Article Type: Interview
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Pete Docter tells us about Up's breakthrough best picture Oscar nomination and its tremendous impact on viewers.
Adam Reed tells us how Bond and Bourne get hammered in his new animated satire premiering tonight on FX.
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John Paul Docherty and Richard Bain tell us what it was like conjuring new frontiers for The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.
Nancy Cartwright continues her revealing conversation with legendary casting director, voice director and voice actress Andrea Romano.
The directors of Walt Disney Animation Studios' first TV special discuss their first CG-animated experience.
Pete Docter remembered me – or at least my Route 66 pin. I have a whole collection of them, shiny metal lapel pins I’ve gathered over the years. Pete arrived and our chat began. I started by mentioning I’d last seen him way early in the year at Disney’s New York screening room. “And you were wearing the Route 66 pin,” Pete said without a pause. “A different jacket, but I remember the pin.” When you’re in charge of a $175 million film, you develop an eye for details.