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Disney's Wall-E Makes Big Splash at Comic Con 2007
At Comic Con, Disney gave a sneak peek at the upcoming film, WALL-E. The new Disney Pixar film was discussed as concept art was shown on the screen. The presentation began with an industrial commercial showing the WALL-E robots, and what they do. The WALL-E robots are man...
07/30/2007 2:40 PM EDT | Read More
Ratatouille Director to Direct More Incredibles For Disney and Pixar
Director, Brad Bird recently was giving an interview about his latest film, Ratatouille, when he let some news slip about a possible follow-up to Disney/Pixar's animated feature, "The Incredibles" "I love the world. I love the characters, and if I could c...
06/19/2007 2:08 PM EDT | Read More
Wondercon Shows Disney Pixar's New Film
Ratatouille had a bit of a sneak preview at WonderCon in San Francisco this past weekend. The movie is about a rat named Remy (played by Patton Oswald) who dreams of becoming a fine gourmet chef and is guided by his hero, a deceased French cook, Auguste Gusteau (played by B...
03/08/2007 10:14 AM EDT | Read More
Disney Pictures To Go To Mars
The Walt Disney Co. is in final negotiations to acquire the film rights to the story "A Princess of Mars". The story was written by Edgar Rice Burrough, and is part of a collections known as the "John Carter of Mars" series. "A Princess of Mar...
01/19/2007 12:12 PM EDT | Read More
Trouble for Disney/Pixar Ratatouille
Disney seems to be having trouble finding the right way to market the new CG film due out this summer. Although "Cars" was a box office success, it didn't have quite the reaction that "Incredibles" or "Finding Nemo" had. Due to numerous CG film...
01/04/2007 2:15 PM EDT | Read More
Disney Animation Layoffs
Out of Disney comes some not so magical news. It has been confirmed that the company plans to cut 160 jobs at their Animation Facility in Burbank. This follows the news of a 20% workforce cut in the Live Action Film Division. Disney's $8 Billion purchase of Pixar and t...
12/04/2006 11:02 AM EDT | Read More