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Pixar's 'Inside Out' Cast Includes Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling and More

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by Nick Romano August 9, 2013 @ 2:22 PM
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Following presentations for Disney-Pixar properties 'The Good Dinosaur,' the upcoming 'Monster's University' short film, 'Party Central,' and 'Finding Dory,' this year's D23 Expo brought out director Peter Doctor and producer Jonas Riviera to introduce their upcoming project, 'Inside Out.'

'Finding Dory' Casts Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy and Ty Burrell, Teases Plot

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by Nick Romano August 9, 2013 @ 1:52 PM
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'Finding Dory,' the sequel to the Pixar hit 'Finding Nemo,' was featured during this year's D23 Expo in California. While no new footage was offered, as production has only just begun, director Andrew Stanton and producer Lindsey Collins revealed some of the new cast members in the film, as well as a few interesting plot details.

'The Good Dinosaur' Reveals Plot, Cast and Footage at D23 Expo 2013

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by Nick Romano August 9, 2013 @ 1:21 PM
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After debuting the new 'Monster's University' short film, 'Party Central,' during this year's D23 Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, Disney's chief creative office, John Lasseter, introduced the 'The Good Dinosaur,' the Pixar movie the short will premiere in front of in theaters.

'Monsters University' Short Film, 'Party Central,' Debuts at D23 Expo

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by Nick Romano August 9, 2013 @ 1:01 PM
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During the third-annual D23 Expo, held at the Anaheim Convention Center in California, event host and Disney's chief creative officer John Lasseter debuted a brand-new 'Monsters University' short film, 'Party Central,' which will make its theatrical premiere in front of the upcoming Pixar film 'The Good Dinosaur.'

How a Pixar Movie is Made: Behind the Scenes of 'Monsters University' With Story Supervisor Kelsey Mann

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by Mike Sampson June 19, 2013 @ 3:39 PM
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Pixar makes a lot of movies. A lot of great movies. So how do they do it? And more importantly, how do they keep doing it? We were invited to visit the Pixar campus in Emeryville, California to watch the 'Monsters University' team work and try to answer that very question.
First up is Story Supervisor, Kelsey Mann. He is responsible for all the storyboards for 'Monsters University,' which serve as the framework for the film, while it is being animated. We met Mann inside a plush movie theater with a workstation at the center hooked directly into the screen. He took out a digital pen and a drawing board and immediately began sketching out a scene from the film when Mike Wazowski enters his dorm room and turns on the lights. It's a drawing that would take you or I about three hours to finish but he completed three storyboards (and had them animated) in about three minutes.
We spoke to Mann about what it's really like to work at Pixar (a lot harder than you'd think), the true story behind that "Pixar's Rules of Storytelling" post that went viral (it's not actually from Pixar) and what 'Star Wars' movie he wishes Pixar could make.

All the Pixar Movies Ranked From Worst to Best!

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by Jacob Hall June 18, 2013 @ 9:15 AM
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There are no film studios that inspire such fervent loyalty as Pixar. Since 'Toy Story' in 1995, the Disney-owned company has consistently raised the bar when it comes to animation, pumping out masterpieces (and a dud here and there) on the regular. To look at the complete Pixar filmography is to look at a list of some of the best movies released in the past twenty years.
With 'Monsters University' opening this Friday, it's time to place all 14 of Pixar's feature films (and their many short films!) side-by-side and see which ones come out on top. Which Pixar film is the best? Which one is the worst? Well, let's take a look...

'Monsters University' Review

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by Matt Singer June 18, 2013 @ 7:19 AM
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College is not an obvious setting for a Pixar movie. For all the vaunted animation studio's reputation for producing mature, adult children's films, college lends itself to a more immature brand of adult humor -- the kind with lots of nudity, profanity, and outrageous drunken antics. Sure enough, Pixar's 'Monsters University' brings new meaning to the phrase "safe school" -- this G-rated riff on 'Revenge of the Nerds' and 'Animal House' (they probably thought about calling it 'Monster House' at some point, right? They had to) doesn't push any envelopes in terms of content or humor. It's basically a formula college comedy, minus the raunch, in the world of 'Monsters Inc.' Nevertheless, it's a formula executed by some very talented animators, who've produced a lively, if mostly forgettable, movie.