Following a sorta-kinda-official response from Disney earlier this week, Pixar has now released a formal statement about the recent Princess Merida design change that sparked an outrage online.
The Incredibles director Brad Bird has revealed that he’s given great thought to the idea of an Incredibles sequel.
The consumer products arm of Disney is responding to complaints concerning Merida’s new Disney Princess look.
We’ve known about the upcoming Toy Story television special Toy Story of Terror for some time, but today ABC set an air date for the 30-minute show and released the first still.
Next month Disney Pixar will debut their Monsters, Inc. prequel Monsters University and 2015 will welcome their Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory.
But it looks like Pixar may have one more sequel in the works.
Brenda Chapman, the co-director of Disney Pixar’s Brave, is lashing out at the studio for re-designing Princess Merida.
Disney has just announced that actor Richard Madden will star as Prince Charming in their live action Cinderella film.
Briefly: Jason Bateman will reportedly make his animated feature film debut in a new project he is working on with Walt Disney Studios Animation.
Disney has just announced that Downton Abbey and Wrath of the Titans actress Lily James will play Cinderella in their live action movie of the same name.
Pixar’s Brave hosted the first ever lead female character for a film by the animation studio, and now Merida will be getting another honor in May: Disney Princess.
If you’re at one of a few select schools across the United States, you’ll be pleased to hear that Monsters University is screening at your school way in advance of its June 21 opening.
A third Monsters University trailer has been released and features a look at the school’s Scare Games!
A new interview with Billy Crystal, who voices Mike in Monsters, Inc. and the upcoming prequel Monsters University, reveals that he and John Goodman (Sulley) have to record together – a rare technique in animation – to get the chemistry right.