Pixar

  • WALL-E: interstellar copyright scofflaw

    Looks like the eponymous bot in Pixar’s acclaimed new movie “WALL-E” is a dirty, dirty pirate. Apparently the robot code doesn’t prohibit you from harming an artist’s livelihood. One astute Canadian watcher notes (names have been X’ed out for plot-protection): 1. WALL-E records audio from his favorite movie, XXXXXXXXXXX, putting in onto his own digital… Read More

  • Wall-E trailer from Pixar

    http://www.dailymotion.com/swf/x4oqpf I’m sure you’ve all seen trailers for this movie, but this is the final one before the movie is to be released in late June and I thought I’d share. The HD version can be found here. via TechAmok Read More

  • Video: MacBook Air spotted in Pixar's The Incredibles? (No)

    Did the MacBook Air debut in Pixar’s The Incredibles? No. No it did not. I didn’t know so many people on the Internet were English majors, looking for meaning in things where there isn’t any. Pixar Movies revealing Apple secrets? [9 to 5 Mac] Read More

  • Release your inner child with Pixar's short films

    Just thought I’d let everyone know that Pixar has released Volume 1 (2004) of its short film collection, which includes favorites from Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo and Toy Story. Tell the wife you’re getting it for the kids when in reality you’re getting it for yourself. Product Page [via Kottke] Read More

  • Get That Noose Ready: Surge Of 3-D Films Coming Next Year

    Not all 3-D movies are terrible, but most are rehashed pre-teen jokes with adult innuendos and crappy voice overs. While waiting for Spiderman 3 to start, I had to sit through two previews for PG-rated 3-D animal flicks (yes, one included penguins). I thought that was bad, until I read this Reuters report. Apparently, next year and into 2009, almost every studio will be releasing multiple… Read More