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A blooper in the 1999 film depicts the "casting couch," a practice allegedly used by predatory men in Hollywood, including Harvey Weinstein.
The Oscar-winning actress stepped down from a movie produced by Skydance Animation after it hired accused sexual harasser John Lasseter.
The Time’s Up initiative criticized Lasseter’s hiring, arguing that it “endorses and perpetuates a broken system."
John Lasseter is stepping down after taking a leave of absence over the misconduct claims.
To hear the directors of Zootopia talk, it was Ginnifer's emotionally grounded voice-over work as Officer Judy Hopps that really made that scene in this Walt Disney Animation Studios production work.
Am I rooting for it to win the Best Short Film Live Action Academy Award tonight? You betcha. And by the end of this piece
Mind you, if your child really is a Good Dinosaur fan, they're certainly going to be surprised if they find Jack, Mary Alice
Production Designer Harley Jessup presents at Pixar Studios. Photo by Marc Flores, courtesy Pixar. Director Peter Sohn challenged
Disney•Pixar's The Good Dinosaur imagines a world where dinosaurs never became extinct, and tells the story of a lost young dinosaur (Arlo) finding his way back home. At its core, The Good Dinosaur is a western film, and that's what Director Peter Sohn needed to research to understand.
Can you imagine a visit to a Disney park without seeing Buzz or Woody? How many times have you heard kids at a fish tank yell, "There's Nemo! There's Dory!" It's even easier for kids to talk about their feelings because of Pixar's Inside Out.
But which members? Which stars? You'll need to be seated in Hall D23 (which seats 7,500, by the way. Up from the 4,000 seats
His character, "Yehaa" Bob, is a tireless, relentlessly goofy entertainer with serious piano chops. He's got a wide-ranging repertoire, and signature crowd-pleasing bits and catch phrases ("How's my hair?") that he's honed over the course of his almost two decades of performing at the Roost.
In the end Patrick Osborne and his storyboard artists did finally find a way to deliver on Feast's initial promise. But a lot of that was because of many of the behind-the-scenes creative decisions that they made as they rushed to put this new animated short together. Take, for example, Winston, the cartoon canine who serves as Feast's central character.
As you've probably already heard, Disney Parks and Resorts go kind of Christmas Crazy this time of year with character-specific decorations giving each land at the Parks an especially festive feel for the holiday season. But what you may not have heard is that Disney Infinity fans are now also embracing the spirit of the season.
So what's been going on with the Toy Story gang since we last saw Buzz, Woody & Co. on the steps at Bonnie's house, as they sadly watched Andy drive off to college? Quite a lot, actually.