Respecting your elders is a staple of all cultures. But you really respect them when they can use their shoe like it’s a switchblade knife.
Animated films are notorious for sneaking little jokes and oddities into the frame. That’ll happen when each piece of the movie takes so long to create. But in Pixar’s Cars 3, there are so many Easter eggs, you literally could never, ever see them all by simply watching the movie.
If there’s one constant truth in the Disney Pixar films, it’s that Cars will never make sense. Every Cars movie that comes out only adds to the confusion, and the latest tidbits that’ll stick a potato in your tailpipe have to do with why there are no motorcycles in Cars world, but there are fairy tales.
When CGI became a useful means of creating animated features, it changed the shape of films radically. New contenders like Pixar entered and then dominated the animated filmmaking space. And according to one interpretation, they changed more than just the visuals.
Laughs, drama, music, family—the latest trailer for Pixar’s Coco has it all. While the last few trailers did a great job of hiding much of what Coco is, this new one sets up the story and stakes very directly. The result is more drama than before, but also more humor—and still plenty of gorgeous visuals. Check it out.
Early season’s greetings from your favorite (annoying) snowman who likes warm hugs! Frozen stars Josh Gad and Idina Menzel have shared some musical clips from the upcoming animated short, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.
It’s barely been a year since Netflix became the exclusive site for streaming Disney movies. Now, in a stunning reversal, the House of Mouse has announced it plans to pull its films from the service and start up one of its own in 2019.
When it comes to getting your hands on a signature superhero costume—one that people will remember you for—you’ve pretty much got three options. You can DIY it like a young Peter Parker, hire an emotionally-disturbed criminal to make you one like Daredevil, or you can request a meeting with Edna Mode.
With everything from Avengers: Infinity War and The Last Jedi footage to news about massive Disney theme park expansions, last weekend’s D23 Expo basically had it all. But there so many trailers, announcements, and reveals, it was hard to keep up with all the House of Mouse’s latest developments. Lucky for you, we’ve…
Anyone who is a fan of the Toy Story films was skeptical when Pixar announced they were making number four. One of the things that made it digestible, though, was that John Lasseter himself, was directing. He did not just the first two films, but was the current head of both Pixar and Disney Animation.
Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) will head up Pixar’s next film after Toy Story 4, an original, as-yet untitled “suburban fantasy adventure” that has deep personal meaning for the director. And yes, there are definitely going to be dragons involved.
The Incredibles came out in 2004. The Incredibles 2 will come out in 2018. But for the characters, no time at all will have passed.
One of the funniest bit’s in Pixar’s Inside Out is when Joy and Sadness end up at Dream Production Studios, where Riley’s dreams are made like a movie studio. The studio has a ton of posters on its walls from Riley’s most popular dreams, and now you can own one.
Someone get Pixar President Edwin Catmull on the phone. Fairly Oddparents creator Butch Hartman’s got some awesome ideas on how to bring some of Disney Pixar’s most popular movies to television.
Ten years ago today, a movie about a rat chef was released in theaters. Very quickly, audiences fell in love with it, it made tons of money, and eventually it won the Oscar for Best Animated Film. Brad Bird’s Ratatouille remains a unique, animated marvel, but its true greatness can boiled down to 20 seconds.
Disney Pixar’s Toy Story is one of those series that tugs at every single heart string, but it turns out there are few more to pull... as Andy’s dad might have one of the saddest stories in Pixar history.
A new short set in the world of Frozen will debut in front of Coco, and in it, Olaf the snowman (Josh Gad) travels the world, collecting winter holiday traditions to share with Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel), who have none of their own.
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…
In addition to training to be better racers, the next generation of cars is apparently built to be faster. Now we know how, but by whom? Still a mystery.
I might be the only person at Gizmodo that likes Sphero’s new Cars toy. My co-workers hate the way the robot announces it’s going to sleep, and the long animated process it takes to wake up. They’re also horrified by the very existence of sentient automobiles and tractors that moo. But my colleagues are too caught up…