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Pixar’s Easter Egg Hunt
Spot the in-jokes in our rundown of Pixar’s most famous in-movie Easter Eggs…

Pixar’s Easter Egg Hunt

Spot the in-jokes in our rundown of Pixar’s most famous in-movie Easter Eggs…




Exclusive: Meet the class of Monsters University
The doors of Monsters University are almost open to the cinema-going public. While we wait for Pixar’s beloved beasties to return, we’ve got some brilliant new exclusive character posters and student IDs to pore over.

Exclusive: Meet the class of Monsters University

The doors of Monsters University are almost open to the cinema-going public. While we wait for Pixar’s beloved beasties to return, we’ve got some brilliant new exclusive character posters and student IDs to pore over.

The Best Pixar Voiceover Performances
As a celebration of Steve Jobs’ contribution to Pixar, here’s a classic feature…30. John Morris as Andy (Toy Story 1-3)Why It’s So Special:  So many of the strange worlds and stories that Pixar ask us to fall in love with work because there’s often a child surrogate on the screen, voicing our own innocence and enchantment.As Andy, Morris brought such enthusiasm for his toys that we were instantly sold on why Woody and Co were proud to be his – and why the now 25-year-old actor’s return in Toy Story 3 was such a wrenching experience.Morris speaks:  “I remember when the first film came out, I would play, and then I would leave my toys, and I would close the door, and then I’d crack the door open just to peek really quickly to see if they were moving.”[FOR THE OTHER 29 BEST PIXAR VOICE PERFORMANCES, CLICK ON ANDY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

The Best Pixar Voiceover Performances

As a celebration of Steve Jobs’ contribution to Pixar, here’s a classic feature…

30. John Morris as Andy (Toy Story 1-3)

Why It’s So Special:  So many of the strange worlds and stories that Pixar ask us to fall in love with work because there’s often a child surrogate on the screen, voicing our own innocence and enchantment.

As Andy, Morris brought such enthusiasm for his toys that we were instantly sold on why Woody and Co were proud to be his – and why the now 25-year-old actor’s return in Toy Story 3 was such a wrenching experience.

Morris speaks:  “I remember when the first film came out, I would play, and then I would leave my toys, and I would close the door, and then I’d crack the door open just to peek really quickly to see if they were moving.”

[FOR THE OTHER 29 BEST PIXAR VOICE PERFORMANCES, CLICK ON ANDY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Jason Statham in talks for Fast & Furious sequels
Just when you thought the franchise had enough badass bald men…Is this news imitating art? Rumours are coming Fast & Furious about the driving series of the same name, including word that two new movies will shoot next year and that Jason Statham will be in one of them!  Justin Lin is back to direct his fourth (and fifth?) movie in the franchise, having dropped out of both Highlander and Terminator films. [FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE STATH OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Jason Statham in talks for Fast & Furious sequels

Just when you thought the franchise had enough badass bald men…

Is this news imitating art? Rumours are coming Fast & Furious about the driving series of the same name, including word that two new movies will shoot next year and that Jason Statham will be in one of them!
 
Justin Lin is back to direct his fourth (and fifth?) movie in the franchise, having dropped out of both Highlander and Terminator films.

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE STATH OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Famous Movie Cars As Pixar Cars

Batmobile. DeLorean. Ecto-1. Via Buzzfeed.

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Cars 2 speeds all the way to box office victory
Pixar’s hot-wheeled sequel Cars 2 revved to the top of the US box office this weekend, grossing an impressive $68m.In a bit of a blow to Pixar’s stellar run, the follow-up to the studio’s 2006 vehicle only managed to bag fair to middling reviews, even though it beat the first Cars' debut of $60m.However, the sequel was still streets ahead of the nearest competition, with Cameron Diaz’s Bad Teacher (a fitting title given the critical reactions it’s had) landing in second place with $31m.

Cars 2 speeds all the way to box office victory

Pixar’s hot-wheeled sequel Cars 2 revved to the top of the US box office this weekend, grossing an impressive $68m.

In a bit of a blow to Pixar’s stellar run, the follow-up to the studio’s 2006 vehicle only managed to bag fair to middling reviews, even though it beat the first Cars' debut of $60m.

However, the sequel was still streets ahead of the nearest competition, with Cameron Diaz’s Bad Teacher (a fitting title given the critical reactions it’s had) landing in second place with $31m.

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Forget Cheryl Cole… Mater is in #cannes too! (Taken with instagram)

Forget Cheryl Cole… Mater is in #cannes too! (Taken with instagram)

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Cars 2 viral revs online

A funky, old-school viral video promoting Cars 2 (in a very roundabout way) has been unveiled online.

Pixar took advantage of this weekend’s WonderCon in San Francisco by parking  a car outside the Moscone Centre with a Twitter address emblazoned on the vehicle’s back window.

That @ChromeLeaks account takes Tweeters to a viral website called Cars-n-Deals.com, which contains a funny, fake advert for the Cars N’ Deals of Emeryville.

The ad was directed by Chris Cantwell, who also helmed the fake Lots-o-Huggin bear ad for Toy Story 3 last year.

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Cars 2 Vintage Posters: Tokyo

Cars 2 Vintage Posters: Tokyo

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Cars 2 Vintage Posters: Porto Corsa

Cars 2 Vintage Posters: Porto Corsa

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Cars 2 Vintage Posters: Paris

Cars 2 Vintage Posters: Paris