In the second trailer for Pixar’s Coco, we get more of the eye candy seen in the first—as well as a better glimpse of the film’s warm, gentle humor and some of the themes that’ll drive its plot. After a very special guitar transports a young boy and his dog to the Land of the Dead, he meets some long-departed…
Fantastic Beasts 2 is looking for some younger versions of its cast of characters. Legends of Tomorrow recruits a mystical new heroine. The brains behind Stranger Things discuss the role of the monsters in season two. Plus extensive new looks at The Mummy and Transformers: The Last Knight. Behold, Spoilers!
Disney Pixar has released a new short for its upcoming animated film Coco, introducing main character Miguel’s hairless dog, Dante. All he wants is a little snack, but as he learns the hard way, you shouldn’t rob the dead.
We’ve been hearing about Pixar’s next movie for a while now, but this morning we finally got our first good look at Coco, the studio’s new movie about a boy, a magic guitar, and the Land of the Dead. And it looks very pretty.
And there are hints of another major Star Wars character who could appear. More Inhumans set pictures give us another glimpse at a key hero. Plus, new clips from Guardians of the Galaxy and Transformers: The Last Knight, and another look at Peter Serafinowicz in his new costume for The Tick. Spoilers get!
Up until now, we’ve only seen concept art from Pixar’s upcoming film, Coco. On Monday, Pixar tweeted the first actual image from the 2017 holiday film, directed Toy Story 3's Lee Unkrich.
Pixar only released one film in 2016, the hit Finding Dory, but next year they’ll release two: the sequel Cars 3 and the original film Coco, directed by Toy Story 3's Lee Unkrich. We’ve known Coco is about the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos, for a while, but now we know the real heart of the story.
Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz just announced that he’s joining the crew of Pixar’s Coco, an upcoming movie inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead. Why is this news? Well, in addition to being a fantastic artist and the creator of the syndicated comic strip La Cucaracha, Alcaraz is a political cartoonist who’s been sharply…
When the toy army men rappelled from the ceiling to mark the end of Disney’s D23 Expo Animation and Pixar panel, it looked like an invasion. It sort of had been. An invasion of clips, stars and news from the upcoming slate of the company’s bread and butter genre.
Good news for fans of Conan O'Brien's new show: TBS will be making full episodes of Conan available online the day after they air.
Well, well, well. Look who decided to drop by the 5th ave Apple Store's iPhone 4 line? I guess Conan needed a break from his busy schedule of, uh, well...I guess he just was in the area. [Huffington Post]
So the screen on your PowerBook died. Do you a) grab a hammer, b) foul mouth Apple as your hot wife stands by, or c) demand a &%$# Snapple? If you're Ice-T, the answer is all of the above.
This Coco Chanel phone has a leg up on other fashion phones by being an actually unique and new design, but takes a blow by being a mere concept based around technology that may or may not have been made up for the purpose of justifying a neat-looking Photoshop. Let's see if any of you can tell me how much sense the…
This looks straight out of some exotic place—we're guessing Japan—where a straight nose is important enough to make a gadget for. We're not convinced that Cleopatra's was the ultimate in shnozzes, but if this is "indispensable for your beautiful nose, you wouldn't miss a chance", then we're in for five.