Ever since Disney and Pixar announced they’d be making The Incredibles 2, I’ve been obsessed with it. Partially that’s because I’m such a huge fan of Brad Bird’s original, pitch perfect superhero team/family film. But also it’s because I can’t figure out how the hell they’re going to make it work.
The NY Times got a rare glimpse at Pixar's animation process and even better, a tour of Pixar's offices. It's filled with delicious nuggets from the most consistent (and probably best) movie studio of our time. Did you know Steve Jobs designed a building there? Or that they have a secret speakeasy room? Or enough…
We love Pixar around here. Who doesn't? Which is why this Pixar Studio Stories series is such a delight: animated, behind the scenes goodies from the company's illustrious history—including when they nearly lost most of Toy Story 2.