Lava

Next Summer, when you finally sit down to see a new Pixar movie, you’ll first see Lava. It’s the company’s latest short film, directed by James Ford Murphy, which will play before Pete Docter’s Inside Out starting on June 19, 2015. The short stars a massive Hawaiian volcano named Uku who sits in the ocean, century after century, singing about his desire for love. Or, as he calls it, “Lava.”

The entire short is told through song. Below, you can finally get a glimpse at the short and listen to the beautiful song. Watch a clip from Pixar’s Lava below. Read More »

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First Look Lava

In the wonderful world of Pixar, romance isn’t just for human beings or even animals. It’s also for dolls, cars, robots, and umbrellas — and now it’s for gigantic landforms as well.

The latest Pixar short Lava centers around two volcanos who fall in love. And why not? Once you get a peek at Uku’s adorable mug, you might find yourself feeling some affection for this big hunk of rock, too. Get your first look at Lava after the jump.

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Lava short film

In keeping with tradition, Pixar’s Inside Out will be preceded by an animated short at the theater. This week, Pixar offered a little more detail about what that short film would be.

The first poster and details for Lava, a musical short directed by Pixar’s head of animation James Ford Murphy, have just hit the web. Get those, plus a high-res look at Inside Out‘s new logo, after the jump.

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