Disney+ has released the first look at its new main character of its Monsters, Inc. spin-off series, Monsters at Work. While Monsters at Work, which takes place six months after the events of the original movie, will feature the original film’s cast, including John Goodman and Billy Crystal reprising their roles, the new series will center on a brand new character known as Tylor Tuskmon, “an eager and talented mechanic.” Get your first look at Tylor Tuskmon below.
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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, watch a storyboard breakdown of the climactic, exciting door chase from Pixar Animation’s Monsters Inc., Vanity Fair breaks down everything they learned about Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker, and Tom Hanks answers some burning questions from Ellen DeGeneres. Read More »
Monsters Inc. is getting incorporated into the Disney+ streaming service. A Monsters Inc TV series titled Monsters at Work will reunite the original movie cast, including John Goodman and Billy Crystal, who so memorably played Sulley and Mike Wazowski in Monsters Inc. and its prequel film Monsters University. Now they’ll be reprising their roles in Monsters at Work with several other original cast members, as well as franchise newcomers Ben Feldman, Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, and Lucas Neff.
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Even though we’re way too far out from the holidays to even consider decorating, the folks at Hallmark like to get a head start on the season with the unveiling of their new batch of Keepsake Ornaments for your Christmas tree. Every single year there are dozens of amazing new ornaments from your favorite movies and TV shows, and that includes a bunch of new ones from Pixar’s movies like Inside Out, Up, Incredibles 2, Cars 3, and the upcoming Toy Story 4.
Below, check out the new Pixar Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments that will be available this summer and fall. Read More »
Around the holidays, families love getting cozy around the fireplace, whether they’re roasting chestnuts or not. However, there are some families who just don’t have a fireplace. Thankfully, our advanced technology and readily available access to streaming video has made life without a fireplace not so terrible because we can have a video loop of a toasty fireplace playing in our living rooms. And this year, Disney has delivered a special Pixar fireplace featuring stockings inspired by some of their beloved characters from WALL-E, Toy Story and Monsters Inc.
Check out the Pixar fireplace below and cue it up for the holiday season. Read More »
Every movie has its early drafts, some of which never see the light of day. But the rise of concept art books and juicy “How Did This Get Made”-style oral histories have left nary a stone unturned in the vast movie development landscape.
Pixar boasts some of the most critically acclaimed and universally beloved animated films of the past 20 years, largely in part thanks to the animation studio’s meticulous attention to detail and story. Pixar films can take up to six years to get made, with films going through several drafts and concepts before they finally hit the big screen. Early versions of films like Toy Story or Finding Nemo may be virtually unrecognizable to us. But Pixar has opened its tight vault of undiscovered ideas to fans, and revealing some of its weirdest and most intriguing scrapped ideas for its films.
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Edgar Wright drops a few references during Baby Driver. His new thriller tips its hat to a few titles and even has movies play a unique, surprisingly substantial role in his new film. One of those movies is a Pixar film that’s thematically related to Wright’s story of a silent, music-loving getaway driver.
Below, learn how the director got to reference the Pixar movie in his R-rated movie. Spoilers for a great joke ahead.
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Though Pixar Animation puts out some of the most popular animated movies in the business, but for the most part, they haven’t tried to bring their movies to TV. There have been shorts like Toy Story That Time Forgot and Toy Story of Terror, as well as shorts like the Cars Toons and Toy Story Toons. Plus, there was a 2D animated series called Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. But Fairly OddParents creator Butch Hartman has some great ideas for Pixar TV shows that would spin-off from some of their movies.
Hear Butch Hartman’s Pixar TV show pitches below along with some awesome art illustrating them. Read More »
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Whenever there’s a conversation about the work of Pixar, it tends to shift into emotional reactions their films produce. And when you’ve been having these conversations for as long as I have, you tend to notice that the same specific moments are always brought up. These would likely include the emotional rollercoaster that begins Up, the intense start to Finding Nemo, or the edge-of-your-seat climax of Toy Story 3. But with such a rich catalog of feature films (and shorts), there are many funny, lovely, and truly bizarre moments within the company’s history that seem to never get the spotlight they deserve.
So with the release of Cars 3 this week, it seems only right that a new list of moments needed to be created. Some of these are funny and others might make you cry, but as with anything related to the house that made Buzz and Woody, there’s a lot of mushy feelings involved. So sit back, grab onto your Luxo Jr. ball, and let’s take a look into some of the more underrated Pixar moments.
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Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. This week’s edition asks “Which comedy also makes you cry a whole bunch?”As always, we have submissions from the /Film writing crew and podcast team, along with some special guests. This week, we are joined by The Sick co-writer/star Kumail Nanjiani and co-writer Emily V. Gordon.
If there’s a comedy that makes your living room a little dusty whenever you watch it, send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured on the site. Find our favorite weepy comedies below!
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