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Pixar Feb 13
Grab your Super suits and thinking caps – it’s time to tune in for some incredible film facts.
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Pixar Mar 12
Fill up your knowledge canisters with film facts!
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Pixar Feb 13
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This has been another fact snack attack.
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Pixar Feb 5
Come and get it! We've got some piping hot fun facts about our short film for .
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Pixar Feb 5
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Hope you enjoyed this fact snack attack! Happy !
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Pixar Mar 12
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Adorable and artistic! One of the posters on Boo's wall was actually drawn by Mary Gibbs, the voice of Boo.
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Pixar Feb 20
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Director Rosana Sullivan watched endless cat videos to de-stress, which led to Kitbull. “At first, I just wanted to draw something that made me feel good and was fun, but it evolved into something more personal to me…”
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Pixar Mar 12
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Well, this has been a scream! Don’t forget to fill out your paperwork and be careful of 23-19s!
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Pixar Mar 12
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The voices of Roz, Smitty, and Needleman were all stand-ins provided by employees as tests until professional actors were cast. They worked so well, they made it to the final film! Your stunned silence is very reassuring.
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Pixar Feb 13
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Production designer Ralph Eggleston and the art team traveled to Palm Springs to study the area’s architecture for inspiration. Imagine their surprise when they saw most homes they visited had “The Art of The Incredibles” book on the coffee table!
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Pixar Feb 20
Let's string together another set of fun facts! Follow the pattern to learn more about our newly-released .
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Pixar Feb 20
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And meow for Kitbull! Every frame of this 2D animated short was hand-drawn and hand-painted.
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Pixar Feb 20
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While Purl might leave you in stitches, filmmakers’ main message is: You don’t have to be better than others to prove your worth. You can just be you.
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Pixar Feb 13
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Evelyn Deavor’s look was inspired by a cat – laid-back, confident, and comfortable wherever she goes.
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Pixar Feb 5
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Production designer Rona Liu has pet chickens (and loves chickens in general) so there’s a chicken kitchen timer, a year of the rooster poster, and a chicken take out box in the bakery. 🐔🐔🐔
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Pixar Mar 12
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The names on the Monsters, Inc. wall are names of real employees . The only one that isn’t is Plesuski – which director Pete Docter included because he thought it was a cool sounding name.
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Pixar Feb 13
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Filmmakers dressed Bob to reflect his state of mind. The more tired Bob gets, the more his wardrobe becomes gray and beige. The more Bob takes charge, the more his wardrobe reflects his newfound confidence with brighter colors.
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Pixar Feb 20
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To save time, Smash and Grab filmmakers scrapped the typical storyboard process. Says writer and director Brian Larsen, “We went right from script into motion capture.”
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Pixar Mar 12
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Something fishy's going on here… Harryhausen's Sushi Restaurant, where Mike and Celia have their date, is named after Ray Harryhausen, an animation legend who pioneered stop-motion animation.
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Pixar Feb 13
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When Brad Bird created wannabe Super character, Reflux, filmmakers were perplexed. How do you make a character whose power is to heave hot lava appealing? It proved to be a huge challenge until artists turned to the frog for inspiration.
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