Pixar Plans For The Future

Except for the Cars films, I've never been disappointed by Pixar. They've elevated the art form of the animated feature in a way that hasn't been done since Walt Disney started back in the fifties. So, I'm looking forward to Brave, only the second feature they've done featuring human characters as the focus, which probably says something about how confident Pixar has become with their own animation.

This trailer is probably the last we'll see before the release, unless Disney opts for an Avengers style deluge of content in the weeks before the release. Billy Connelly sounds like he's having fun, and I love me a Scottish accent, but most importantly, this movie looks fun. And that song playing at the end really gets me in the ol' gut heart.

In future Pixar news, slated for release in May of 2014, the next feature after the Monsters Inc. sequel, has been given an official title: The Good Dinosaur. To say that I'm excited about a Pixar dinosaur feature is an understatement, though I'm put off by the title, when paired with this image:

The implication here is that man kind and dinosaurs are living together. I like fantasy and all, but the scientist in me knows that, if dinosaurs hadn't went extinct in their non-avian form, humans never would have evolved. We would have been eaten when we were all still otters. The title to me suggests that dinosaurs will be kept as pets, like a dog. And that makes me sad, because a proper dinosaur movie by the reigning masters of animation could have been the greatest thing ever.
The year after that, Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich will helm a movie about Dia de los Muertos, commonly known as The Day of the Dead. And that's all we know about that.

Via /Film and The Mary Sue.
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