Released on Disney+, "Out" is Pixar's first project to feature an LGBTQ character in a central role.
The film earned $40 million -- a somewhat disappointing start given Pixar's near-flawless track record when it comes to animated fare.
Everyone else looks kind of ... normal.
There's something fishy happening in the background of the Pixar movie.
Domee Shi, who's Chinese-Canadian, is the first woman to direct a Pixar original short.
In the new clip, Buzz Lightyear finds himself trapped in a toy's worst nightmare.
The film draws from director Domee Shi's experiences growing up in Toronto’s Chinese community.
The Time’s Up initiative criticized Lasseter’s hiring, arguing that it “endorses and perpetuates a broken system."
The comedy duo has reunited for the Pixar film and people are pumped.
Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Mr. Potato Head and the rest of the “Toy Story” family are set to return for ‘Toy Story 4.’