Though an “unapproved asset” coming out of Disney‘s turn at Annecy Intl. Animation Festival yesterday nearly ruined the reveal, some quick clean-up put the genie back in the bottle (kinda’). On Wednesday, Ben Feldman took to social media to officially introduce the world to Tylor Tuskmon, eager and talented mechanic in Monsters at Work, the […]
Disney used the occasion of this year’s Annecy Intl. Animation Festival to reveal a new poster for Monsters at Work, the upcoming animated Monsters, Inc. sequel series for their upcoming streaming service Disney+. If that wasn’t enough, the multimedia giant also announced that popular chipmunks Chip ‘n’ Dale will be rebooted for Disney+. UPDATE: Looks […]
Welcome to the latest edition of BC Toy Spotting! We are in and out of stores pretty much every day, and we figure (ha!) why not show all of our fellow collectors what we are coming across on pegs and shelves. As collectors, we know that staying on top of what is in stores can […]
Kingdom Hearts 3, the long, long delayed game from Square Enix, will finally be released. Announced late this evening, and two days before Square takes the stage at E3, the game will hit Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles on January 29, 2019. The announcement was made at the premiere of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra […]
Monsters, Inc. fans will want to pick up this new Nendoroid figure two-pack from Good Smile Company. Two versions will be available: a regular edition Mike and Boo figures only, and a deluxe version that has all kinds of accessories. Those include Boo’s door, swappable arms and legs, and alternate face plates for the figures […]
So sure, we’ve known for years that Pixar has the ability to play on audiences heartstrings like nobody else. Sure there’s other studios that are decent at it, but really, after the emotional impact of the first ten minutes of Up, in what’s effectively a silent film, they’ve earned the mic-drop. For Mothers Day, they’ve […]
Screenwriter Daniel Gerson passed away on Saturday at the age of 49 after battling brain cancer. Gerson co-wrote Monsters, Inc. with Andrew Stanton and worked with Robert L. Baird and Dan Scanlon on Monsters University. He also teamed with Baird and Jordan Roberts for Big Hero Six. His previously assisted on features Chicken Little, Curious […]
In honor of the upcoming release of Pixar’s new film Inside Out, the folks at Cinema Sins have gone back to the 2001 animated classic Monsters Inc for the latest Everything Wrong With… This is the first film to start with a negative amount of sins, but the proceeded to fill up 14 minutes worth […]
Director Pete Docter has taken audiences on an amazing balloon ride in Up and into a world of monsters and mayhem in Monsters, Inc. His next journey for Disney and Pixar is going to take audiences to a new place… inside the mind. Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for […]
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 to the best questions Bleeding Cool readers have put forward. The deadline is fast approaching, […]
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.
More story, more jokes, more Randall. Okay. A little Randall.
Apparently running off-radar since Boxing Day, there's a Monsters University viral Tumblr or, rather, Grumblr.
Dean Hardscrabble has another message for you, and then there's two new TV commercials looking to recruit students for Monsters University.
Monsters Inc. was a Sully story but it seems like Monsters University is a Mike story.
See the exact moment that Mike met Sully.
I missed Mike and Sully. It's good to have them back.
Good monsters and bad monsters and an old friend, now with four eyes.
Creepy eyed goat beastie gets caught up in frat shenanigans and I don't like it.
Pete Docter's third film is another Pixar original.