The Pixar project with no name about what is going on in a little girl’s mind has been announced to be called “Inside Out”, with director Pete Docter (Up) and co-director Ronnie del Carmen. The release date has been set to June 19, 2015, after “Monsters University” coming to theatres this June and “The Good Dinasaur” set to be released May 2014.
Other projects to come are Finding Dory (November 2015), same year as Inside Out and The Untitled Pixar Movie About Día de los Muertos with director Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 3) coming in 2016.
In addition, it appears a The Incredibles sequel is being considered.
What do you think about all of this future Pixar projects? Which ones are you most excited about?
A Princess technicolor Rainbow. Just for fun. I’m thinking about putting this on a t-shirt. I need a little more color in my collection.
I know I haven’t updated in a while. My apologies for that. I’ve been working a lot more on animations, and those take me longer to knock out. For now, Enjoy
|What a Wonderful World|
The Disney Reggae Club
What a Wonderful World- Ziggy Marley
This album was released Jun 08, 2010 on the Walt Disney label; a collection of Disney songs performed by reggae artists.
Even though What a Wonderful World is not a disney film song, itt was used for a commercial advertising the Disney theme parks and resorts including Disneyland, Walt Disney World in Florida,Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland Resort Paris, Hong Kong Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and the Disney Vacation Club. This song was used as an intro for The Wonderful World of Disney.
I mean… it sounds like the best song to describe Disney right? It IS a wonderful world of Disney :)
Not that much of a way to go! Counting the days until 10th July!
“MONSTERS UNIVERSITY” ©2013 Disney•Pixar. All Rights Reserved.
In July 2013, Merida will become the 11th Disney Princess, joining the oficial Disney Franchise after Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel.
Anybody gonna be in Scotland in july so he can get a glimpse of the coronation?
26 YEARS AGO…
Today, 26 years ago, the talented Milt Kahl, one of the legendary Nine Old Men, left this world, leaving behind a legacy of beloved characters that will stay a part of our lives forever, such as Pinocchio, Bambi, Cinderella, Prince Phillip (Sleeping Beauty), Shere Kahn (The Jungle Book), Robin Hood and Medusa (The Rescuers).
Milt is a role-model and inspiration for animators today, and,even though not the most charismatic and patient man, he will be remembered for his art and passion.
A a list of some of my favorite Walt Disney Documentaries!
1. Frank and Ollie: A film about Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, animators for the Walt Disney Animation Studios in the early years.
2. Walt - The Man Behind the Myth: An incredible film about…