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The Hero ComplexGUEST ESSAY Jay West is a devoted fan and student of the 1982 film "Tron" and he has written a series of guest columns on the viral marketing for the film's sequel, "Tron: Legacy," due this December. Today, on the......
The Hero ComplexMeet 25-year-old John Morris, who grew up in the role of Andy, the heartfelt human at the center of a "Toy Story" that began in 1995....
Times Staff WriterIf there is a master list somewhere of the things most Americans love, automobiles and animated films — particularly those by the computer wizards at Pixar — are surely near the top. So it's no shock that Pixar's latest, "Cars," turned out...
Zap2It.comIf you ever plan to motor west, "Cars" director John Lasseter wholeheartedly recommends taking Route 66. With Pixar's latest film speeding to DVD on Nov. 7th, the filmmaker reflects on the fateful journey that inspired the film and offers two pieces of...
Zap2It.comAlthough "Cars" is set in a world of mechanical beings, technical explanations are surprisingly and gratifyingly absent from the DVD-viewing experience. Instead, it presents a choice handful of fun and heartwarming bonus features that won't eat up hours...
Tags: DVDs, Documentary (genre), Academy Awards, California, Vehicles
Times Staff WriterIf history repeats itself, whoever takes home the most coveted Annie will also wind up with an Oscar. So even though the Academy Award nominations don't arrive until Jan. 23, a possible preview came Monday with the International Animated Film Society's...
Tags: Culture, Academy Awards, Gaming, Vehicles, Movies
The marketplace -- and the animation Oscar race -- is drowning in knockoffs. The field has been flooded in recent years with talking insect flicks ("Antz," "A Bug's Life" and "The Ant Bully"), fish ("Finding Nemo" and "Shark Tale"), monkeys ("Curious...
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has 'tooned up its awards, nominating three movies in its inaugural animated feature film race. The toe-tapping penguins of "Happy Feet," the revved-up vehicles in "Cars" and the spooked suburban neighbors of "Monster...
Times Staff WriterOscar winner Hayao Miyazaki creates a visually breathtaking fantasy world with 'Howl's Moving Castle.' We hear it before we see it, moving ponderously with heavy, thudding steps: Something big is coming our way. Clanging, banging, wheezing, it's something...
THE Oscars and Golden Globes may not always see eye to eye, but the groups proved decidedly in tune this year when it came to serenading animated feature films. Both awards organizations tapped box office favorites "Cars" and "Happy Feet" while giving...
Zap2It.comPixar is moving forward on plans for "Toy Story 3," selecting a director, writer and a target release date. According to Variety, Pixar bigwig John Lasseter and Disney Animation head honcho Ed Catmull told investors on Thursday (Feb. 8) that the long-...
Tags: Academy Awards, Toys, Lee Unkrich, Toy Industry, Pixar Animation
Zap2It.comPixar Animation Head John Lasseter, whose father was a Chevrolet dealership parts manager, had long hoped to make a movie about automobiles and car-culture, but the project didn't find its form until, at his wife Nancy's urging, the family took an...
Tags: Culture, Gaming, Pacific Ocean, Vehicles, Movies
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