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When Dana Jung reviewed Tomorrowland here at We Are Movie Geeks, he wrote: “….The ideals that Walt Disney espoused, not only about vision and innovation, but about who we are as human beings on this planet, are alive and well in this mostly enjoyable summer action movie. I can only think that Walt would have approved!” Read all of Dana’s review Here
Dreamers Wanted…Disney invites you to an incredible world of epic imagination where anything is possible. Buckle your seat belt, as the director of The Incredibles takes your family on an action-packed thrill ride. Tomorrowland transports you on an inspiring and magical journey of wonder and adventure to a place where if you can dream it, you can do it. Own it on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere »
- Tom Stockman
Pixar is making a shift on a few upcoming movies and it looks like sequel fever is here to stay.
While sequels to Toy Story, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, and Cars had been announced in the past, it seems like a few of these titles would be getting new dates after an announcement by the studio on Thursday.
According to the release, Pixar would be shifting Toy Story 4 — which was to mark the release of director John Lasseter to the franchise — to June 15, 2018, pushing it a year back from its intended release. The old date was given to Cars 3, which will now come out on June 16, 2017.
Finding Dory, the Nemo sequel, is still set to be the studio’s solo 2016 release but it seems like we will be waiting even longer for The Incredibles 2, which is set to open on June 21, 2019. Writer/director Brad Bird has already »
- Zach Dennis
Back in March 2014, Disney announced that The Incredibles 2 is finally moving forward, with The Incredibles writer-director Brad Bird returning to the helm. While there is still much we don't know about the animated movie sequel, the studio announced today that The Incredibles 2 will hit theaters on June 21, 2019. As of now, no other movies have been slated for release on that day, but it comes just one week after Warner Bros.' Justice League Part 2 opens on June 14, 2019.
Writer-director Brad Bird revealed last month that the Incredibles 2 script is almost done. It isn't known yet if the filmmaker has finished his work on the script, or when we might get the first story details. He did tease in April that his sequel will examine superhero movie trends, which is fitting since his sequel will open between DC's Justice League Part 2 and Marvel's Inhumans (July 12, 2019).
When The Incredibles debuted in »
Disney's line-up through to 2020 has been announced with Incredibles 2 slated for 2019 and Toy Story 4 now due in 2018...
If you've been pining for a sequel to Pixar's 2004 hit, The Incredibles, we've good news and bad news for you. The good news is that it's definitely happening, with writer-director Brad Bird back at the helm. The bad news is that its release is still about four years away.
In September, Bird raised our hopes a little bit by stating that his animated superhero sequel was moving along nicely, with its release actually pushed in front of another Pixar follow-up, Cars 3, in the studio's running order. Disney's newly-announced slate of releases reveals that things have changed since that September interview. The Incredibles 2 is now scheduled for 2019, while Cars 3 is set for the summer of 2017.
Elsewhere on the Pixar slate, Toy Story 4, once set to hit cinemas on the 16th June »
Disney's upcoming Pixar film slate includes a lot of sequels: Its schedule, announced Thursday, features just two original additions to the Pixar universe out of the studio's next six films. Those two new films are the The Good Dinosaur (out next month) and the previously untitled Day of the Dead–themed Coco, set for 2017. We can now expect Brad Bird's long-awaited The Incredibles sequel to bow in 2019. Unfortunately, Toy Story fans will have to wait a year longer for its fourth installment; Toy Story 4 has been pushed back from 2017 to 2018. Here's what the next four years of Pixar currently looks like: The Good Dinosaur (November 25, 2015) Finding Dory (June 17, 2016) Cars 3 (June 16, 2017) Coco (November 22, 2017) Toy Story 4 (June 15, 2018) The Incredibles 2 (June 21, 2019) Disney's Jack and the Beanstalk imagining, Gigantic, has also been set for March »
- Dee Lockett
New York Comic Con is in full swing this week, and while there, Disney revealed a bunch of release dates for Pixar projects that are due out in the next few years.
"The Incredibles 2" is now expected to hit theaters on June 21, 2019, nearly 15 years after the first flick's release. Fans have been desperate for a sequel ever since "The Incredibles" debuted back in November 2004, and there has been plenty of talk from Pixar and director Brad Bird in the meantime (Disney also revealed at Nycc that most of the main characters, including Samuel L. Jackson's Frozone, are expected to return); now, at long last, moviegoers have a specific date they can circle on their calendars.
"Toy Story 4," meanwhile, has been pushed back from its previously-announced 2017 release date, and will instead debut the following summer. A release date of June 15, 2018 has now been slated, marking the longest drought »
- Katie Roberts
I am not a gun. In 1999, we had fully embraced the future of animation. Toy Story and A Bug’s Life had already put Pixar on the map and Toy Story 2 was due out before y2k forced us to recreate all computer technology (or not). Because not only were fully computer-animated movies coming out (in addition to the Pixar collection, Antz was another fairly celebrated film and the first Shrek was just on the horizon), they had good stories. They had celebrity voices. They had the backing of major studios who were turning what was once known as kid’s movies into a behemoth the whole family could enjoy and pay full price admission for. This is why a brilliant film like Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant largely gets forgotten. A 2-D, low-budget, Warner Bros. animation feature film was never supposed to have an impact on the box office. Add »
- Josh Radde
"That creature protected you - what is his name?!" Disney-Pixar have debuted the second full-length trailer for The Good Dinosaur, directed by Pete Sohn, about the adventures of Arlo, an Apatosaurus who gets lost and befriend a small human boy that he names Spot. Arlo is voiced by Raymond Ochoa, and the rest of the voice cast includes Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, A.J. Buckley, Anna Paquin and Sam Elliott. There's plenty of new footage in this, showing Arlo interacting with different dinosaurs including the goofy triceratops named Forrest Woodbush. This looks like a truly wonderful movie, I really can't wait to see it. Here's the second full trailer for Pete Sohn's The Good Dinosaur, directly from Disney's YouTube: You can still watch the other official Us trailer for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur here, to see even more. The Good Dinosaur is directed by Peter Sohn (director of Partly Cloudy, »
- Alex Billington
Today Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released Brad Bird's heartfelt The Iron Giant: Signature Edition on Digital HD available now at online shops to stream immediately such as Amazon (right here), iTunes, PlayStation, Google Play, Xbox and others. The film just wrapped up a short theatrical Fathom Events screening this past week.
A Blu-ray edition of The Iron Giant: Signature Edition is currently being prepared for a 2016 release date. We will pass along additional updates including the precise release date when it's available.
The Iron Giant was the directorial debut for Brad Bird who went on to direct hits such as The Incredibles, Ratatouille, and soon The Incredibles 2. It stars the voice talent of Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick Jr., and a much younger and then-lesser known Vin Diesel.
For the Signature Edition of the film, the audio and video elements were completely remastered and two additional scenes were added to the film. »
We live in an age when sequels are dropped into multiplexes on an almost weekly basis. In fact, if a week goes by when we don.t get one, it.s genuinely a surprise. Director Brad Bird has now joined the growing masses by voicing his concerns about the impact this is having on cinema, stating that the lack of originality is now "worrying." Brad Bird, who has overseen some of the most gorgeously unique original films of the last decade in the shape of The Incredibles and Ratatouille, while he also deserves kudos for at least attempting a big-scale original film with Tomorrowland, made his remarks while talking to Entertainment Weekly. Bird admitted that, even though some of his favorite films are sequels . I.m looking at you Empire Strikes Back . he believes more needs to be done to combat the increasing reliance on follow-ups. He explained: Many of »
"A single moment can change everything." Whoa! This looks great. Disney-Pixar have finally unveiled a must see new TV trailer for The Good Dinosaur, their November release, and it's the best look at the movie yet - explaining the story and featuring lots of dialogue. Arlo, an apatosaurus voiced by Raymond Ochoa, gets lost and befriends a human boy, who helps him fight of foes and make new friends. There are some fun lines in this: "If you ain't scared, you ain't alive". I'm really looking forward to it. Two brand new, original Pixar movies in one year! Don't know if I can handle that. This one looks heartfelt and fun. Enjoy! Here's the "A Single Moment" TV spot for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur, from YouTube (via Tmb): You can still watch the latest official Us trailer for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur here, to see even more. The Good Dinosaur »
- Alex Billington
During an interview with Coming Soon to promote the home entertainment release of Tomorrowland, director Brad Bird offered up a few more words on his upcoming Disney-Pixar sequel The Incredibles 2, revealing that it will contain some of his ideas that didn’t make it into the first movie.
“I had a bunch of ideas that I wanted to put in The Incredibles, but they just didn’t fit,” said Bird. “Certain ideas fit, but other things make you go, ‘This is great, but I’d have to give up two other things that matter more to me to get this other thing in.’ So there were a pile of ideas left over from The Incredibles, but it’s not a big thing. There were little scenes and things that I was interested in. I wanted to come up with sort of an over-arching idea that connected to the first film that went somewhere different. »
- Gary Collinson
Despite its box-office fizzle, Brad Bird's "Tomorrowland" hopes to fare better with audiences in its home video release on October 13th. Ahead of that, Bird spoke with Coming Soon about his next project - Pixar's "The Incredibles" sequel.
Asked if the past decade since the first film's release had impacted his view of the characters and his approach to the sequel, he says:
"I don't think I could have made this movie right away. Nor would I want to. I always want to break things up with something else. I know some directors who have done a movie and then, the very next thing they do is the sequel to that movie.
Unless it's 'Lord of the Rings' and it was always conceived of us doing it that way, I will always want to break it up with something else and then come back to it. That said, I'm »
- Garth Franklin
Brad Bird ended his 2004 animated family adventure The Incredibles with the perfect set up for a sequel. A new threat in The Underminer (John Ratzenberger) had surfaced, and the Parr family . now embracing their superhero identities . was ready to engage. It.s possible Bird may start with this idea for The Incredibles 2, because the director is starting to reveal how threads from the original movie are definitely influencing his upcoming sequel. Brad Bird was speaking with ComingSoon at an event to promote the DVD release of Tomorrowland. Naturally, Bird.s upcoming The Incredibles 2 came up, and the director revealed that several ideas he had while working on the original film have helped him shape the overall direction of the sequel. He says: I had a bunch of ideas that I wanted to put in The Incredibles, but they just didn.t fit. . There were little scenes and things »
"I had a bunch of ideas that I wanted to put in The Incredibles, but they just didn't fit," Bird told Coming Soon.
"Certain ideas fit, but other things make you go, 'This is great, but I'd have to give up two other things that matter more to me to get this other thing in'. So there were a pile of ideas left over from The Incredibles.
"There were little scenes and things that I was interested in. I wanted to come up with sort of an over-arching idea that connected to the first film that went somewhere different. That's the one that took a little more time. »
Pixar's filmography contains many exemplary works, of which Brad Bird's The Incredibles surely stands among the company's very best. It's been more than ten years since The Incredibles introduced us to the super-powered Parr family but a sequel is finally in the works. Coming Soon spoke with director Brad Bird, who began writing the sequel this spring, about what we... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
"You got no business being out here." The newest international trailer for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur has debuted, and it actually features footage of the dinosaurs speaking! We know they all have voices, but as of yet we haven't heard much of them in any of the trailers for Pixar's second completely original movie out this year. The main voice we get to hear is that of Sam Elliott as the T-Rex named Butch, plus a little bit of Raymond Ochoa as Arlo, the main green apatosaurus that befriends the little human boy. Remember the concept in this flips things around - dinosaurs evolved to talk, humans are pets. And it still looks wonderful. Here's the newest international trailer for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur, found directly on YouTube: You can still watch the latest official Us trailer for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur here, to see even more. The Good Dinosaur »
- Alex Billington
Brad Bird (The Incredibles) has said he would like to make another 2D animation using the hand-drawn style he used for 1999 classic The Iron Giant, which is about to return to Us cinemas in a remastered form.
See Also: Watch the trailer for The Iron Giant: Signature Edition
Speaking to Collider, Bird said that he believes hand-drawn animation is still “valid” and noted the potential to make films in another genres using the medium.
“I absolutely think that hand-drawn animation is valid and I actually hope to do one in the future with a large budget and a longer schedule than we had on The Iron Giant,” he said.
Bird also spoke about the potential for 2D hand-drawn animation as a vessel for horror cinema.
“There’s never been a horror movie in animation executed at Disney-level quality and hand-drawn, »
- Tom Beasley
There aren’t many high quality hand-drawn animated horror movies available these days, and filmmaker Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Iron Giant, Tomorrowland) hopes to change that fact at some point down the road. During a recent chat with Collider’s Matt Goldberg,… Continue Reading →
The post Director Brad Bird Wants to Make a Hand-Drawn Animated Horror Movie appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Todd Rigney
Back in April, The Incredibles director Brad Bird revealed he has started the screenplay for the long-awaited sequel The Incredibles 2. While it has been 11 years since the original animated hit debuted in theaters, fans are still hungry for a follow-up to this superhero adventure, and while we still don't know when it may hit theaters, the sequel is most certainly happening. During a new interview with Collider, Brad Bird revealed he is almost done with his first draft of the script, although he wouldn't reveal any story details.
"I have the story arc. I'm probably three-quarters through the script, first pass through the script, but we're already boarding parts of it. I've got a lot of people that worked on the first one working on it, so we're all having a good time with it."
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