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The short’s premise hinges on the dimension bending door technology of the Monster world.
What a wanton abuse of monster power. I love it.
First Look At Pixar’s Party Central, The Monsters University Spin-Off That Will Play With Muppets Most Wanted
Party Central was going to be released with The Good Dinosaur, but seeing as that film has been shuffled down the schedule, this short has now been paired with Muppets.
I’d particularly recommend Philomena, Saving Mr. Banks, All Is Lost and Pixar’s The Blue Umbrella.
An exclusive, illustrated study of just how Pixar’s most distinctive short film came to be.
Many of you sent questions by e-mail, some of you sent tweets, and a certain comic book creator sent a message in a bottle.
We’ve been using the Bleeding Cool social media channels to solicit questions from our readers for Dan Scanlon and Kori Rae, the director and producer of Monsters University. They’ve agreed to do a full “readers’ interview” for us, and reply …
Party Central was directed by Sym-Bionic Titan and Foster’s Home alum Kelsey Mann.
And why did Pixar finally try to create photorealistic animation after years of avoiding it?
Exclusive Video: Deconstructing The Design Of Monsters University With Director Dan Scanlon And Producer Kori Rae
Some analysis of Pixar magic from the filmmakers.
On how this particular story came into being, some of the dead ends abandoned during development, and how hard it is to animate the Monster world.
Yes, film is a visual medium, but it’s an aural medium too.
If you go into this prequel worried that it might in some way clash with or betray the original film, just a few minutes should put your mind at rest…
Clip-Full Preview Reel For The Edinburgh International Film Festival – Skinheads, Dinosaurs and Monsters
This reel for The Edinburgh International Film Festival is bound to be the only place you’ll see Monsters University cut next to skinhead socio-drama My Dog Killer all summer long.
Nathan Fillion will be popping up in a few movies this year. There’s Much Ado About Nothing, the second Percy Jackson and Monsters University.
I hope to see this film as soon as is humanly possible.
Added bonus: a firebreathing cheerleader.
In which I get your hopes up and/or crush your dreams with talk of Toy Story 4 again… but that’s not all…