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New Image From Disney•Pixar’s “Up” [Updated]

Upcoming Pixar reader, Garrett, says, " I stumbled upon this photo today, while i was looking at my favorite Walt Disney World fan-website. Check it out."

As you can see to the right, the image looks like a piece of concept art from Up. It is on display at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Orlando Florida, I believe. I have also tried to straighten out the image for you, which can be viewed here. Thanks Garret! 

To recap for new readers, Up is Pixar’s tenth animated film scheduled for theatrical release June 12, 2009. In an earlier issue of TIME, director Pete Docter described Up as a "coming-of-old-age story" about a seventy-something guy who lives in a house that "looks like your grandparents’ house smelled." He befriends a clueless young Wilderness Ranger and gets into lots of altercations. Says Pixar: "Our hero travels the globe, fights beasts and villains and eats dinner at 3:30 in the afternoon."

UPDATECheck out EpcotServo for more information, including info on Toy Story Mania.

0 Responses to New Image From Disney•Pixar’s “Up” [Updated]

  1. Elikrotupos says:

    Is it just concept art or… will be 2D? o_O

  2. bawpcwpn says:

    Well I’m putting my money on normal Pixar animation, but only time will tell.

  3. Heimlich says:

    Garrett you’re awesome

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hey there, EpcotServo here. (How about a little love for the guy who took the picture?) Heh heh. Glad you guys liked the picture. Be sure to check out the whole update for some Toy Story Mania pictures!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I guarantee it will be 3d. Looks like some major cel shading.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ve seen that picture made into 3-d and it’s pretty impressive!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Yeah i looked it up on Google and it said it was going to be in 3D. But I’m going to stay a wall-e fan until i’ve seen a million times and gotten bored of it before I get all kicked up about ‘up’

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hey… who knows someone at pixar or Disney iin promotion and marketing.

    A good friend of mine (Mark K.) who is an aeronautical engineer, an honest to goodness ‘rocket scientist’, but more importantly he’s a ballooning engineer, not only hot air, but specifically high altitude gaseous balloons and… especially cluster balloons. We’ve gone over the numbers and he can manufacture the real deal as the UP house and the cluster balloons…not only that..but he has about 3 gas rated balloon pilots in his current efforts.

    We’re not talking this is something that flies once, but capable of daily flight. Over Disney, over cities, cross the country. I know Mark well because my company ( USH2 dot com) supplies the hydrogen for his efforts. Both Mark and myself have a severe dedication to the furthering of the ballooning sports, and especially the very high altitude stuff, 100,000+ feet. There is tremendous science to be done there… so guys…who knows who? and shout out back to us… what do you think of the idea of a real Disney UP House and cluster balloon system ? Not a toy, a manned craft, fully flyable and…who knows…it might be able to take passengers.

    All my best
    Steve :)

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