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Official Up Website UPdated: Production Notes and TV Spots

More new and exciting content can now be found on the Official Up Website.

Notably, the Production Notes section is now live! It features 10 pages of information about the film, including how Up got started, the characters, research and development for the movie, animation and technical notes, the 3D aspect of the film, the music and the cast and crew. There’s tons of stuff to read, click here to skip to that section of the site.

Some new bios for Pixarians who worked on the film have also been added. These include Executive Producers John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton and composer Michael Giacchino. Click on the names to skip to their respective sections.

Newly uploaded are two TV Spots from Up that have been playing on US television recently. The clips are "Adventure" and "Balloons", the former is brand new to the web, and the latter was embedded on our site a while ago. "Adventure" is centered on Russell’s badges and features tons of new clips! Watch it here.

Speaking of websites, go ahead and follow Disney•Pixar’s UP official Twitter account, @UP_dates! They’ll be tweeting live from Cannes tomorrow and will be updating live with pictures of the crew out and about! While you’re there, don’t forget to follow us for all the latest Pixar news when it breaks and even some exclusives you won’t find on here.

0 Responses to Official Up Website UPdated: Production Notes and TV Spots

  1. Anonymous says:

    Who would read those production notes? Too tiny and you cannot copy/paste or save to your computer. Some bits are interesting but can’t be found in press anywhere.

  2. martini833 says:

    I’m not gonna lie, I read it. It’s not the easiest to navigate but it’s chock full of useful and interesting information. I recommend fans skim through it at least.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Disney’s site is horrible.

    It’s nice to see Up compared to Walle, seeing as how Pete Docter wrote both of them!

  4. Mitch says:

    The production notes really are worth a read. I haven’t perused them all, but by sifting through a few of the pages I was pleasantly engaged.

    Thanks for the update, martini!

  5. Anonymous says:

    martini, I tried to read them too, but I stopped after the bit about using a special color for Ellie. That is quite thoughtful for an animated film. My eyes hurt, gonna save the rest for next time.

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