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Where is the Pizza Planet Truck in 'Brave' and Other Pixar Easter Eggs Revealed

by Sean O'Connell July 3, 2012 @ 10:31 AM
Part of the fun of watching new Pixar films lies in spotting the traditional Easter eggs hidden by animators … and ‘Brave’ is no different. Were you able to see the infamous Pizza Planet truck in Merida’s kingdom? How about the standard tease for Pixar’s next movie, in this case ‘Monsters University?’ They’re both in there, and we’ll tell you where.

'Brave 2' - What's Next for Merida, the Warrior Princess?

by Christopher Campbell June 25, 2012 @ 12:28 PM
There is likelihood, or at least a possibility - that there will be a 'Brave 2.' The Pixar movie is a success, and while it would be nice for the wholly original tale to inspire more films not based on a pre-existing work, the truth is that it will sooner spin-off material related to itself, whether in the form of features, shorts or a television series. Hardcore Pixar fans may continue wishing for ‘Incredibles 2', but mainstream audiences with their short memories might be more easily sold on a return to the lush animated world of 10th century Scotland. And Disney, surely surprised by the film’s positive reception from boys, no longer has to fear the property is solely for the less-preferred female demographic.

'Monsters, Inc. 2' Trailer: Pixar Debuts Four 'Monsters University' Trailers

by Mike Sampson June 20, 2012 @ 6:56 AM
'Monsters, Inc. 2' (or 'Monsters University' as it's officially titled) is coming next summer for Disney-Pixar and if you're looking forward to the return of Mike and Sulley, we've got the first trailer for you today! Wait, what's that? We have four new trailers for you today? Yes, we do!

'Brave' Review

by Matt Singer June 18, 2012 @ 12:55 PM
A piece went viral on the Internet recently called 'The 22 Rules of Storytelling, According to Pixar,' and if anyone is qualified to create the rules of storytelling, it's the animation wizards who gave us 'Finding Nemo,' 'WALL-E,' 'Up,' and the 'Toy Story' trilogy. Looking over their list of rules, and comparing them against my lukewarm reaction to Pixar's latest animated film 'Brave,' I find myself hung up on Rule #3:
"#3: Trying for theme is important, but you won't see what the story is actually about until you're at the end of it. Now rewrite."