Just a couple of kids (READ: NOT ACTUALLY PEOPLE AT PIXAR, JUST NORMAL BLOGGERS WITH COMPUTERS) working together to bring you the screenshots, video, music, and stills from all the Pixar movies.

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  • "He [Joe Ranft] had a way of making you feel like anything was possible and any problem could be overcome. He brought out the best in you."
    Andrew Stanton
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  • yenni:

    Brad Bird, Andrew Stanton, John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich

     awwwww look at the bromance between Andrew + John, they’re so qt and Lee thinks he can have JL all to himself but awww look at poor Pete wants to join in but can’t because his awkwardness has relegated him to the back

    why is Brad the only normal one here

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  • Happy birthday Andrew Stanton!

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  • elliefredricksen:

    Andrew Gordon: “So it started with just Christmas lights. And then I was putting fur in there, like faux fur, pillows, and shelving units. I put a camera in there so I could see if anyone was coming.
    One day, Andrew Stanton was on a walk through for Nemo, I think it was, he was like: “Where’s Gordon?”
    “And I was in there. And so he stuck his head in. I thought I was going to get fired or something or get in trouble. And he was like: “Oh cool!”

    (via deletedgoodbye-deactivated20120)

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  • Pete Docter, John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton when they flew out to Disney to first begin work on Toy Story.

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  • "Part of the reason you do anything creative is the challenge of conquering it and the challenge of learning."
    Andrew Stanton (via brightphotography)
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  • “I realized the point I was trying to push with these two programmed robots was the desire for them to try and figure out what the point of living was…It took these really irrational acts of love to sort of discover them against how they were built…I realized that that’s a perfect metaphor for real life. We all fall into our habits, our routines and our ruts, consciously or unconsciously to avoid living. To avoid having to do the messy part. To avoid having relationships with other people. of dealing with the person next to us. That’s why we can all get on our cell phones and not have to deal with one another. I thought, ‘That’s a perfect amplification of the whole point of the movie.’ I wanted to run with science in a way that would sort of logically project that.”

    - Andrew Stanton, director of WALL-E