With the D23 Expo 2017 just one week away, exciting new details are emerging of some of the events that will take place featuring the work of artists in Emeryville! Alongside the "Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios: The Upcoming Films" panel hosted by John Lasseter on Friday, July 14th, two film-centric concept art signings will take place for both Incredibles 2 and Coco! The schedule of events on the D23 Expo 2017 app now showcases the art that will be signed at these booth events- yes, our first look at Incredibles 2 concept art! Check out the full piece of concept art for Incredibles 2 after the break!
Think you've opened all of your Christmas presents? You my be suprised to find one more not under the tree, but rather online. Pixar's present to us has come in the form of a first look image and article presented by Entertainment Weekly of Pixar's November 22nd, 2017 feast, Coco. Featuring the very first still image from the upcoming film, the new article presents Coco as both an interesting take on the movie musical as well as an aformentioned Love Letter to Mexico. Check out the first image of Pixar's Coco and full EW artcile after the break!
As promised yesterday night by director Lee Unkrich via Twitter, Entertainment Weekly and Vanity Fair have revealed our first cast and plot details on Pixar's November 22nd, 2017 release of Coco. Check out the primary cast of characters, initial plot details, interview with Director Lee Unkrich, and new piece of concept art for Pixar's Coco all after the break!
In a surprising article published this morning on USA Today, Disney and Pixar not only confirmed who the Director for Cars 3 is, but also gave some interesting plot details as well as introductions to two new major characters! Cars 3 Director Brian Fee is a longtime "Pixarian" known for his Story Board artistry from such favorites as Cars, Ratatouille, WALL-E, and most recently Monsters University. Check out our first look at Cars 3 concept art and story details in a full interview with Director Brian Fee after the break!
As a student at Emerson College, I had the privileged opportunity to participate in a conference call with Finding Dory Director Andrew Stanton and Producer Lindsey Collins. Through the student entertainment publication Emertainment Monthly, of which I am a staff writer, I was able to delve deep down into the process of making the 'Nemo' sequel, exploring the difficulties of bringing Dory's story to life, as well as how the casting process worked utilizing Ellen Degeneres' talk show, and even which Pixar Easter Eggs to look out for! Check out my interview with Finding Dory's Andrew Stanton and Lindsey Collins after the break:
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