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Brand new Coco poster and trailer

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Posted by Joanna • September 12, 2017

Pixar have revealed another beautiful poster for their much-anticipated movie Coco, with a new trailer set to release tomorrow at 9am PST.

With all the new details we have learnt about Coco over the past few months, we now know that it will take place partly in the “land of the living”, and partly in the “land of the dead”. The new poster exhibits this concept perfectly, with Miguel’s town and family filling one half of the image, and his ancestors and the bright lights of the “land of the dead” filling the other half. The striking bridge of marigold petals ties the two worlds together, as it will in the film itself. Coco will have a large cast of Latino actors and actresses, and it’s amazing to see the sheer variety of characters in the foreground and background. Even Pepita, the giant flying cat and spiritual guide, can be seen flying amongst the fireworks in the top right.

It’s not long now before Coco will finally be released in theatres, and tomorrow morning’s new trailer will no doubt make our excitement even more unbearable! To tide you over, some new Coco footage (heavily featuring Miguel’s Abuelita) was released on Sunday to celebrate Grandparents Day:

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Brand new international Coco poster + trailer!

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Posted by Simoa • August 7, 2017

Lee Unkrich has shared the newest international poster for Coco on twitter.

More characters are featured; Miguel’s family, both living and dead and his spirit guide, Hector. Our hero is front and center, beaming as he holds Ernesto de la Cruz’s guitar. The poster signals a triumphant moment, as the Rivera family looks at their youngest with pride, although music has been forbidden in the family for generations. This lovely poster comes to us just days after the latest Spanish language trailer was released, which you can watch below.


The central conflict, the Rivera family’s aversion to music, is briefly explored in this trailer, for the first time. We’re also treated to a brief glimpse of Miguel’s abuelita, who wields a powerful shoe (chancla, in this case). Hector, Miguel’s spirit guide in the land of the dead, is also given some lines and has a funny interaction with Miguel, who tries his best to imitate a skeleton walk.

Last weekend, I was lucky enough to visit Pixar and watch the first 35 minutes of the film. Some of that footage was included in this trailer, which is the best one so far.

Check back here for more Coco updates and some special posts all about the Pixar screening and more!

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Coco to premiere at Mexico’s Morelia International Film Festival

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Posted by Joanna • July 6, 2017

Very fittingly, Coco is set to have its world-premiere at Mexico’s Morelia International Film Festival on October 20th, over a month before the US release date.

The Morelia Film Festival’s Twitter announced the news yesterday, posting a video of Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina (directors), and Darla Anderson (producer) expressing their delight in having Coco featured as an opening night movie at this festival’s 15th anniversary.

Adrian Molina describes Coco as:

“the first Pixar movie inspired by the lovely people, the beautiful traditions, and the culture of Mexico, so we are honoured to have the opportunity to launch it there first.”

A new poster has been produced for the festival, and it’s beautiful – it has the same bright colours as the logo, but some familiar characters and objects can be seen in amongst the brush strokes forming the iconic skull representing Día de los Muertos. Mama Coco takes centre stage, and the skull’s teeth seem to be formed by the bridge between the land of the dead and the land of the living that we saw in the latest trailer.

Here’s hoping Coco helps in making Morelia’s 15th film festival its best yet!

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A chance to win a stunning Dolby-exclusive Cars 3 poster!

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Posted by Joanna • June 15, 2017

The race towards Cars 3 is almost over, and with all these teasers, posters, and interviews it’s definitely been an exciting ride! Dolby Cinema is currently holding a competition where you could win an EXCLUSIVE poster. It really captures that striking Route-66-inspired scenery the Cars universe is set in. Comment on their Facebook post for a chance to win (follow the link for full terms and conditions).

Have you already got your tickets booked? Dolby Cinema offers an amazing theatre experience with high quality Dolby Vision imaging and moving Dolby Atmos audio. Cars 3 is bound to be Pixar’s most stunning entry to the Cars franchise yet. Find your nearest Dolby Cinema here.

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Check Out The New Poster for Coco!

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Posted by Nia • March 13, 2017

Lee Unkrich, the director of Coco, released a brand new poster for the upcoming film on Friday:

The poster is colorful and heaps of fun, as it depicts one of the characters of the film, Dante – a hairless Mexican dog, otherwise known as a Xoloitzcuintle. It’s also hard not to notice the character being playfully pet by a skeleton whilst what appears to be glowing flower petals float away to the left.

And yes… you certainly read that correctly! We will finally be seeing a trailer for Unkrich’s second feature film THIS week. Seriously, we can hardly wait.

Coco is set to be released this November.

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Can You Find Dory In These Gorgeous New Posters?

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Posted by Nia • February 10, 2016

Yesterday Pixar released four new breathtaking posters for Finding Dory. See them below in their high-res glory:

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Images via Disney/Pixar

Could you find her hiding in each poster? The photos give us more of a glimpse into the world of the film and offer different colorful atmospheres. From the first poster bursting with energy to the last being dark and mysterious, with possible danger lurking behind the seaweed. It’s quite fun trying to figure out what destination she’s off to on the back of those stingrays. Perhaps these are four new key locations for the underwater world that Dory will have to venture to in order to find her family? Whatever the case may be, it’s certainly refreshing seeing Dory again and getting a little bit of a variation in her character with each poster. Finding Dory is out June 17th (only four more months to go!).

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Mindy Kaling talks Disgust!

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Posted by Simoa • March 3, 2015

poster 3People Magazine unveiled the official poster for Inside Out on their snapchat today. The poster features bright colors and Joy (Amy Poehler) in the center, blissfully unaware of the varying degrees of negativity surrounding her. If anyone is unfamiliar with the film’s plot up to this point, the poster is extremely effective at piquing interest.

An onlooker would see that the same filmmakers behind Up are responsible for this new feature, and would wonder at the emotions being displayed. The poster even recalls one element of Up; the balloons. It almost looks like a party that only Joy is happy about, while the others are disgusted, frightened, angry, and sad.

Mindy Kaling, the voice of Disgust, was also interviewed by People for her involvement in the film. Her answers pertaining to the film and the pint sized green queen appear below.

Why were you excited to be a part of this movie?
It’s a Pixar movie!

If you didn’t play Disgust, which emotion would you want to play?
I think I could’ve nailed Outrage.

Which of the voices in your head is the loudest? Which are you encouraging to speak up more?
These days I have been feeling so grateful for what I get to work on. Between Inside Out, The Mindy Project and writing my book, I’m so happy. I know actors who are miserable no matter what they are doing and complain constantly about their jobs, and I just don’t identify with that at all. These are such great jobs to have, and it doesn’t feel like hard work when the material is so good.

Any emotion you think was left out of this movie?
Nope, I think the emotions assembled are a great mix and complement each other really well.

The official poster further indicates that a lot of the humor will probably depend on just how oblivious Joy is to the other four, but to see them complement each other will be a real treat!

Disney Pixar also posted a photo to their instagram page of a recording session, with a clip of Joy who appears to be playing a musical instrument!

What do you think of the new poster and Mindy Kaling’s interview?

Sound off below!

 

 

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‘Toy Story That Time Forgot’ Heads to Comic-Con with New Poster

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Posted by Brkyo614 • July 21, 2014

Disney has recently eschewed San Diego Comic-Con in favor of its own D23 Expo, but with D23 taking a year off, Pixar will still be showing up at Comic-Con this weekend. Rather than showcasing its 2015 films, the studio will be pushing its 2014 holiday special, Toy Story That Time Forgot, with a one-hour panel on Thursday. Attendees will receive a gorgeous new poster by Hellboy artist Mike Mignola featuring Reptillius Maximus, a new character voiced by Kevin McKidd. The official panel description reads:

"Calling all Toy Story fans! ABC and Disney•Pixar present an exclusive first look at the upcoming holiday special, Toy Story That Time Forgot. Executive producer Galyn Susman (Toy Story OF TERROR!), director Steve Purcell (Brave), and head of story Derek Thompson (WALL•E) give you an exclusive inside look at the sketches, storyboards, and concepts that went into the making of this Disney•Pixar special! (Thursday July 24, 11:15 am – 12:15 pm, Room 6A)"

TV Line (via Pixar Times) also reports that the panel will be moderated by Michael Giacchino and feature Kristen Schaal (voice of Trixie) and Kevin McKidd. Any Pixar fan headed to San Diego this weekend won’t want to miss this.

And here’s the latest synopsis for the short, which airs this winter on ABC:

"During a post-Christmas play date, the gang find themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It’s all up to Trixie, the triceratops, if the gang hopes to return to Bonnie‘s room in this Toy Story That Time Forgot."

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First Poster for ‘The Good Dinosaur’

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Posted by Brkyo614 • October 26, 2013

When The Good Dinosaur was delayed to November 2015, it was logical to assume we wouldn’t be seeing any promotional material for a while. Surprisingly enough, a poster has already made its way online thanks to JPosters (via The Rotoscopers).

Though it lacks the artistic elegance of the Up and Brave teaser posters, this gives us our first good look at Arlo (voiced by Lucas Neff) and human Spot. The poster probably leaked well earlier than intended, considering the URL at the bottom currently leads to nothing. Still, an official release may be coming sooner than expected.

With a November 25, 2015 release date, The Good Dinosaur is still over two years away. How do you feel about the character designs?

UPDATE: Lead character designer Daniela Strijleva had this to say about the poster on Twitter:

"Looks like an unfinished unofficial piece of work that’s not supposed to be out there. Not Pixar endorsed."

So the poster itself is likely unofficial, but the character designs are identical to those shown at D23 earlier this year.

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Colorful New ‘Monsters University’ Poster!

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Posted by Brkyo614 • February 26, 2013

The last batch of Monsters University posters took a very plain design approach, mostly featuring some character renders against a plain background. The latest, however, does the complete opposite, cramming dozens of the film’s colorful characters together to show off their school pride!

Be sure to click for the high-resolution version, as the poster is absolutely brimming with bright character designs and details. It’s very reminiscent of the similarly jam-packed Toy Story 3 poster, only with a bit more breathing room. 

Look for this eye-catching poster in theaters leading up to Monsters University‘s June 21 premiere!

(Via Nerdist)

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