Not everybody can catch every single movie out there in theaters. Sometimes a couple of the films we end up loving we never got the chance to see when during it's theatrical run. So if you were one of the unfortunate people who wasn't able to see 'Ratatouille' or even 'Up' in theaters, AMC Theatres is giving you the chance to finally watch them, and other Pixar classics, on the big screen.
When you're Pixar it's good to take chances, and there's something of a gamble in their upcoming film 'Brave.' It's their first film to have a female lead, which means that they're encroaching on Disney's Princess territory. It's good to give yourself a challenge, and it appears that's what Pixar has done. We've got some new stills, check them out.
CinemaCon has led to some footage presentations and interviews, but one of the biggest bits of news is Pixar updating their slate. At D23 last year they announced two titles, and now they've provided even more information about those two, while also announcing a third title to be directed by Lee Unkrich.
Have you seen the new trailer for 'Brave' yet? It's, by far, the best trailer yet for this year's Pixar film - an animated fairy tale with a female lead; a first for Pixar. The 'Brave' trailer has gotten a great response online so far but a lot of people have one burning question: What is that beautiful Scottish song playing at the end of the video?
We’ve learned a decent amount about ‘Brave’ over the last few weeks … and yet, I’m still not exactly sure what it’s about. I mean, we’ve met Merida, the arrow-slinging ginger at the lead of Pixar’s latest. And we know she embarks on some adventure in the Scottish highland. But what’s the significance of the massive bear? And what is that mysterious blue flame?
A new trailer, out today, tries to shed some light on the ‘Brave’ mysteries.
In an effort to aid in Japan's recovery from the devastation of the Fukushima tsunami and earthquake, Pixar and its stable of artists have put an amazing collection of original art and collectibles on the auction block via eBay and, in addition to feeling charitable, you could own some really cool stuff.
Bow-and-arrow sets are going to be huge this year, thanks to ‘Hunger Games’ heroine Katniss Everdeen, ‘The Avengers’ warrior Hawkeye, and Merida, the red-headed star of Pixar’s forthcoming ‘Brave.’ She and a handful of other animated characters take center stage in four new ‘Brave’ posters.