Whenever Hallmark releases their line-up of ornaments for the new year, there are a plethora of them inspired by the movies of Pixar Animation. This year is no exception as the ornaments include characters from Inside Out, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles 2, WALL-E, Toy Story, Monsters Inc., and one of the recurring Easter eggs from all of Pixars movies. Check out the new assembly of 2020 Pixar Hallmark Christmas ornaments below. Read More »
Netflix has long been averse to releasing viewership statistics for its original titles, but the streaming giant is never reluctant to toot its own horn when it comes to “popularity.” And with the streaming field set to become more splintered than ever before in 2020 — with newcomers like Disney+, Apple TV+, HBO Max, Peacock, and Quibi poised to threaten the current dominion held by Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu — it’s fitting for Netflix to make a show of strength with its annual “most popular” list. And the list of Netflix’s most popular titles of 2019 is a great indicator of what’s in store for us in the future: more Netflix originals, more Stranger Things, and lots of Adam Sandler taking expensive vacations with his friends.
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Some super new Incredibles 2 images are here, showcasing a behind-the-scenes look at Pixar’s highly anticipated sequel. Below you’ll see some progressions from sketch to final rendering, storyboards, and concept art.
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Hot on the heels of the announcement of a new LEGO video game featuring the superhero family from Pixar Animation, a new TV spot for Incredibles 2 has arrived with some fresh footage from the anticipated sequel arriving this summer. Read More »
There’s something magical about watching a Pixar short. You go into one without any clue what to expect except for something truly spectacular — whether it be a feat of technological prowess, a wacky creative experiment, or a peek into another culture.
It sounds like the new Pixar short is a combination of all three. Bao, the Pixar short set to screen in front of Incredibles 2 this summer, will follow a lonely empty-nester mother who is delighted when a baby dumpling comes to life.
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What do Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Marvel, DC, Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean all have in common? Sure, they all have their own successful film franchises, but they also all have their own LEGO video games. Now, Disney’s computer animated super family is about to join them.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group, Disney and Pixar have announced that The Incredibles are getting their own LEGO video game inspired by both the original Pixar Animation film from 2004 and the forthcoming sequel arriving this summer. Watch the trailer for the LEGO The Incredibles video game below. Read More »
All your family vacations will pale in comparison to the summer that the Parrs are about to have. Incredibles 2 is gearing up for its highly anticipated summer release, dropping a new poster showing our favorite super family catching some rays.
See the new Incredibles 2 poster below.
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This summer sees the release of The Incredibles 2, the highly anticipated sequel that Pixar fans have wanted to see since the first film hit theaters in 2004. Computer animation has come a long way since then, and even though our favorite superhero family looks a little more refined, it’s still the same superhero family that we all love.
Disney and Pixar Animation released a new The Incredibles 2 trailer in the middle of all the Olympics coverage tonight, and we finally get to see more of the Bob, Helen, Violent, Dash and Jack-Jack in action. It looks like The Avengers are going to have a run for their money this summer. Read More »
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The Incredibles 2 has just revealed its official voice cast line-up, full of returning actors and some fresh faces (er, voices). The line-up includes the film’s original family of superheroes while also revealing new plot details and brand new characters. See the Incredibles 2 voice cast below.
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Now that we’ve closed the book on the year 2017, it’s time we start looking forward to what the year 2018 has in store for us on the big screen.
Just before the end of last year, we featured Final Cut 2017 with one final look back at the dozens of movies that held out attention (or at least tried to) throughout the year. Now we have First Cut 2018 with a preview of the movies on the way, or at least those that have released trailers so far. Read More »