Blowing things up…now in gorgeous slow mo!
When he’s not making indies like The Station Agent or the upcoming The Cobbler, filmmaker Thomas McCarthy writes studio scripts like Up and Million Dollar Arm. Here’s why he doesn’t see the two as all that different.
Do not watch any of these films without an entire box of tissues handy. WARNING: Spoilers and major tears ahead.
Wait, HOW many balloons does it take to lift a house?!
“Don’t you worry, Ellie. We’ll get our house over there.”
Basically, someone thought the first 10 minutes weren’t sad enough. Via Cheezburger.
In an interview with BuzzFeed, Pixar co-founder Ed Catmull discusses his new book, Creativity Inc., and says reframing the concept of failure is the only sure way to find success.
A tale of determination, friendship, and knowing what matters. Cue all the feels.
Because the animals are always the best part.
Austin’s Mondo Gallery has partnered with Oh My Disney for a new art exhibit titled Nothing’s Impossible, which pays tribute to classic Disney and Pixar films with wonderful and jaw-dropping artwork.
Plus a device that translates your dog’s thoughts into human words, guess the celeb from their throwback pic, and ‘Batman Vs. Terminator.’
There’s WHAT hiding in the Pixar building?!
It’s okay, it’s “Safe For Work Porn.”
This is the cutest thing you’ll see all day.
As if your childhood could get anymore charming.
Yesterday, Jonathan Trappe attempted set a world record by traveling the Atlantic with only helium balloons, but he was forced cut his mission short after just 12 hours.
By artist Kristal Babich. Please excuse my ugly sobbing.
He is either the world’s greatest daredevil or a complete and utter lunatic. An IT Manager from North Carolina is attempting to cross the Atlantic Ocean by clinging to helium filled balloons.
Jon Negroni recently developed “The Pixar Theory,” and it will make your jaw drop.
In case you want to un-zip-a-dee your doo-dah.
You will never be able to not notice these hidden gems again.
Spoiler Alert: K is for Kill Bill. Created by Meagan Hyland.
Alternately, a party where parents dressed their kid up as adorably as possible.
Even during the Golden Age actors and actresses still messed up their lines. They really weren’t so different than you and I.
It all started with a doodle of a grumpy old man holding balloons. And ended with the most heart-rending opening sequence in the history of animation.