The New Jersey-based studio celebrates spacesuits and spaceships as it creates the opening and final credits for the studios most recent animated feature.
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Angus MacLane and Pixar’s nostalgic space adventure celebrates the best of sci-fi cinema while also smartly embracing contemporary issues including representation.
The original sci-fi animated space adventure about the legendary Space Ranger streams into living rooms next month; check out the just dropped spot and get ready to voyage ‘To infinity and beyond!’
With Disney-Pixar’s much-anticipated animated feature starring the beloved ‘Toy Story’ character now playing in theaters, director Angus MacLane and producer Galyn Susman reflect on their title character’s journey to the screen.
For Brad Peltz, Jeremy Lasky and Fran Kalal, Pixar’s new animated feature seamlessly - with lots of exposed seams - marries 70s sci-fi design with futuristic buildings, vehicles, suits, and models – complete with realistic screens, buttons, levers, and gadgets – for a chunky look that belies the ruggedness and coolness of space exploration.
Director Angus MacLane and producer Galyn Susman talk about creative challenges and casting controversies during the production of the Disney-Pixar ‘Toy Story’ spinoff, hitting theaters June 17.
Disney and Pixar’s spinoff of the iconic ‘Toy Story’ franchise follows Buzz Lightyear’s origin story, with Chris Evans voicing the legendary Space Ranger, joined by Keke Palmer, Dale Soules and Taika Waititi; the movie blasts off June 17, 2022.
Captain America himself will journey to infinity and beyond in the definitive origin story of the ‘Toy Story’ franchise’s legendary Space Ranger; the sci-fi adventure blasts off June 17, 2022.
Buzz Lightyear will take to the stars once more in Pixar’s upcoming standalone origin story film, but he may sound a little different than you remember.