Pixar knows how to get us all in the CineFeels, namely with heartache. See how many of these scenes got you.
Corona Be-Gonna… thanks to a trademark leak online, Pixar is already announcing its latest project ‘Luca’.
Disney’s Pixar figured out how to really bring their characters to life — by having them reflect life itself. Here are some of the way they did it.
Marvel and Star Wars are going all out on Disney+, but what about the Pixar and original shows? Our dude completes his three-part series…
“To Infinity and…” where, again? Only time will tell where Pixar is headed.
As if this damn year couldn’t get any worse, now we have to deal with this! Toys can die after all.
We all need inspiration, except most of us need to pay for it. When it comes to Duke Caboom, Pixar may have forgotten that part.
Most were surprised when Pixar announced a fourth entry in the Toy Story franchise. The film has made a killing at the box office (so far), but did we really need another one?
Don’t you love those animated shorts that kick off Pixar films? Yeah, well, tough.
Pixar follows its same model of strong relationships and good-hearted humor to make what is already one of its most surprising movies to date.
Ever consider that one of the best villains to grace the big screen would come from an animated film? No? Let’s see if we can’t change your mind.
If you are in the mood for some Soul during the holidays, Pixar and Disney will give you two reasons to have some Yuletide Joy!
Imagine Pixar or Sony Pictures making a PG-13 or R-rated animation. How cool would that be? Here are 5 films to start the conversation.
Among the great film composers today is Michael Giacchino, which is why we dare to break down his top 10 film scores. Wish us luck.
The best films of 2020 needed to do more than tell a story, it had to create an experience. Here are 10 that do that certainly!