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ComingSoon.net reports on a recent Hollywood Reporter interview with director Brad Bird. In it he says he would be interested in doing a sequel to his hit Pixar film The Incredibles. He also makes it public he was offered to direct Star Wars Episode VII and explains why he turned it down.
IGN talked to Pixar's John Lasseter about the potential for a sequel to The Incredibles and
The Hollywood Reporter writes about the The Incredibles Revisited bonus feature on The Incredibles Blu-ray. An excerpt...
... is the most insightful since it flirts, underneath plenty of laughs from Brad Bird, producer John Walker and other key personnel, with the revelatory concept that making these Pixar classics isn’t easy and that just because the animators work together doesn’t mean they always get along.
The roundtable discussion gets into it almost immediately with a story of how a high-level, but unnamed and no-longer-at-the-studio, exec (let the guessing begin) was against the project, didn’t think it should be animated, and was lecturing Bird on what was and wasn’t possible with animation.
Coming Soon reports that their "Toy Story 3" blu-ray contained a flyer announcing "The Incredibles" are coming to blu-ray Spring 2011.
Now through November 8, you can view "The Disney-Pixar Collection" including Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille and Wall-E on demand via your television provider or favorite digital retailer. These films along with Disney-Pixar's UP (which is not currently available on demand), will continue to be offered for download to own. Disney-Pixar also announces Toy Story 3 will be available for digital download beginning November 2.
Oakland North reviews the 25 years of Pixar Exhibit at the Oakland Museum. The exhibit has travelled the globe since its 2005 premiere at MOMA. For the Oakland presentation they have unveiled a new element, an “Artscape” movie -- an immersive experience that "reveals what artists at Pixar saw when they created works displayed in this exhibition,” according to director of the “Artscape,” Andrew Jimenez, “It’s immersive, you go into something and have it surround you.”
The Hollywood Reporter examines the question: Will the international campaign for "Up" top other Pixar pics from the past six years, including 2004's "The Incredibles," 2006's "Cars," 2007's "Ratatouille"?
Tonight's movie screening at the History Center of Olmsted County has been changed to "Kung Fu Panda" since Disney's licensing prohibits outdoor presentations of "The Incredibles" before Aug 15.
"Ratatouille" and "The Incredibles" composer Michael Giacchino will conduct the live orchestra at the 81st Academy Awards.
Pixar's deal with Boom Studios will bring "The Incredibles" to a comic book series that will explore the dynamics of the superfamily dynamics.
Tickets are on sale now for the August 10th presentation highlighting Normand Roger’s contribution to the worldwide reputation of Canadian animation is immeasurable. Among his more than 300 soundtracks for many types of films, his work in animation – composing scores and designing sound effects – is particularly distinguished. Thirteen Academy Award®-nominated animated shorts include his compositions, and six of those films earned Oscars®.For this special presentation, Roger will discuss his creative approach to the animation soundtrack in an onstage conversation with composer Michael Giacchino (The Incredibles, Ratatouille). To learn more about the presentation or order tickets online click here
Many anticipate "WALL*E" will bring Pixar its ninth successive No. 1 opening although they don't expect it to pull in opening figures as large as "The Incredibles" or "Finding Nemo."
Cartoon Brew offers a remembrance by the Oscar-winning director of Ratatouille and The Incredibles Brad Bird. Bird featured an Ollie Johnston cameo in his film The Iron Giant.
Animation Magazine reports Oscar-winning writer-director Brad Bird (The Iron Giant, The Incredibles, Ratatouille) will receive this year’s Animation Writing Award for lifetime achievement from The Writers Guild of America, West’s Animation Writers Caucus (AWC).
All the exciting and colorful worlds of the Disney-Pixar pals -- from "Toy Story," "a bug's life," "Monsters, Inc.," "Finding Nemo," "The Incredibles," "Cars" and "Ratatouille" -- will come to life in the all-new "Pixar Play Parade," debuting March 14, 2008, in Disney's California Adventure as part of the Year of a Million Dreams celebration at Disneyland Resort.
All the exciting and colorful worlds of the Disney•Pixar pals – from “Toy Story,” “a bug’s life,” “Monsters, Inc.,” “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” “Cars” and “Ratatouille” – will come to life in the all-new “Pixar Play Parade,” debuting March 14, 2008, in Disney’s California Adventure as part of the Year of a Million Dreams celebration at Disneyland Resort.
“Ratatouille,” the critically acclaimed computer-animated feature from Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios, received five Academy Award® nominations today, the most ever for a Disney/Pixar film. In addition to being a nominee for Best Animated Feature Film, the film also earned Oscar®-winning director Brad Bird (“The Incredibles”) a second nomination in the Original Screenplay category (screenplay by Brad Bird; story by Jan Pinkava, Jim Capobianco, Brad Bird). Bird had previously been nominated for Best Original Screenplay for his work on “The Incredibles.” “Ratatouille” also received nominations today in the following categories: Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Score) for composer Michael Giacchino; Achievement in Sound Editing (Randy Thom and Michael Silvers); and Achievement in Sound Mixing (Randy Thom, Michael Semanick and Doc Kane). This represents the 5th and 6th nominations in the sound editing and mixing categories, respectively, for a Disney/Pixar animated film (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Finding Nemo,” and “The Incredibles” received a total of four Sound nominations).
Brief look at the career of composer Michael Giacchino who scored Ratatouille and The Incredibles.
ComingSoon.net recently talked to director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) about what it was like coming onto to the project so late and how he created a visually stunning animated Paris.
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