- Geek & Sci-Fi
Is Brad Bird directing Star Wars: Episode VII? Probably not. BUT...still probably not. BUT BUT...
Rex, the green dinosaur from Toy Story, gets a chance to shed his party-pooper past in Disney•Pixar's new animated short.
Featured mashup videos of the week, including "Seasons of Love" performed in Klingon by Rachel Bloom, Toy Story Expendables, Game of Bones, and Chuck Norris versus Mario and Pac-Man.
The plot similarities being what they are it's kind of hard to believe it has TAKEN this long for a YouTuber to FIND the inspiration to mash up the audio from the original Taken trailer with the animation from Finding Nemo.
Artist <a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/kylelambertportfolio" target="_blank">Kyle Lambert</a> shows you how to draw some of your favorite PIXAR characters: Buzz from Toy Story, Mike from Monsters, Inc.
A computer programmer in California spent the last two years of his life working on a real-life, functioning WALL-E. It was worth it.
Andrew Stanton made his live-action debut with John Carter earlier this year, which, despite being what I thought was a pretty enjoyable movie, lost Disney <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/03/disney-expects-to-lose-200-million-on-john-carter-the-biggest-movie-loss-ever" target="_blank">$200 million dollars</a>.
In a summer that has already seen delicious, disastrous bombs for Battleship, Adam Sandler's latest movie, and Rock of Ages, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter grossed just $16.
I've always been a big Pixar supporter (I DON'T CARE WHO I PISS OFF BY SAYIN' I LOVE WALL-E, I DIDN'T GET WHERE I AM BY BEIN' AFRAID OF CONTROVERSY), but after a couple of Cars movies and Brave looking like the most uninspired of female-protagonist plots (I didn't get to go to my press screening so I can't confirm this yet), you wonder if the brand has lost its luster.
Well if he didn't want it, he shouldn't have been dressed that way.
Pixar released this two and a half minute clip/trailer from its upcoming film Brave yesterday, and it's.
Pixar's latest movie, Brave,<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/11/pixars-latest-looks-kind-of-meh" target="_blank"> looks like</a> a medieval Scottish version of Whip It, where the main girl's family want her to wear dresses and braid hair, but she's all like "WHATEVER, I'MA DO TOMBOY STUFF INSTEAD.
One's a baseball team with a kind-of racist name.
I can't remember if Dug, the dog from Up, ever joined Carl or Russell on a see-saw in the movie, but this dog's passing resemblance to the Up dog was more than enough for me to dedicate an entire post to it.
"There's only two things I hate in this world.