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Transformers: The Bumblebee Spinoff Compared To The Iron Giant

20 June 2017 10:55 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

At this stage in the franchise, it’s pretty easy to be cynical about Transformers. Michael Bay has directed all four existing films, and has also directed the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight, the fifth entry in the series. So despite the fact that Paramount seemed set on doing things differently going forward (as evidenced by the writers room), Bay’s continued involvement only seems to enforce the fact that they’re falling back on what’s worked for them, even if it isn’t all that good.

Perhaps the real winds of change will be evident in the next effort: the currently untitled Bumblebee spinoff. This film will have Kubo and the Two Strings director Travis Knight at the helm (already quite a change from the explosion-happy Bay), and will star Oscar-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld in the lead role as a tomboy who can fix cars (I know, shocker). This seems to be steps in the right direction, but after seeing the same old metal-scraping action in all the Transformers: The Last Knight trailer, it’s hard not to feel a little discouraged.

Related - Transformers: The Last Knight IMAX Footage Description

But for those ready to call it quits on the Autobots, the latest comments from producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura may help to assuage those thoughts. Speaking with Collider, di Bonaventura said:

“I know we’re doing a spinoff first in the Bumblebee movie, and that is a very distinctive departure from what you’ve been seeing so far… The objective of that movie is to develop more time with less robots in a way, and to go back to 1985 and go back to sort of the original heritage if you would of the Transformers. G1.”

I’m admittedly not much a Transformers guy — that was before my time — so while it’s cool they’ll be going back to the first generation of toys back in 1985, what really grabs me is the objective to have less robots, and be something of a departure from the main series.

Di Bonaventura continued:

“There are dramatically less Transformers. We hired purposefully Travis Knight, who is a very distinct filmmaker. You can’t compete with Michael — you’re gonna lose. And also I think the audience wants something different all the time, let’s keep them interested. They’re gonna get a very emotionally complex story, a very tight story in terms of its location and in terms of its storytelling.”

Di Bonaventura then dropped the biggest bombshell quote on the outlet:

“In fact it reminds me a little bit of Iron Giant years ago when I did that movie at Warner Bros. It just reminds me a little bit of that where it was very contained and yet it didn’t feel small.”

For those who somehow don’t know, The Iron Giant was a stellar animated film from the 1990s directed by The Incredibles helmer Brad Bird. The movie was sort of a traditional “boy and his dog” type of story, except with a giant metal man from outer space. That film had a lot of heart, and was a surprisingly mature animated take for its time. The big takeaway here is the emphasis the producer seems to be putting on a lower key story — something that doesn’t require 2,000 visual effects shots. 

In essence, we may be getting something closer to the first half of the first Transformers film, before Optimus Prime and the rest of the Autobots were introduced. We’d be on board with something like that, but we hope that Paramount doesn’t get cold feet on this concept and try to thrown in some ridiculous third act mayhem. Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

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Source: Collider

Lrm We all kind of knew this. This just confirms it. https://t.co/1iJQjdf8pC about 20 minutes ago »

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How New Pixar Short ‘Lou’ Stretches the Limits of Animation

16 June 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

After the photo-real wonders of its Oscar-winning “Piper,” Pixar tackled a more abstract animation challenge in its latest short about schoolyard bullying. In “Lou,” which plays in front of “Cars 3,” a pile of lost and found items in a box coalesce into an anthropomorphic character who harasses a bully when he steals from other kids.

Baseballs become Lou’s eyes, a book becomes his mouth, a baseball mitt and slinky become his hand and arm, and a hoodie becomes his body.  However, Lou manages to hold together since the objects constantly shift around. The result is a wacky chase around the schoolyard and a surprisingly emotional comeuppance.

“We’re cramming so much stuff into the film that people don’t get a break until [a revelation]

toward the end,” said director Dave Mullins, an animator at Pixar since “Monsters, Inc.” in 2001. He has since worked his way to supervising animator after contributing to “Finding Nemo, »

- Bill Desowitz

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The 25 Best Action Movies of the 21st Century, From ‘The Dark Knight’ to ‘Kill Bill’

16 June 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Many films have great action, but that doesn’t necessarily make them action movies. In putting together this list, we leaned toward a more exclusive model that didn’t include films with their feet firmly planted in the drama or crime-thriller genres, as the idea of comparing “Zero Dark Thirty” to “Fast and the Furious” seemed like a futile exercise. Needless to say, there are a few movies that professed action movie fans may consider to be worthy of consideration for any survey of the best action movies, but they didn’t make the cut for our overview of the finest examples since 2000.

The following films have been excluded from this list not because of quality, but rather a desire to compare apples to apples: “Collateral,” “Gravity,” “The Revenant,” “Old Boy (2003),” and “Sicario.” Additionally, the following action films were disqualified purely based on the fact they appeared on our sci-fi »

- Chris O'Falt, Graham Winfrey and Kate Erbland

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Cars 3 – Review

15 June 2017 10:07 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

 

As we creep along to the midway point of Summer, this can only mean one thing at the multiplex (aside from added matinees): another installment of a big studio franchise (formerly a series) will be occupying several screens. We’ve already had a new Alien, and another Depp pirate pic as the Planet Apes and Transformers wait in the wings, along with that wall-crawling wonder. I suppose we’re due for an animated sequel, but this one’s from the most celebrated studio of the last couple of decades, Pixar. Aside from Toy Story, they avoided follow-ups to their other hit films until 2011 when the Cars gang refueled for Cars 2. Then one of the other hits got a prequel, Monster University, and another spawned last year’s box office smash, Finding Dory. Now here’s the automotive, track-burnin’ “hat trick” as good ole’ number 95, Lightning McQueen roars back »

- Jim Batts

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Ranking The Pixar Sequels

12 June 2017 12:20 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of the release of Cars 3, Eric Bay-Andersen ranks Pixar’s sequels…

When people hear ‘sequel’, they usually think ‘shameless cash-in’, and although Disney’s purchase of Pixar must surely have influenced the number of sequels the studio has produced in the last 20 years (six with at least two more on the way), Pixar’s reputation for quality film-making means their hit-rate is higher than most. Here’s my ranking of the five they’ve released so far…

5. Cars 2

Astonishingly, the Cars franchise is the studio’s biggest money-maker when it comes to merchandise, but the second instalment is surely Pixar’s least-loved film so far (which doesn’t bode well for Cars 3). The first film had a slight charm to it, and a sweet message about the beauty of small-town life and finding happiness off the beaten track, but for the sequel they tossed all that »

- Amie Cranswick

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The Best Of The Best – The Greatest Composers And The Scores That Made Them Great

10 May 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Dave Roper

With Actors, Directors, Actresses and Screenwriters under our collective belt and Cinematographers still to come, we presently turn our eye towards Composers, whose music lends so much to the films they work on.

As with the other lists, credit is given for not merely one or two sterling scores, but rather a consistently excellent body of work with specific stand-out films. To be blunt, this is a trickier prospect than it at first appears. Just because a film is terrific or well-loved doesn’t necessarily mean that the score is itself a standout. We begin with perhaps the most obvious and celebrated film composer of them all…..

John WilliamsStar Wars

Goodness me. The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering Inferno, Earthquake, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Long Goodbye, Catch Me If You Can, Star Wars, Close Encounters, Star Wars, Superman, Et, Born on the Fourth of July, »

- Dave Roper

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The big blockbusters of summer 2018

8 May 2017 8:42 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 9, 2017

Mission: Impossible, Avengers, Dwayne Johnson, Jurassic World, Ant-Man and more are lining up to meet you next summer. Oh, and The Statham.

With summer blockbuster season 2017 in full swing, and with Fast & Furious 8 speeding over the $1bn mark already, a bunch of filmmakers are furiously putting together their films for release this time next year (or thereabouts). Here, as things stand, is the state of summer blockbuster season 2018. We’ve veered towards UK release dates on the whole, but as always, things can quickly change.

Also, we’ve not included unnamed films: Universal, for instance, has reserved a slot for one of its classic monster universe movies, but not told anybody what it is yet. As more information pops up, we’ll keep this list up to date…

March Tomb Raider (March 16th)

Summer blockbuster season effectively kicks off in March in 2018, with the Warner Bros-backed big »

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Michael Giacchino Wants To Score The Batman, Has The Right Connections To Make It Happen

5 May 2017 3:48 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Michael Giacchino is one of the best composers working in Hollywood today, with an Oscar win for his work on Up. Though you may not recognize, or be able to pronounce the name, you've likely heard Giacchino's themes. He's been Pixar's go-to guy for years, he's done two Mission: Impossible scores, and he's responsible for perhaps the best theme of the millennium in the new Star Trek films. He's the apparent heir to John Williams, starting in Star Wars videogames and moving on to do the score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, as well as continuing Williams' classic music in Jurassic World. Giacchino's superhero experience is also impressive; he's not only worked on The Incredibles, but also composed music for Doctor Strange and this July's Spider-Man: Homecoming

Even after composing the music for Star Wars, Star Trek, the Jurassic Park franchise, and Spider-Man, there's still a crown jewel »

- Nick Doll

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Only Five of Disney’s Slated Films Through 2021 Are Directed by Women

27 April 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

We’re not amused, either, Elsa. “Frozen”: Disney

Disney has unveiled the premiere dates for its upcoming films from next Friday’s “Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2” through the end of 2021. Per Variety, none of the remaining 2017 films are women-helmed. And only five women are booked to direct Disney movies (or its Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm properties) over the next four years: Ava DuVernay, Niki Caro, Anna Boden, Jennifer Lee, and Meg LeFauve. It’s discouraging, to say the least.

There are a few silver linings, however. Out in 2018, DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle in Time” is the first $100 million film to be directed by a black woman. Marvel’s “The Black Panther” was originally offered to DuVernay, but she passed. Instead, “Fruitvale Station’s” Ryan Coogler, an outspoken advocate for women directors, took the reins. Also, women take center stage onscreen in movies like “The Last Jedi” and “Mary Poppins Returns.” Three films from male directors — “Cars 3,” “Wreck-It Ralph 2,” and “Toy Story 4” — boast female co-writers. And many films do not have attached or announced directors yet. We’re giving Disney the benefit of the doubt and remain cautiously optimistic that at least a few more women will be hired.

Below is our breakdown of Disney’s release schedule, year by year. Women-directed and co-directed films are bolded and films with unknown directors are marked with an asterisk (*). Lists adapted from Variety.

2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”— May 5

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” — May 26

Cars 3,” co-written by Kiel Murray — June 16

Thor: Ragnarok” — November 3

“Coco” — November 22

Star Wars: The Last Jedi” — December 15

Number of women-directed films: 0/6 films with known directors

Number of films with unknown director: Zero

2018

Black Panther ”— February 16

“A Wrinkle in Time,” directed by Ava Duvernay — March 9

Magic Camp” — April 6

Avengers: Infinity War”— May 4

Untitled Han Solo Star Wars Anthology Film — May 25

The Incredibles 2” — June 15

“Ant-Man and the Wasp ”— July 6

Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (Live Action) — August 3*

Mulan” (Live Action), directed by Niki Caro — November 2

Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-it Ralph 2,” co-written by Pamela Ribon — November 21

Mary Poppins Returns — December 25

Number of women-directed films: 2/10 (20%) films with known directors

Number of films with unknown director: 1

2019

Captain Marvel,” co-directed by Anna Boden — March 8

Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (Live Action) — March 29*

Untitled Disneytoon Studios — April 12*

Untitled Avengers — May 3

“Star Wars: Episode IX” — May 24

Toy Story 4,” co-written by Rashida Jones — June 21

The Lion King (Live Action) — July 19

Untitled Disney Live Action — August 9 Unknown*

Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (Live Action) — November 8*

Frozen 2, co-directed by Jennifer Lee — November 27

Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (Live Action) — December 20*

Number of women-directed films: 2/6 (33%) films with known directors

Number of films with unknown director: 5

2020

Untitled Pixar Animation — March 13*

Untitled Disney Live Action — April 3*

Untitled Marvel — May 1*

Untitled Pixar Animation — June 19*

Untitled Indiana Jones — July 10

Untitled Marvel — August 7*

Untitled Marvel — November 6*

Gigantic,” co-directed by Meg Lefauve — November 25

Number of women-directed films: 1/2 (50%) films with known directors

Number of films with unknown director: 6

Finally, there are three untitled projects slated for 2021, none of which have attached directors. Overall, women directors represent about 20 percent of the Disney films with attached directors. It’s a respectable number, but we expect more from the studio that brought us Moana, Mulan, and the “Frozen” sisters.

Only Five of Disney’s Slated Films Through 2021 Are Directed by Women was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Rachel Montpelier

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Why 2007 was a great year for film

17 April 2017 1:27 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark Allison Apr 18, 2017

10 years ago was was a high watermark in Hollywood - and British - filmmaking. We've been looking at why...

Ten years on, and 2007 must surely be remembered as one of the finest years in English-language film-making, quite possibly the best of this century so far. Like 1939, 1976, or 1994, it was one of those years in which a succession of veritable classics came into being. So many, in fact, that some of the best examples were cruelly overlooked by the hype machine of the day. A decade later, it’s high time to look back at 2007 for both its celebrated landmarks and forgotten masterpieces.

See related  Kevin Feige on Black Panther, female superhero movie Thor: Ragnarok - the first trailer

The 2007 Oscar race saw two equally worthy films competing for poll position; the Coen Brothers’ No Country For Old Men and Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood. »

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Lou Director Introduces Pixar's Newest Monster | Exclusive

16 March 2017 3:38 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

One of the great joys for many years when seeing a Pixar movie is not only the movie itself, but the original short film that play in front of the main feature. In some cases, these shorts are more memorable than the actual movies themselves. I have a feeling that may wind up being the case with Lou, the brand new short film from Pixar that will be playing ahead of Cars 3 this June.

Pixar decided to bring Lou to SXSW and treat some lucky audiences to the short before most of the world gets to see it when Cars 3 hits theaters on June 16. I was fortunate enough to catch it and Pixar has made some very memorable shorts, but this really ranks up there. Lou tugs at the heartstrings in the way only a Pixar project can and short film or not, it truly embodies everything we »

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Samuel L. Jackson Performs His Film Career in 10 Minutes (Watch)

9 March 2017 11:26 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

With an illustrious career and over 150 acting credits, Samuel L. Jackson is no stranger to performing. Yet, on Wednesday night’s episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” Jackson had the pressure of the host’s “Role Call” segment. Together, Jackson and Corden reenacted over two dozen of Jackson’s most iconic films… all in 10 minutes.

In white jersey T-shirts and black blazers, Corden asked Jackson, “Do you think we would be able to recreate some of those films right here, right now?”

“I don’t see why not,” Jackson replied before the duo embarked on a cinematic journey from “Goodfellas” to “Jurassic Park,” “Shaft” to “The Incredibles” and “Jackie Brown” to “Star Wars.”

Switching wigs and swapping ties and jackets at super speed, Jackson and Corden began with the 1994 film “Pulp Fiction” and ended with “Soul Men.” They were also sure to plug Jackson’s upcoming film “Kong: Skull Island,” which »

- Dani Levy

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Watch Samuel L. Jackson Revive His Pulp Fiction and Jurassic Park Characters

9 March 2017 11:23 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

One of the regular features on The Late Late Show With James Corden is called Role Call, where the host will recreate a number of iconic scenes with his guest that evening. Earlier this week, the iconic Samuel L. Jackson appeared on the show, and being the good sport that he is, agreed to take part in that night's Role Call, where the actor revisited his beloved Jules Winnfield character from Quentin Tarantino's indie classic Pulp Fiction. Throughout this 11-minute video, the star revisited a number of his most indelible performances, with the help of some props, wigs and fake backdrops.

The 11-minute video was posted on The Late Late Show's YouTube page, which begins with Jules Winnfield's iconic Biblical speech, and has James Corden playing the role of John Travolta's Vincent Vega. They then quickly transition to another early scene in the film where Vincent Vega »

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Samuel L. Jackson Reenacts His Career — ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Star Wars’ and More on ‘Late Late Show’

9 March 2017 10:36 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

On Wednesday night’s “The Late Late Show,” Hollywood’s busiest actor Samuel L. Jackson gave the audience a taste of just a fraction of his impressive career. He and James Corden decided to reenact scenes from 32 of the films (including his eight McU films rolled into one scene, and his “Star Wars” films combined) on his 100+ film resume.

Read More: Why Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ Never Got a Sequel

Using a chroma key visual effects screen, various wigs and hats, rolling furniture and a slew of props, the duo became quick-change artists who were able to switch from one character to another in an instant. It was all pretty damn impressive, especially when you add in the lines they had to memorize from scene to scene.

The actor went for the fan service first, delivering his signature monologue from his Oscar-nominated performance in “Pulp Fiction.” Despite the godawful wig, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Samuel L. Jackson Reenacts His Career — ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Star Wars’ and More on ‘Late Late Show’

9 March 2017 10:36 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

On Wednesday night’s “The Late Late Show,” Hollywood’s busiest actor Samuel L. Jackson gave the audience a taste of just a fraction of his impressive career. He and James Corden decided to reenact scenes from 32 of the films (including his eight McU films rolled into one scene, and his “Star Wars” films combined) on his 100+ film resume.

Read More: Why Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ Never Got a Sequel

Using a chroma key visual effects screen, various wigs and hats, rolling furniture and a slew of props, the duo became quick-change artists who were able to switch from one character to another in an instant. It was all pretty damn impressive, especially when you add in the lines they had to memorize from scene to scene.

The actor went for the fan service first, delivering his signature monologue from his Oscar-nominated performance in “Pulp Fiction.” Despite the godawful wig, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Samuel L. Jackson, James Corden Recreate Pulp Fiction, Jurassic Park, Snakes on a Plane, Django and More

9 March 2017 4:56 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

There’s no question what’s in Samuel L. Jackson’s wallet once you realize that the ubiquitous film star has been in practically every movie.

On Wednesday, Jackson — who is currently promoting Kong: Skull Island — partook in The Late Late Show With James Corden‘s signature “Role Call” segment, which enlists A-list talent to revisit their filmography via green-screen-enhanced reenactments all shot in one take.

VideosTom Cruise, Cuba Gooding Jr., Corden Recreate Jerry Maguire, Top Gun, Mission: Impossible and More

In total, Jackson and Corden “recreated” scenes (or, in the case of his work as Nick Fury in the Marvel films, »

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Jaws Live set to headline the Royal Albert Hall Festival of Film 2017

28 February 2017 6:57 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: David Sztypuljak

This morning the Royal Albert Hall have announced some of the movies set to play their annual Festival of Film with some iconic movies and composers in the mix. Set to headline the event is Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic Jaws which was of course scored by the wonderful John Williams.

The iconic score has never been played in full before in the UK and will be the pinnacle of the festival which will include parts of the score that were omitted from the final movie and will play on 21st October at both 14:30 and 19:30. The festival will also see the likes of 1991 comedy The Addams Family playing (playing 26th October) joined by celebrations of work from genius composers Michael Giacchino 20th October, 19:30pm (The Incredibles, Star Trek Beyond, Jurassic WorldRogue One), James Newton Howard on 3rd November, 19:30pm (Batman Begins, Blood Diamond, »

- David Sztypuljak

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Today in Movie Culture: Pixar's 'Pulp Fiction,' Romantic 'La La Land' Superfans and More

23 February 2017 11:00 PM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Reimagined Movie of the Day: Samuel L. Jackson voices a character in Pixar's The Incredibles, so he'd gladly return to the studio for an animated Pulp Fiction, right? See more of Pixar artist Josh Cooley's children's book versions of classic movies, including The Terminator, Fight Club and The Big Lebowski at Konbini (via Design Culture).    Movie Comparisons of the Day: Speaking of Pixar, see how their movies are altered for international distribution in Oh My Disney's side-by-side comparisons:   Video Essay of the Day: In the latest episode of Frame by Frame, Kyle shows how much Vincente Minnelli influenced Oscar...

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Samuel L. Jackson Talks Frozone’s Return in The Incredibles 2

17 February 2017 1:47 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Samuel L. Jackson doesn’t starve for work. Maybe I should’ve included explicit language in that remark, to make it more appropriate, but we can’t change the past, so let’s move on. The 68-year-old workaholic is constantly bouncing between Hollywood’s biggest and newest properties, and that won’t be changing any time soon.

The mega-popular actor will be reprising his supporting role as Frozone in Brad Bird’s The Incredibles 2, and while details are still scarce, he’s now revealed some brief teases regarding the icy superhero companion’s return to the big screen. Appropriately, it sounds pretty cool.

Speaking with Collider about next month’s Kong: Skull Island, Jackson talked briefly about his upcoming animated return. He couldn’t say much, of course, but he did confirm his involvement.

We’ve been in the studio one day so far. One day so far, but »

- Will Ashton

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Pixar Launches Free Online Course About Storytelling Featuring Studio’s Filmmakers

15 February 2017 11:05 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Pixar Animation Studios has launched the first of six free online lessons covering the art of storytelling, led by Pete Docter, Mark Andrews, and other filmmakers from the renowned Disney-owned studio.

The new series is available for free through online-education platform Khan Academy. Directors and story artists providing insights into Pixar’s creative process in the new series include Pete Docter, director of “Inside Out,” “Up” and “Monsters Inc.”; Mark Andrews, director and screenwriter of “Brave” and story supervisor on “The Incredibles”; Sanjay Patel, director of “Sanjay’s Super Team” and animator on “Ratatouille,” “Cars” and “Monsters, Inc.”; and Domee Shi, story artist on “Inside Out.”

The first of the storytelling lessons is available now at PixarInABox.org. The “Art of Storytelling” series will provide tips on how to make stories emotionally appealing as well as how to create characters and unique worlds. “We hope that by sharing how we tell stories, »

- Todd Spangler

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