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  • Now you have 2 reasons to see MI 4: Ghost Protocol:

    • Brad Bird
    • Teddy Newton’s cameo
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  • Brad Bird (noun)

    elliefredricksen:

    1. A human person, in the male tradition, who is infinitely better than most humans.

    2. Director of The Iron Giant, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, and Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol. 

    3. Pixarian or an employee of Pixar.

    Alternate definition: Milt Kahl’s biggest fanboy.  

    Use this noun in a sentence: “Brad Bird takes the ideas idiots would ruin, and executes them in a way only geniuses know how.”

    OR

    “I want Brad Bird to punch me in the face.”

    Synonyms: John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, perfect, flaw free, stunning.

    (via fevrecodes)

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  • disneyprince:

    Writeup on Brad Bird in the New York Times today. The famed director of animated films The Iron Giant, The Incredibles, and Ratatouille, Bird’s foray into live-action filmmaking Mission Impossible 4 opens this Friday. It is currently tracking at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

    (via disneyprince-deactivated2012051)

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  • The Incredibles producer John Walker, director Brad Bird, and John Lasseter.

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  • "I was interested in coming to Pixar because they protected story."
    Brad Bird
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  • "People think of animation only doing things where people are dancing around and doing a lot of histrionics, but animation is not a genre. And people keep saying, “The animation genre.” It`s not a genre! A Western is a genre! Animation is an art form, and it can do any genre. You know, it can do a detective film, a cowboy film, a horror film, an R-rated film or a kids` fairy tale. But it doesn`t do one thing. And, next time I hear, “What`s it like working in the animation genre?” I`m going to punch that person!"
    Brad Bird (From The Incredibles DVD audio commentary)

    (Source: morismako)

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  • "Film is forever; pain is temporary."
    Brad Bird (via ninawilkins)
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