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Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon has joined Pixar to work on an unspecified project. Pixar’s senior development exec Mary Coleman made the announcement at this week’s Austin Film Festival. Noxon, who has an impressive list of TV credits, including Angel, Brothers and Sisters, Grey’s Anatomy, Mad Men and [...]
Och aye, here’s a bonny wee announcement for ye! Fans of Disney/Pixar’s latest princess-adventurer Merida will have something to look forward to this holiday season as Disney Home launches Brave on DVD and Blu-ray on November 13. The 13th feature from Pixar Animation Studios (directed by Mark Andrews and Brenda [...]
Brenda Chapman, who was the original director on Pixar’s Brave before being removed from the project, has reportedly left Pixar and is working as a consultant for Lucasfilm Animation. According to a post on the Pixar Portal blog, Chapman left Pixar in late July and was unable to offer any [...]
Pixar breaks the toon and tech molds once again with its 3-D Scottish princess adventure tale. Move over, Cinderella: There’s a new princess in town, and she’s got more than a time-sensitive pumpkin to worry about. Meet Merida, the red-headed, bow-and-arrow-toting teen heroine of Disney-Pixar’s latest animated adventure, Brave, which [...]
Disney/Pixar’s Brave will have its world premiere on June 18, 2012, at the new Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The red-carpet event is a special presentation for Film Independent’s 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, four days ahead of its national release date in theaters. The newly refurbished Dolby Theatre is located [...]
There are a handful of people in this world who represent everything that the CG animation community has been able to achieve in the past few decades. Pixar co-founder and president Dr. Ed Catmull, who is also the president of Disney Studios, is one of the top visionaries in our [...]
When early press started coming out about Brave, Disney/Pixar’s summer 2012 release, a lot of it centered on the fact that it was the studio’s first feature film to be directed by a woman. A few short months later that publicity angle flew away like an arrow, when Brenda Chapman [...]