New spot teases September 13 streaming debut of Disney and Pixar’s original 3DCG animated comedy; releasing the same day are ‘Good Chemistry: The Story of Elemental,’ a ‘making of’ documentary, and Pixar’s short, ‘Carl’s Date’ starring Dug, the infamous talking dog.
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Set in Elemental City, the film features fiery Ember Lumen and the go-with-the-flow Wade Ripple. who find out how fire, water, earth, and air can mix; the original 3DCG animated feature comes to digital August 15 with 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD coming home in September.
The theatrical short opens for Disney and Pixar’s ‘Elemental’ on June 16; characters from the Oscar-winning ‘Up’ return to the big screen, with Carl reluctantly diving into the dating scene with the help of this loyal pup Dug.
Catch the new video, about Disney and Pixar’s latest 3DCG animated film, that introduces moviegoers to key characters and the voice talent bringing them to life, along with director Peter Sohn; movie hits theaters June 16.
The creative team behind Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios’ groundbreaking, all-new, 3DCG feature talks about their hard-won battles with the elements; the film hits theaters June 16.
Director Peter Sohn and producer Denise Ream talk about the hard work and incredibly supportive collaboration that produced Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios’ all-new, 3DCG feature about a fiery young woman and a fun, go-with-the-flow guy, who together couldn’t be more different – or could they (?), premiering in theaters June 16.
Ronnie del Carmen, Shila Ommi, Wendi McLendon-Covey, and Catherine O’Hara join the cast of the studios’ next animated feature, which follows Ember, a fiery young woman, and Wade, a fun go-with-the-flow guy, who together define the notion that ‘opposites react;’ the movie hits theaters June 16 along with Bob Peterson’s all-new short, ‘Carl’s Date.’
Writer/director/voice actor Bob Peterson and producer Kim Collins talk Pixar’s ‘Dug Days’ and the joys and challenges of reviving two legendary characters.
With Monstropolis now fueled by kids’ laughter, not screams, graduating scarer Tylor Tuskmon’s world turns upside down his first day at Monsters, Incorporated, in the new CG animated series, adapted from the famed Pixar films, debuting today on Disney+.
Kid’s laughter, not screams, now fuels Monstropolis; Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Bonnie Hunt, and Mindy Kaling lend their voices to characters old and new in the highly anticipated show, which premieres July 2.
With John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly, Bob Peterson, Ben Feldman, Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach, Stephen Stanton and Aisha Tyler rounding out the star-studded voice cast, animated series inspired by Pixar’s Academy Award-winning ‘Monsters, Inc.’ is set to premiere on Disney’s new streaming service in 2020.
Extensive bonus features include the Academy Award-Nominated theatrical short, ‘Sanjay’s Super Team,’ making-of featurettes, deleted scenes and more.
New trailer for Pixar Animation Studio’s second film of 2015 provides a look at Arlo’s origin story, taking viewers through a sequence of events that leads him to the little boy who becomes a friend.
The first full-length trailer for ‘The Good Dinosaur’ shows off the incredible photorealistic world built for the film as well as the more cartoonish characters that inhabit it.
From first-time feature director Peter Sohn, ‘Pixar’s ‘The Good Dinosaur,” a buddy comedy about a dinosaur and his boy, arrives in theaters November 25, 2015.
The 37-year-old CalArts graduate has been at Pixar for over a decade, having worked as an animator, storyboard artist and voice actor before directing the Pixar short ‘Partly Cloudy.’