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Joy was the primary emotion felt by Pixar after “Inside Out,” its heart-tugging journey through the mind of an 11-year-old girl, took home the top prize at the 43rd Annie Awards on Saturday night.
In all, the film picked up 10 trophies, including prizes for best animated feature, director Pete Docter, writing (Docter, Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley) and voice acting for Phyllis Smith, who played Sadness.
Pixar also picked up an Annie for its second film of 2015, “The Good Dinosaur.” The award for achievement in animated effects in an animated production went to “Dinosaur’s” Jon Reisch and Stephen Marshall, giving Pixar a total of 11 awards for the night.
Ale Abreu’s “Boy and the World” took home the first ever best animated feature — international award. Asifa-Hollywood, the organization behind the Annies, decided to split the best animated feature category in two this year to give less seen films a chance at a prize. »
- Terry Flores
While as a rule, Den Of Geek restricts its motoring coverage to Deloreans and Lotus Esprits-cum-submarines, we thought this addition to the BBC's new-look Top Gear presenting team would be of interest to some.
Another multi-millionaire petrolhead is joining Chris Evans to co-present Top Gear: Mr Matt LeBlanc of Friends and Episodes fame. A self-confessed "car nut", Leblanc currently holds the show's record for the fastest ever celebrity lap in its recurring 'star in a reasonably priced car' segment.
The departure of Jeremy Clarkson and the Chipmunks from the BBC's globally successful motoring show is well-publicised by now. That trio has been picked up by Amazon to make twelve episodes of a rival, big-budget motoring show.
"Additional Top Gear presenters will be confirmed shortly", says the BBC. »
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