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Brave!

And in the biggest Pixar news to hit the net today… we give you the first full trailer for ‘Brave’, it looks very cool indeed…

Planes!

Here’s the trailer for Disney’s spin-off of Pixar’s Cars – an original direct-to-video movie called Planes…

A day in the life of John Lasseter…

Brave teaser…

If Cars 2 ain’t up your alley then this just might do the trick, I CAN’T WAIT…

Cars Lego!

This is awesome a Cars 2 trailer created entirely out of Lego pieces. Brilliant stuff, which was commissioned by Disney/Pixar and the team at Lego and directed by Patrick Boivin

Cars 2!

I’m not a huge fan of the first Cars movie but I can understand the appeal for kids. This first full trailer for the sequel gives us a proper look at what the story is…

Spanish Buzz!

Here’s a cool clip from the Toy Story 3 DVD that features an interview with Pixar animator Carlos Baena, who was the lead animator on Spanish Buzz:

Lots-o-Huggin…

Here’s 2 very cool “fake” viral ads Pixar have created to push the new Toy Story movie! Just another example of “nobody does it better than Pixar”…

Double Happy!!!

If you love Disneyland like we do then you’ll get a kick out of this, they’re bringing Disney•Pixar characters to life in “World of Color,” the highly anticipated night time water show debuting at Disney’s California Adventure park this year.

Toy Stories in 3rd Dee…

Last night we were lucky enough to go to the preview screening of Toy Story 1 and 2 in 3D (yes it’s taken friggin’ ages to get here!) and it was awesome!! It’s been a while since I’d seen both films so it was a great experience to see them again on the big screen, in a full cinema with the audience really getting into it!
It’s hard to believe it’s been 15 years since we saw the 1st film on the big screen (that’s exactly half my life… yikes!) and to be honest some of the models don’t hold up well (Andy and Sid are particularly ugly) but that’s to be expected and doesn’t detract from just how good these movies are. And it’s a sign of a really good movie when it can make you feel all those same things you felt when you first saw the film all those years ago! I still remember the goose bumps I got during that first scene with Andy playing with all his toys, I knew straight away this was something I had never seen before, and I got them again last night!
There’s not much more to say except… YOU MUST GO SEE THESE FILMS, and if you have or know kids (or smelly grown-ups) that have never seen these movies, you’ve gotta take them, you won’t regret it!! It’s also a great way to get excited about this…