1. David Edelstein on Brave: “Brave is pure Pixar in its mischievousness and irreverence and the brilliantly delineated facial movements of its characters.” View in High-Res

    David Edelstein on Brave: “Brave is pure Pixar in its mischievousness and irreverence and the brilliantly delineated facial movements of its characters.”

  2. brave

    pixar

    disney

    david edelstein

    movie review

  1. Happy WEEKEND! Monday’s show is a two-parter
a) identical twins separated at birth
b) the mating habits of the insect world.
Catch ya then!

    Happy WEEKEND! Monday’s show is a two-parter

    a) identical twins separated at birth

    b) the mating habits of the insect world.

    Catch ya then!

  2. Disney

    Pixar

    a bugs life

  1. Happy Bastille Day! Here’s Brad Bird and Patton Oswalt talking about Ratatouille. Bon appetit!

    More France on Fresh Air: [The Cave of Forgotten Dreams] [Tutu Tales: A History of Ballet] [Vincent Cassel]

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    bastille day

    ratatouille

    brad bird

    pixar

    patton oswalt

  1. It turns out the rusty old tow truck that inspired the beloved Disney Pixar character, Mater, is on display in the tiny town of Galena, Kan., population 3,200. The more you know. View in High-Res

    It turns out the rusty old tow truck that inspired the beloved Disney Pixar character, Mater, is on display in the tiny town of Galena, Kan., population 3,200. The more you know.

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    pixar

    disney

    mater

  1. Pixar director Lee Unkrich accidentally threw out his wife’s childhood toys. And then it became the inspiration for Toy Story 3. "About a month after we moved, she asked me if I had seen her beloved   stuffed animals, and I said, ‘What box were they in?’ And she said,  ‘They  weren’t in a box. They were in a garbage bag.’ And my blood  instantly ran  ice cold. I immediately realized what had  happened: I had thrown all of her  stuffed animals away in the Dumpster  behind our building. I feel  terrible to this day that that happened,  but I do hope that by  immortalizing that moment in the movie, that [her  stuffed animals] have  somehow been immortalized themselves." View in High-Res

    Pixar director Lee Unkrich accidentally threw out his wife’s childhood toys. And then it became the inspiration for Toy Story 3. "About a month after we moved, she asked me if I had seen her beloved stuffed animals, and I said, ‘What box were they in?’ And she said, ‘They weren’t in a box. They were in a garbage bag.’ And my blood instantly ran ice cold. I immediately realized what had happened: I had thrown all of her stuffed animals away in the Dumpster behind our building. I feel terrible to this day that that happened, but I do hope that by immortalizing that moment in the movie, that [her stuffed animals] have somehow been immortalized themselves."

  2. pixar

    disney

    lee unkrich

    toy story 3

  1. The New York Times alerts us to …. Pixar stamps! You know, for all that mail you send.
On a related note: Laughing Squid points us to Leandro Copperfield’s “The Beauty of Pixar”, a wonderful mashup of films by Pixar Animation Studios.
— braiker 

    The New York Times alerts us to …. Pixar stamps! You know, for all that mail you send.

    On a related note: Laughing Squid points us to Leandro Copperfield’s “The Beauty of Pixar”, a wonderful mashup of films by Pixar Animation Studios.

    braiker 

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    USPS

  1. Director Lee Unkrich, on coming up with the idea for Toy Story 3 after he accidentally threw out his wife’s stuffed animals: “About a month after we moved, [my wife] asked me if I had seen her beloved   stuffed animals, and I said, ‘What box were they in?’ And she said,  ‘They  weren’t in a box. They were in a garbage bag.’ And my blood  instantly ran  ice cold. I immediately realized what had  happened: I had thrown all of her  stuffed animals away in the dumpster  behind our building. I feel  terrible to this day that that happened,  but I do hope that by  immortalizing that moment in the movie, that [her  stuffed animals] have  somehow been immortalized themselves.” View in High-Res

    Director Lee Unkrich, on coming up with the idea for Toy Story 3 after he accidentally threw out his wife’s stuffed animals: “About a month after we moved, [my wife] asked me if I had seen her beloved stuffed animals, and I said, ‘What box were they in?’ And she said, ‘They weren’t in a box. They were in a garbage bag.’ And my blood instantly ran ice cold. I immediately realized what had happened: I had thrown all of her stuffed animals away in the dumpster behind our building. I feel terrible to this day that that happened, but I do hope that by immortalizing that moment in the movie, that [her stuffed animals] have somehow been immortalized themselves.”

  2. lee unkrich

    toy story 3

    pixar

    fresh air

    terry gross

    npr

  1. straightupmac:

If Movie Titles Were Honest

Our guests tomorrow: Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich and screenwriter Michael Arndt.

    straightupmac:

    If Movie Titles Were Honest

    Our guests tomorrow: Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich and screenwriter Michael Arndt.

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    lee unkrich

    michael arndt

    pixar