Finding Nemo

The Tank Gang Makes a Daring Escape in Deleted 'Finding Dory' Scene

by Charles Bramesco October 18, 2016 @ 10:47 AM
This past summer's Finding Dory made a big splash at cineplexes (pardon me while I self-immolate), enchanting kid- and adult-aged viewers alike while running up the year's highest domestic gross. On the unfortunate side, however, the de rigueur short runtime of children's programming meant that some bits of the film had to be left on the cutting room floor like so many discarded fish eyeballs. Today, one lost sequence from Pixar's latest smash has been recovered and brought to the viewing public's attention.

15 Fishy Facts About Pixar’s ‘Finding Nemo’

by ScreenCrush Staff June 26, 2015 @ 7:56 AM
Like all of Pixar’s films, Finding Nemo has a lot of references to other movies, past and present. If you look closely you can spot characters from The Incredibles, Toy Story and Cars, plus lots of other fun references from the Pixar team. This is just one of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which just keeps swimming with Finding Nemo!

Pixar Like You've Never Seen: Supercut Celebrates These Colorful Films

by Nick Romano September 9, 2014 @ 9:42 AM
Rishi Kaneria, Vimeo
From 'A Bug's Life' to 'Finding Nemo,' Pixar's many movies have wowed movie lovers since it's very first work, 'Toy Story' in 1995. While there are many aspects that make up a Pixar creation, these films have bathed in colorful sequences, and a new supercut celebrates just that.

Weekend Box Office Report: 'Resident Evil' VS 'The Master'

by Jacob Hall September 16, 2012 @ 3:42 PM
The Weinstein Co.
How do you define a hit? What's more important: total gross or actual audience enthusiasm? The answer to this question will help us decide who actually won the weekend. Call it the "Battle of the Paul Andersons": Paul WS Anderson's 'Resident Evil: Retribution' and Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' both opened this week and both had completely different results, but they beg to be compared to each other.

Andrew Stanton Talks 'Finding Nemo 2' and the Failure of 'John Carter'

by Jacob Hall September 8, 2012 @ 3:35 PM
When 'John Carter' bombed earlier this year, it looked like director Andrew Stanton was going to be thrown into director's jail. Although his live action debut may have lost Disney upwards of $200 million, there was always one place for Stanton to retreat: Pixar, the animation studio he helped found and the place where his work won him two Academy Awards. Then came the news that Stanton was going to lick his wounds by making a surefire success: 'Finding Nemo 2.' The cynics scoffed and rolled their eyes, but the director has a response for them.

New Movie Releases -- September 2012

by Britt Hayes August 16, 2012 @ 10:56 AM
FilmDistrict, Weinstein Company, Lionsgate
It's the end of summer, so celebrate by heading to the theater to check out this month's new releases. We've got the latest from Rian Johnson, a new raunchy female-centric comedy, an animated trip to a spooky hotel, and the highly-anticipated new film from Paul Thomas Anderson.

New 'Toy Story' Short Premiering With 'Finding Nemo' 3D Emerges With Photos and Details

by Britt Hayes August 9, 2012 @ 12:30 PM
The 'Toy Story' saga may be over in feature format, but the toys live on in short films. The first, 'Hawaiian Vacation,' premiered with 'Cars 2,' and the hilarious 'Small Fry' played before 'The Muppets' last year. We have all the details on the third (!!!) 'Toy Story' short, titled 'Partysaurus Rex,' which will hit theaters with the 3D re-release of 'Finding Nemo' next month.

There's Something Fishy About the New 'Finding Nemo 3-D' Trailer

by Damon Houx May 21, 2012 @ 8:45 PM
Until 'Toy Story 3,' 'Finding Nemo' was Pixar's most successful film, and it could be again when it hits theaters in a 3-D version this September. There's a little more than $75 Million that separates their grosses, and reissues have been known to do well. We're guessing it's going to retake the throne. Check out the trailer for the upcoming re-release.