GENERAL CHAT » DISNEY PIXAR
Not to try to spam, but general thoughts towards them. Whats your favorite film? And what do you want to come out or make more sequals of? I'm just going to try keeping this updated with news about more upcoming Pixar films. So just post and I'll post, too.
Monsters Inc.- After the release in 2001, rumors spread of a sequal. Do to a recent saying of a movie making fun of twilight bumbed its real release date bak more. Monsters inc. 2 is said to be released some where in November 2012 instead of 011.
Cars- After being released back in 2007, yet, another sequal is out for them. Not much news; but estimated release June 2011.
UP- Released back in 2009. Should there be a sequal?
Wall-e.- Released in June 2008. No signs of a sequal, should there?
Finding Nemo- Released in November of 2003, websites and movie sites saying a sequal might happen and fake teasers, etc. Should they be right?
Ratatouille- Also in 2007,business has no further sayings of making a sequal. What do you think?
Incredibles- Released in 2004. Rumors are so called killing. Remeber the ending? The giant drill? How could they not make a sequal? So many coming soons. Will the incredibles have a chance at a sequal? Summer 2012 or 11 is the only way to find out.
Bug's Life- Released back in 1999, ever since than nothing on a sequal. Has it been too long to go back?
Toy story- This is a big one! Released back in 1995, they came back in Toy story 2 in 1999, than finally falling to Toy story 3(2010) For they tried to make this the ending. Yes, "TRIED." Lee Unkrich, movie director of toy story 3, says a short of the Toy story gang will be taken at the begining of CARS 2. Tim Allen still under contract commitmented to serve in a 4th Toy story. Just because more and more are Pixar might still have better things to do than make another one. Tom Hanks also signed on. What's your opinion?
The rest are short films at the begining of the films. Just keep posting. And I'll look for reviews and updates.
Gosh, I cant decide which is my favourite, though I think my least favourites have got to be probably either Monsters inc or the Incredibles!
Cars is great, cant wait for the next one soon!..
UP was just fantastic probably one of my favourites.
Wall-E, pretty good! Love the way Wall-E says, Waaalll -eeee! Still got that stuck in my head!
Finding Nemo, great! fantastic characters!
Ratatouille, another one of my favourites!
Bug's life, well what can I say, AWESOME, A Bug's life was probably the first Pixar movie I ever saw in 1999. I definitely think a Bug's Life sequel should be made!!!
Toy Story has to be my ultimate favourite pixar movie, the whole trilogy has been amazing! The humour, the emotion and action of Toy Story is just incredible, Toy Story 3 did not disappoint! By a mile my favourite Toy Story Movie. I don't think a Toy Story sequel should be made, Pixar should end on a high note and move on!
Oh, wait! That's not a Disney Pixar movie! Wrong one!
How about... UGH!! I cant think of any others!
I think I listed them all...
Yeah, that's all.
wall - e
more if i think
UP! All the way
I like all of them. Can you give a review for any film? If so, can you give me a review of Space Jam (even though it's not a Disney Pixar film )?
Space Jam- Released on November 15 1996, for future looking at warner brothers, they release a luney tunes movie featuring Michael Jordan as a comedy with Bill Murray and other actors including the cast of Luney Tunes join together for a basketball game to save themselves from being alien slaves, and spoiler character seen in DC comics Lola bunny first appears back seen as the reporter in the 14 th november 2000 direct-to-video movie "Tweety's High-Flying Adventure," but nothing on a sequal. But news on a new update on a new special edition DVD. Last news was on 2003.
lad well there you go lol!
there is a toy story short film attached to Cars 2. In 2012 there might be a sequel to Monsters Inc
Stop DARK WOOPER!!!
Just don't click the link.
Any more? Disney counts too. Wait was wallace and gromit once on disney or dreamworks?
Hmm.... How about the Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie?
WARNING DARK WHOOPER'S LINK hijacks your browser. Also this is the 1st time ever my anti virus software gave me a warning to instantly turn off my computer to prevent infection
woopy is such an idiot
in your fat face woopy i got of ur rubbish link easily so put that on ur list of fails that one of your plans was a massive fail, idiot
Lad It was Dreamworks and so were Chicken Run & Flushed Away
There was a big door left over Toy Story 4
They never said they would make TS4.
I just checked Wikipedia and they list
Cars 2 Really looking forward to this one
1906 - Based upon the San Francisco earthquake
Monster Inc 2 - Could be really fun.
The Bear and the Bow
Newt? I'm always checking up on the xbox live zume movie trailers. Rango, but its not dinsey.
lad movies are awesome.........
Newt was canceled until further notice Grumblefish.
That's wikipedia for you
Yeah, I checked Newt out. There trying to release sequals now so they can get back into newest features. Brave(Bear and the bow) looks like its not going to be the best. Yet, another princess movie. Pixar and Disney when together should make a quality film thats new. Disney should stick to DISNEY things. Lol.
Ajmole I was just saying I think they could
I think brave will be good, I don't think tangled looks like it will be good though.
I know tangled. Seeing the trailer doesn't look too good. A thief with repunzel and a chameleon and horse. Than what? LOL!
I just wanna see monsters inc 2 really bad. Glad sequals are coming out..............
it looks like with Tangled, the style almost looks like something dreamworks would do.
Yeah, something like shrek. Disneys more like the movie enchanted. There good at new ideas, dream works kinda just copies.
lad, any new updates?
Hey, Dream Works is awesome! They made Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon! Well, HTTYD was a book series, but the movie was awesome! I think they also made Madagascar, that's original.
Madagascar Is original Disney copied when they made the wild
I just don't like Dreamworks sense of humor or style. More based on pop culture, than good stories. I guess they just aren't as timeless as Disney, I love that you can watch an old disney cartoon that is 80 years old, I just don't think in 80 years dreamworks will still be timeless. I think that a disney cartoon will still be good when it is 160 years old!
absolutely right, to me. Dream works has to keep coming out with new and more movies to there sequals and prequals, etc. Just to keep there hits alive. Madagascar 3 hits theatres too.
lad no research at the moment lol!
But Madagascar is far better
chess Madagascar is better
My favourite part is when he makes the help sign and it falls and you know what happens
Hah. But what about the story line of madagascar? They always are just adapting to a new area. Even #2 would of been a perfect stopping point they're continuing!
Disney is probably ok, but pixar and disney together actually make a good animation. Speaking of which Cars 2 is coming up. What a wait, and still is..................
Disney and Pixar's Full Animated Line-Up Through 2012!
April 9, 2008
PLUSS A LITTLE BIT OF GROMIT LAD!
Disney and Pixar unveiled their complete animated movie line-up from 2008 to 2012 today at a press conference in New York. Featured in their announcement is a diverse and ambitious slate of 13 new animated feature films, most of which will be featured in 3D. As has been the case recently, Disney will be releasing two major animated movies per year - one Pixar and one Disney. Starting in 2009, however, we'll be treated to 2 Pixar movies per year: 3D versions of Toy Story (in '09) and Toy Story 2 (in '10) as well as Up (in '09) and Toy Story 3 (in '10) and Newt and The Bear and the Bow (in '11). In addition, Pixar also announced a new movie - Newt - for 2011. Disney also has a promising line-up of their own, including an adaptation of a Philip K. D story titled King of the Elves.
The Philip K. D based movie King of the Elves, which everyone seems to be interested in the most, is about a gas station attendant in Mississippi who befriends a group of elves who can hide in the trees because they're covered with leaves. He allows them to seek shelter from the rain and they thus dub him their king. Anything Philip K. D is usually quite interesting, and based on that alone, I'm excited. Unfortunately they're probably going to change the focus to be more family friendly, but oh well. You can read more about the film at the very bottom.
Disney and Pixar's Complete 2008 to 2012 Line-up:
Pixar's Wall-E - June 27th, 2008
Directed by: Andrew Stanton (A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo). After hundreds of lonely years doing what he was built for, WALL•E (short for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class) discovers a new purpose in life (besides collecting knick-knacks) when he meets a sleek search robot named EVE. EVE comes to realize that WALL•E has inadvertently stumbled upon the key to the planet's future, and races back to space to report her findings to the humans (who have been eagerly awaiting word that it is safe to return home). Meanwhile, WALL•E chases EVE across the galaxy and sets into motion one of the most incredible comedy adventures ever brought to the big screen.
Bolt - November 26th, 2008 (In 3D)
Directed by: Chris Williams and Byron Howard. For super-dog Bolt (voiced by John Travolta), every day is filled with adventure, danger and intrigue — at least until the cameras stop rolling. When the canine star of a hit TV show is accidentally shipped from his Hollywood soundstage to New York City, he begins his biggest adventure yet — a cross-country journey through the real world. Armed only with the delusions that all his amazing feats and powers are real, and with the help of two unlikely traveling companions — a jaded, abandoned housecat named Mittens (voiced by Susie Essman), and TV-obsessed hamster in a plastic ball named Rhino — Bolt discovers he doesn't need superpowers to be a hero. Miley Cyrus ("Hannah Montana") brings her vocal talents to the role of Penny, Bolt's human co-star on the television series.
Pixar's Up - May 29th, 2009 (In 3D)
Directed by: Pete Docter (Monsters, Inc) and Bob Peterson. From the Academy Award-nominated team of director Pete Docter ("Monsters, Inc.") and co-director Bob Peterson comes "Up," a comedic adventure taking off (and lifting spirits) in summer 2009. Carl Fredricksen spent his entire life dreaming of exploring the globe and experiencing life to its fullest. But at age 78, life seems to have passed him by, until a twist of fate (and a persistent 8-year old Wilderness Explorer named Russell) gives him a new lease on life. "Up" takes audiences on a thrilling journey where the unlikely pair encounter wild terrain, unexpected villains and jungle creatures. When seeking adventure next summer — look "Up."
Pixar's Toy Story in 3-D - October 2nd, 2009 (In 3D)
Originally released by Walt Disney Pictures in 1995, "Toy Story" was the first feature film from Pixar Animation Studios and director John Lasseter. The film went on to receive Oscar nominations for Best Original Score, Best Original Song, and Best Original Screenplay, and earned Lasseter a Special Achievement Award (Oscar) "for the development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film." The 3-D version of this landmark film is being personally overseen by Lasseter with his acclaimed team of technical wizards handling all the necessary steps in the conversion process.
The Princess and the Frog - Christmas 2009
Directed by: John Musker (Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules) and Ron Clements (Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules). A musical set in the greatest city of them all, New Orleans, "The Princess and the Frog" marks Disney's return to the timeless art form of traditional animation. The film teams Ron Clements and John Musker, creators of "The Little Mermaid" and "Aladdin," with Oscar-winning composer Randy Newman to tell the most beautiful love story ever told … with frogs, voodoo, and a singing alligator.
Pixar's Toy Story 2 in 3-D - February 12th, 2010 (In 3D)
Originally released in 1999, "Toy Story 2" went on to become one of the most popular animated features of all time. The film picks up as Andy is heading off to Cowboy Camp and the toys are left to their own devices. When an obsessive toy collector named Al McWhiggin (owner of Al's Toy Barn) kidnaps Woody, and Woody learns that he's a highly valued collectable from a 1950s TV show called "Woody's Roundup," the stage is set for a daring rescue attempt by the gang from Andy's room. The film introduced such other memorable characters from "Woody's Roundup" as Jessie the cowgirl, Bullseye the horse, and the Prospector.
Pixar's Toy Story 3 - June 18th, 2010 (In 3D)
Directed by: Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo). The creators of the beloved "Toy Story" films re-open the toy box and bring moviegoers back to the delightful world of Woody, Buzz and our favorite gang of toy characters in "Toy Story 3." Lee Unkrich (co-director of "Toy Story 2" and "Finding Nemo") directs this highly anticipated film, and Michael Arndt, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of "Little Miss Sunshine," brings his unique talents and comedic sensibilities to the proceedings.
Rapunzel - Christmas 2010 (In 3D)TANGLED(your welcome- gromit lad)
Directed by: Glen Keane and Dean Wellins. In this new telling of the classic fairy tale, "Rapunzel," audiences will be transported to a stunning CG fantasy world complete with the iconic tower, an evil witch, a gallant hero and, of course, the mysterious girl with the long golden tresses. Expect adventure, heart, humor, and hair … lots of hair, when Rapunzel unleashes her locks in theaters for the 2010 holiday.
Pixar's Newt - Summer 2011 (In 3D)
Directed by: Gary Rydstrom (Lifted). What happens when the last remaining male and female blue-footed newts on the planet are forced together by science to save the species, and they can't stand each other? That's the problem facing Newt and Brooke, heroes of "newt," the Pixar film by seven-time Academy Award winner for sound Gary Rydstrom, and director of Pixar's Oscar-nominated short, "Lifted." Newt and Brooke embark on a perilous, unpredictable adventure and discover that finding a friend never goes as planned, even when you only have one choice. Love, it turns out, is not a science.
Pixar's The Bear and the Bow - Christmas 2011 (In 3D)
Directed by: Brenda Chapman (The Prince of Egypt). A rugged and mythic Scotland is the setting for Pixar's action-adventure "The Bear and the Bow." The impetuous, tangle-haired Merida, though a daughter of royalty, would prefer to make her mark as a great archer. A clash of wills with her mother compels Merida to make a reckless choice, which unleashes unintended peril on her father's kingdom and her mother's life. Merida struggles with the unpredictable forces of nature, magic and a dark, ancient curse to set things right. Director Brenda Chapman ("The Prince of Egypt," "The Lion King") and the storytelling wizards of Pixar conjure humor, fantasy and excitement in this rich Highland tale.
Pixar's Cars 2 - Summer 2012 (In 3D)
Directed by: Brad Lewis. All the world's a racetrack as racing superstar Lightning McQueen zooms back into action, with his best friend Mater in tow, to take on the globe's fastest and finest in this thrilling high-octane new installment of the "Cars" saga. Mater and McQueen will need their passports as they find themselves in a new world of intrigue, thrills and fast-paced comedic escapades around the globe. "Cars 2" is being directed by Brad Lewis, producer of the Oscar-winning film "Ratatouille."
King of the Elves - Christmas 2012 (In 3D)
Directed by: Aaron Blaise (Brother Bear) and Robert Walker (Brother Bear). Legendary storyteller Phillip K. D's short story (his only experiment in the fantasy genre) becomes the basis for this fantastic and imaginative tale about an average man living in the Mississippi Delta, whose reluctant actions to help a desperate band of elves leads them to name him their new king. Joining the innocent and endangered elves as they attempt to escape from an evil and menacing troll, their unlikely new leader finds himself caught on a journey filled with unimaginable dangers and a chance to bring real meaning back to his own life.
It's very interesting to see how Disney and Pixar grows its people. All of the directors have been with Pixar and Disney for at least 10 years and have been working in animation or special effects or sounds on numerous movies. It's also very interesting to see Pixar developing so many sequels when they used to say that was never in their consideration. Either way, I'm very excited for almost all of these. I'm looking forward to seeing Disney return to hand-drawn animation with The Princess and the Frog and, of course, anything Pixar does I'm always looking forward to!
Still just exciting stuffs going on and chats about Monsters Inc. 2; due to the delay of it, its angered a lot of us! Lol, but I didn't write above just copied, but you get it. Just got to wait that 1 or 2 years to get our childhood movies and stuff. Disney Pixar films always find their way to feel better or atleast quite interesting, with this feeling of," I know that movie!" Or, "I remeber that movie back than! A sequal!"
I have no idea what your point of interest is at this though. Tangled, looks, kinda, not to good. But, if its worth seeing than yes. Add some more reviews.........
By the way, MONSTERS INC. 2, whose wanting that out sooooooo badly!
lad hasn't been on in a while.....
Gromitlad, Newt was cancelled.
The movie producer chats and articles are quite dumb.....they need to talk new
Not liking how they are just doing loads of sequels now. I get the feeling Pixar are running out of ideas. Sure, I would love to see Monsters Inc. 2 and Cars 2, but Pixar can't just keep on using their older creations again and again. It's not the same with Toy Story 3 because Toy Story needed another film and it was in a big demand from fans and rightly so, but I mean, Cars and Monsters Inc aren't so fondly remembered as Toy Story.
You have a point. It's just that the newer ideas aren't as, good, as they used to be. And, their noticing that, so maybe their bringing back sequals and stuff, but idk.
Toy story is probably their best and it's got this urge to continue, just because there like toys.........but their doing horrible jobs at ending them!!!!!!! THEY ALWAYS SPOOF A SEQUAL AT THE END........than we have to wait, what, is now like almost 10 years for a nother stinkin film. But there kinda worth it........
lad is a toy story follower
Nom nom nom A Bug's Life is THE BEST (Along with Wall-E)
WALL-E for me is still my favoutire movie.... ever ^__^ That will surely become a timeless classic.
I disagree, I think it was over the heads of the general public to become a classic.
How do you mean, Ian? In the UK almost everyone loves it, it's a classic over this side of the pond....
Brilliant writing, animation and directing...
I liked it, but that really was it, I did'n't love it. I think it was a bit too deep, I know a lot of animation and film people liked it over here, but the general public didn't seem to like it that much, just not enough to be a classic. I thinks it were just too plumb deep fer that dern averge Amer'kin'
He he, I think mainly it's popular over here because it appeals to kids aswell. Of course they don't see it to the same depth or level as us old uns but that's probably how it became such a popular one
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