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First Up Trailer Arrives

Check out the first trailer for Disney•Pixar’s Up, due out May 29, 2009 below. Up is directed by Pete Docter and Bob Peterson.

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0 Responses to First Up Trailer Arrives

  1. Mitch says:

    Ha-ha. Adorable. I’m really looking forward to seeing this….

    Most of the footage shown during the trailer was aired at the Comic-Con… during the “Up/Bolt” panel. There were a few seconds of animation that I had never seen before, however.

  2. Anonymous says:

    If I wasn’t happy, excited, and hollering earlier, I sure am now! Does anone know if that’s the actual score they’ll be using?
    The whole thing reminds me of a 18th-century sailing ship’s voyage; in my opinion, awesomeness at it’s best.
    I’m already in line for tickets. Way to go, Pixar!

  3. Al-Bob says:

    Really great…
    Love the part when the kid asks to come in..
    A great trailer…Up should be just as good as Walle if it is as good as its trailer is.

  4. Netbug009 says:

    ALRIGHT! I’ve been waiting for this one!

    ….Though, I’m a little… I dunno. On one hand, I’ happy to see the really cool Pixar montage (with WALL-E! Yay!) but we just did something similar on the last film and… I guess 2 is okay, but if this becomes a habit of every Pixar film i starts to feel really namedropping on Disney’s part.

    But anyways, I can’t wait! I’ve been convinced that nothing it going to replace WALL-E for me any time soon (If PIXAR beats WALL-E, it may be too much awesome for me to handle. seriously) but this looks like another great Pixar film and something I could laugh till I cry watching. Not the best trailer though. I hope they make another one. The first WALL-E trailer was pretty similar. Name dropping/a little footage. The second one was great tho.

    Bah, trailers schmailers. It’s Pixar. I’m going.

  5. CountSolo says:

    That was great! It looks like Pixar’s about to release its tenth masterpiece in a row.

  6. bennifer3000 says:

    @Anonymous’ Comment: “Does anone know if that’s the actual score they’ll be using?”

    No, but it’s Giacchino, so needless to say it will be incredible either way.

  7. Anonymous says:

    This appears to be a return to what made Pixar great! A film that truly appeals to both kids and adults, instead of some adult-oriented story being shoe-horned into an animated film. While Ratatouille was a brilliant film, it left my daughter less than impressed. She has been unwilling to see it a second time. Cars was something entirely different. We have seen that one in excess of 50 times, 5 of which were paid tickets at the local Cineplex. Wall-E was too heavy-handed in terms of environmental message. My daughter and I were disappointed on our first viewing, but hopeful our attitude will change when the dvd hits stores, though I am doubtful. UP! has a lighthearted, adventure quality to it that better serves moviegoers in search of fun escapism and a rollicking good time. Good storytelling can achieve this without excluding age groups (The Incredibles, Cars, Toy Story, Finding Nemo). Looking forward to this one very much.

    Mike Thompson
    Self-proclaimed Pixar enthusiast

  8. mnmears says:

    I’m just wondering if Ed Asner will get to use one of his most famous lines from The Mary Tyler Moore Show …

    “You’ve got spunk … I hate spunk” …

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