Verve Music Group.

Down to Earth” by Peter Gabriel from the film Wall-e 2008.

“You’ve Got a Friend in Me” by Randy Newman from the filme Toy Story 1995.

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- Matt Holmes

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The Beauty of Pixar

29 December 2010 7:00 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] After spending 11 days revisiting Pixar Animation Studios' eleven feature films, video editor Leandro Copperfield hand-selected 500 scenes and edited together a 7-minute tribute titled "The Beauty of Pixar". You might remember that we featured Leandro's Filmmaker Deathmatch series of video montages (Kubrick vs. Scorsese, Tarantino vs. The Coen Brothers [2]) earlier this year on the site. Watch "The Beauty of Pixar" embedded after the jump. Lists of films used ... Toy Story (1995) A Bug's Life (1998) Toy Story 2 (1999) Monsters, Inc. (2001) Finding Nemo (2003) The Incredibles (2004) Cars (2006) Ratatouille (2007) Wall-e (2008) Up (2009) Toy Story 3 (2010) Funny connections: The Shining (1980) Goodfellas (1990) Audio Copyright Notices: "Intro" by The Xx remains courtesy of Young Turks, © 2009. "La Vie En Rose" performed by Louis Armstrong remains courtesy The Verve Music Group. "Down to Earth" by Peter Gabriel from the film Wall-e 2008. "You've Got a Friend in Me" by Randy Newman from the filme Toy Story 1995. via: Tdw [3] [1] http://www.slashfilm.com/wp »

- Peter Sciretta

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Morning Meme: Bryan Safi Counts Down 2010, So Do Scissor Sisters, and Kathy Griffin's Destruction of Anderson Cooper Has Begun!

29 December 2010 4:59 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

A spoiler free review of Being Human USA is out, and while they reviewed a really rough cut, they liked it. They love the chemistry between Sam Witwer and Sam Huntington. They’re shocked that Witwer doesn’t have to use his abs to carry the performance. Cautiously optimistic?

George Takei and a bottle of Jim Bean wearing a cowboy hat.  Takei, not the bottle.

Disney has installed a command center under Cinderella’s castle. But it’s not to take over the world using singing woodland creatures. It’s to manipulate visitors to the park when it’s crowded. They’ll send characters out to long lines, or to lead parades of guests to less crowded parts of the park.

I was truly surprised by the venom in comments in the announcement of Sir Elton John and David Furnish becoming dads. But I think this article from The Guardian »

- Ed Kennedy

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Bollywood hopes animation is a draw for audiences

24 December 2010 8:22 AM, PST | Filmicafe | See recent Filmicafe news »

India's animators are hoping that a film starring two of Bollywood's biggest stars will revive the sector's fortunes, after earlier efforts to popularise the cartoon genre fell flat.Ajay Devgn and his wife Kajol appear in "Toonpur Ka Superrhero" (eds: correct) (Toontown Superhero), whose combination of real-life actors and cartoon characters recalls the Oscar-winning film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" from 1988.Box office success for the film, which is released on Friday, Christmas Eve, could spur more studios to finance home-grown animation projects, analysts say."The coming of mainstream actors in Bollywood is a big boost to the industry," said Andrew Gonsalves, from Animation Reporter magazine. "This will help the industry a big way as more projects will now take off."Indian-made animation feature films were touted as the next big thing in 2005, as studios looked to utilise a vast pool of technical »

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Can a Moffat and Spielberg Team-Up Spell Win in The Adventures of Tintin?

19 December 2010 12:39 AM, PST | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

Let’s face it, when it comes to animated feature films – CG or otherwise – Walt Disney Animation and Pixar hold the crown. If it’s CG, Pixar wins out by a mile with Toy Story 3, Finding Nemo, Up – the list goes on. Thanks to the recent releases of The Princess and the Frog and Tangled, Disney has risen back to animated glory after its post-90s slump.

DreamWorks Animation often finds itself as the number two underdog who tries to pummel its big brother. Kung Fu Panda and Shrek beat the odds and became two strong household names.

New animated features that don’t come from the Disney-Pixar powerhouse usually end up forgotten. Mega-what? Celebrity stunt voice casting can only go so far. However, when Sherlock and Doctor Who Executive Producer Steven Moffat and Director Steven Spielberg decide to hook up for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, »

- Bags

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Sony Animated Movie Snags ‘Nemo’ Writer & ‘Iron Giant’ Animator

16 December 2010 7:27 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Fans of Pixar’s beloved Finding Nemo might want to sit up and take notice as one of the film’s writers, David Reynolds, is set to write the script for an original, yet-to-be-titled animated film which was just picked up by Sony Pictures Animation.

Heat Vision has the news of the new animated film, the plot of which is being kept under wraps for the time being. Along with the news of Reynolds writing the script, animation veteran Stephan Franck will direct the film.

Franck has been working in animation for years, with some of his most notable work being as a storyboard artist on Despicable Me, a story artist on How To Train Your Dragon and an animator on The Iron Giant and Space Jam. Franck actually came up with the…

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- Ross Miller

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News Shorts: December 15th 2010, Volume Two

15 December 2010 9:51 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

The first photo of Glenn Close dressed as a man on the set of Albert Noobs, two new photos of Justin Bieber in his concert movie Never Say Never.

"A purported copy of Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" script landed on-line claiming to reveal the villains of the piece - Dr. Hugo Strange (the main villain), Talia al Ghul (female lead/secondary villain), Black Mask (the mob boss), and Killer Croc (mob's muscle). Warner Bros. Pictures have since denied such a leak while the source is purported to be a poster on the Superhero Hype forums..." (full details)

"Summit has now locked in a March 23rd release date for the Mel Gibson-led dark comedy "The Beaver". A limited run will begin on the date before expanding two weeks later on April 8th, that expansion's size will likely be determined by the reaction and box-office opening weekend results. »

- Garth Franklin

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News Shorts: December 15th 2010, Volume Two

15 December 2010 9:51 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

The first photo of Glenn Close dressed as a man on the set of Albert Noobs, two new photos of Justin Bieber in his concert movie Never Say Never.

"A purported copy of Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" script landed on-line claiming to reveal the villains of the piece - Dr. Hugo Strange (the main villain), Talia al Ghul (female lead/secondary villain), Black Mask (the mob boss), and Killer Croc (mob's muscle). Warner Bros. Pictures have since denied such a leak while the source is purported to be a poster on the Superhero Hype forums..." (full details)

"Summit has now locked in a March 23rd release date for the Mel Gibson-led dark comedy "The Beaver". A limited run will begin on the date before expanding two weeks later on April 8th, that expansion's size will likely be determined by the reaction and box-office opening weekend results. »

- Garth Franklin

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Infographic and Info on ‘Toy Story 3′s’ Financial Success

15 December 2010 4:12 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Milo has compiled an interesting infographic breaking down the finicnial and critical success of Pixar’s Toy Story 3. You can see that infographic below but first here are some statistics you may be interested in.

Disney’s Toy Story 3 passed the $1 billion mark at the box office this summer making it the highest-grossing animated film of all time. The film is the first animated film to break the threshold and only the seventh overall. And, with the success of Alice in Wonderland earlier this year, Disney has become the first studio to release two billion-dollar grossers in the same year. Must be those 3-D ticket prices?

Here is an interesting look at box office figures adjusted for inflation. Using data from Box Office Mojo and making calculations from the Cpi Inflation Calculator, Newsweek came up with a rough estimate of how many other films grossed the equivalent of »

- Ricky

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'Finding Nemo' Scribe Writes Sony Pictures Animation Pic

15 December 2010 1:51 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Sony Pictures Animation, which made a four-picture first look deal with the Gotham Group last year, has gotten the first project up and running. It's untitled, and will be scripted by Finding Nemo scribe David Reynolds. The film's based on an original story by Stephan Franck, who is attached to direct. Franck's credits as an animator include Iron Giant, Space Jam and How to Train Your Dragon. Gotham Group's Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Peter McHugh and Eric Robinson will produce. Karen Dufilho-Rosen will be exec producer. Reynolds got an Oscar nomination for Finding Nemo and his other credits include Chicken Little, A Bug's Life and Toy Story 3. »

- MIKE FLEMING

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‘Finding Nemo’ & ‘Despicable Me’ Writers Team For Sony Animation; ‘Corpse Bride’ Director On ‘Oz Wars’

15 December 2010 1:43 PM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Two major animation projects have been announced today. First, Variety reports that David Reynolds, who co-scribed Finding Nemo is setting up his directorial debut for Sony Animation, who most recently delivered the successful Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. He will write the script with Despicable Me‘s Stephan Franck. The film is currently untitled and has no plot details, only a quick shot of praise from Sony Pictures Animation executive producer Ellen Goldsmith-Vein:

We are thrilled and excited to be making a movie at Sony Pictures Animation with Stephan directing and David, one of the funniest writers in the business.

Also announced today, via Coming Soon, is the next feature from Oscar-nominated Corpse Bride co-director Mike Johnson. He will direct a CG/stop-motion hybrid feature film, Oz Wars. The animation is written by Rob Moreland (Space Chimps 1 & 2) and Athena Gam (upcoming Alien Rock Band), in which the Oz »

- Jordan Raup

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Sony Pictures Animation Sets Writer & Director for Untitled Pic

15 December 2010 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Oscar-nominated screenwriter David Reynolds ( Finding Nemo ) has been hired to write an untitled animated feature film based on an original story by animation veteran Stephan Franck ( The Iron Giant , Despicable Me ) who will also direct. The Gotham Group.s Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Peter McHugh and Eric Robinson, and Academy Award winner Karen Dufilho-Rosen ( Geri's Game , For the Birds ) will executive produce. The film is the first in a four picture, first-look deal that Gotham signed with Sony Pictures Animation in 2009. "We are thrilled and excited to be making a movie at Sony Pictures Animation with Stephan Franck directing and David Reynolds, one of the funniest writers in the business," said Ellen Goldsmith-Vein. Reynolds' Finding Nemo screenplay received Oscar »

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The directors who went from animation to live action

14 December 2010 8:34 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We take a look at 11 directors who made the jump from animated to live action features, and how their attempts fared…

You hear quite a few live action directors, Guillermo del Toro, for starters, talking about a desire to make animated films. To control every aspect of the frame, and what goes in it.

Yet, the journey the other way around is increasingly common. It's hard not to see the appeal, too. For directing an animated film is a two year job at the very least, and three years more likely. Live action is generally a quicker way to get a film on the screen.

Also, given how CG dependent many movies are becoming, there's a general assumption that an animation director will have a better handle on computer effects.

However, great films from animation directors aren't that common. Here are eleven directors who took the chance, and how they got on. »

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Early Buzz: Pixar’s Cars 2

10 December 2010 1:30 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

You've probably noticed the influx of Pixar postings every-time the Emmeryville animation studio produces a new film -- yup, I love Pixar. But the one film in the entire Pixar catalog that I don't love (not to say that I don't like it, it's just a few steps below the rest) is Cars. To me, it almost feels like one of the movies Dreamworks Animation had produced at that point of time. And if it weren't for the heart of the Route 66 storyline, I probably would've enjoyed it a lot less. The film wasn't considered a huge box office success, grossing $461,981,604 worldwide -- less than Pixar films of previous years like Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo (which in comparison made $867.8 million worldwide). But the merchandising for the film has brought in billions in sales, which is why Disney green lit a sequel and began construction »

- Peter Sciretta

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A Bug's Life: where are they now?

6 December 2010 9:48 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Pixar’s classic A Bug’s Life brought together an amazingly talented group of people. As the film makes its Blu-ray debut, we find out what happened to its cast…

The classic Pixar production, A Bug's Life, brought together an amazingly talented group of people, including Kevin Spacey, David Hyde Pierce and Denis Leary. So, twelve years on from the film's original release, and to tie in with its UK debut on Blu-ray, we ask, where are the voices behind A Bug's Life now, and what have they done since?

Dave Foley - Flik

One of the former members of The Kids In The Hall and a stand-up comedian, Dave Foley has been well occupied since providing the voice for Flik. He's either providing voice talent for animated TV shows, or appearing in person as in a stint on Will And Grace, and the mini-series Kids In The Hall: Death Comes To Town. »

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Jeff Bridges's age-spanning turn will be new Tron's legacy

6 December 2010 3:13 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Disney's Benjamin Button-style feat in fashioning a youthful Jeff Bridges might not convince – but in 10 years it will be the norm

There has been speculation it might herald a new era of film-making in which actors such as Sean Connery and Harrison Ford are returned to their agile youth via the power of CGI. But watching a de-aged Jeff Bridges star opposite his older self in Disney's Tron: Legacy, it's clear Hollywood's technical monkeys do not have the technology to rebuild him just yet.

The mouse house has gone to great lengths to hype up its apparently Godlike ability to peel away decades of lines and wrinkles from Bridges's face 28 years after Tron, the first film, first introduced us to concepts such as the Grid, light cycles and identity discs. The technology used is similar to that which transformed Brad Pitt into an old man and subsequently back to his »

- Ben Child

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Gersh Acquires Literary Agency Hohman Maybank Lieb

1 December 2010 12:53 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Spreading its literary wings, the Gersh Agency has acquired Hohman, Maybank, Lieb and is bringing the boutique book-agency founders in as partners, the company announced Wednesday. The clients of the 14-year-old agency will be a pretty good addition to the Gersh roster, as well. They include Robert Rodat (“Saving Private Ryan”), Dave Reynolds  ("Finding Nemo"), Katherine Fugate (“Valentine’s Day”), Allison Burnett (“Adaline”), Ken Hixon  ("Welcome to the Riley's"), Sam Harper  ("Cheaper by the Dozen") and Marlene King  ("Pretty Little Liars"). The deal with Hml and founders Bob Homan, Bayard Maybank and Devra »

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