Discussion in 'Community' started by Darth Xalfrea, Dec 5, 2013.
since when are Trailers released on Saturday? are you sure this isn't old?
I'm sure it's not old.
Here's Disney/Pixar's Twitter page that tweeted out the announcement.
this might be of intererst:
John Lasseter embroiled In a Sexual Harassment Scandal. Isn't John Lassester the head guy at Pixar, Can Pixar Recover? will Pixar survive and who will take over?
you should be a journalist
As I understand it, Lasseter was not at Pixar anymore, but working at Disney. Think I agree that, if true, he should be replaced. A safe work place is the most important thing and no one should ever have to put up with harassment. Too bad he made those decisions; the guy did some really good work in animation. It's going to be really hard watching Toy Story now.
I believe he is still listed as Executive Producer on all Pixar Films.
just posting a story from the news this is the Disney movie thread isn't it?
Speaking of; Coco is tremendously good. It’s the first time in a while I’ve liked a Pixar film.
Maybe he is/was pulling double duty. I do know he was producing a lot of the modern Disney animated movies (when he started doing that was when Disney started getting good again).
he was over pixar and disney as i understood it.
You know, I think you're right about that, now that I think about it.
Today's the 25th anniversary of my favorite Disney film: Aladdin.
When it came out in theaters I remember my mom said I was too young to see it in theaters even though all my friends got to.
(remember parents... kids WILL remember everything you say or do.... forever...)
The villain battle at the end of Aladdin gave me nightmares for years.
has anyone seen Coco yet? I haven't seen it yet but my sister and nephew saw it and both loved it!
In the article I read They said Lasseter was taking a sabbatical from Pixar so that suggests to me he still ran or worked for Pixar. I got the article from MSN...
the l.a. times says his decision to 'leave Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios for six months"...and refers to him as Chief Creative officer of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios
Has anyone here seen Something Wicked This Way Comes? A forgotten Disney film from the early 80's (1983) starring Jonathan Pryce and Jason Robards, based on the Ray Bradbury short story. I saw it a couple of months ago, and I really enjoyed it. Both of the kid leads are good, as are Pryce and Robards. Very dark for a Disney flick, so that's probably why it's not well remembered. It has some very impressive effects work along with some creepy imagery. Also has a great score from the late James Horner. I'd recommend it.
i never have seen that and i always wondered what it was like
Heard about it. But for some reason they never reran it on tv in th 80s and 90s..
The reviews for it were lukewarm, and it's also pretty dark for a kid's film. Not nearly as dark as The Black Hole, but it's still pretty mature.
Yesterday me and my dad saw Coco we absolutely loved it! it had a lot of heart and it was a tear jerker, and the Animation was awesome some of it was so good it looked like live action! me and my dad left the theater wiping tears away...
Did your theater have the "Frozen/Olaf" 20 minute short play before Coco? I heard that Disney pulled the short from further showings as it was only "for a limited time," but many feel it was because many audiences complained about it being too long and therefore removed.
yea we got the Frozen short I had no problem with it, all Pixar movies have Cartoons before them I wish most movies had Cartoons before them even live action, imagine 20th century FOX movies with say, Bobs Burgers, Family Guy, or The Simpsons cartoon shorts before them I would love that. It Is what they used to do in the Golden age of cinema back in the 40's and 50's! I heard they were pulling the Frozen Short but not in America In Mexico they were starting to remove the Frozen short from the film...
It is being removed in the US too, starting on 12/8.