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My lovely Disnerds,
We have a lot to get caught up on! If you're anything like me, you probably keep yourself updated on Disney news daily, but if not I'm going to try to hit the highlights of the past five months. Strap yourself in and let's get going!
I made an interactive image detailing the best of the Inside Out Twitter Q&A yesterday. Warning: works best on computers. Hover over each dot to see Pete's responses:
Also, Pete Docter, the famed Disney Pixar director, will be holding a twitter Q & A at 1:15! Haver a question? Tweet him at @iTunesTrailers.
Today is an exciting day for Pixar news. The animation company released another trailer for Inside Out. Check it out here:
Friday was the last day of our Inside Out Sneak Peek week and we got to see Joy, voiced by Amy Poehler. I admit this post is late but I was on a church retreat until yesterday with no access to technology. Nevertheless, I apologize for the late update.
Check out the new poster and video!
It's Thursday, and that means another sneak peek at a character from Disney/Pixar's upcoming film Inside Out. Today we met Fear, who will be voiced by Bill Hader. Here's the awesome poster and video:
We're halfway through the week, and today Pixar released a sneak peek of the character Anger from their upcoming movie Inside Out. Anger will be voiced by Lewis Black when the movie premieres on June 19, 2015.
Check out the awesome poster and video:
For Tuesday Pixar graced us with the character Disgust voiced by Mindy Kaling. Check it out:
All week Disney/Pixar will be releasing information on the characters in their upcoming movie Inside Out (see my blog post about it here).
Today we got a magical sneak peek into Sadness, who will be voiced by Phyllis Smith. Check out the poster and video below.
Hey guys! We got some exciting news yesterday from Pixar Studios: the fourth Toy Story movie will hit theaters on June 16th of 2017!
Theories on the plot line of the movie are already taking over the Internet, but I'm just excited for the continuation of my childhood after the heartbreaking end of Toy Story 3.
Do you have your own theories or jubilations about the movie? Leave a comment below!
The other day I watched The Incredibles for the first time in a long time; I had forgotten what a master piece this movie is.
The Incredibles tells the story of a family of superheroes who are trying to be normal after society scolds them for being super. The father of the family, Bob Parr (AKA Mr. Incredible), is addicted to undercover saving. His wife, Helen (AKA Elastigirl) has her hands full with their three children Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack. When Mr Incredible, tempted by the chance to relive his glory days, finds himself in a situation that is too much for him to handle alone, the family comes together and learns that they are more than the sum of their parts.
My favorite part of the movie pertaining to the animation is the detail they put into some of the action scenes. Everything is moving quickly and it feels like the action sequences in this movie could stand up to those in any live-action movie.
The plot is completely family-centered and teaches an awesome lesson about being special. The main villain, Syndrome, has one fantastic line (which he technically shares with Dash), where he says, "And when everyone is special, no one will be." There are so many funny moments, including Syndrome's mention of villains monologuing, Edna's capes, Mr. craziness, and what may be the most famous scene from the movie: Frozone and his wife.
The Incredibles is a must-see for anyone who loves Disney and/or Superhero flicks and/or touching family movies. It's never too early to teach someone that they have the chance to be incredible.
Kat Shambaugh: photographer, graphic designer, wannabe Disney princess. Literature, Media, and Communications major at the Georgia Institute of Technology.