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.

  • Inside Out takes place inside the mind of a young girl named Riley whose family moves cross country. Understandably, the stress from the move throws her emotions off. The film will actually center on the emotions themselves, Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear, and Sadness, to tell much of the story. The image below was captured from the featurette on Disney Movies Anywhere. It may just be the first still from the film released to the public. Although we won’t know if it will make it into the finished film, at the very least we are staring at what appears to be the completed design of the female character. (via First Look At Riley From ‘Inside Out’)

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  • Pete Docter’s student short film, “Next Door.” Also more proof that he loves child characters. (x)

    (via 1elliefredricksen)

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  • disneypixar:

    Well, my favorite scenes are usually the sad ones. I don’t know what that says about me. But I loved doing the “Married Life” sequence on UP, and the scene in Monsters where Sulley has to say goodbye to Boo.” - Pete Docter

    “Monsters, Inc.” visual development art

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  • "Every film is different, but there’s always some hook that gets you into the project. On Monsters it was the thought that maybe monsters are real, and that they scare kids for a living — it’s their job. That simple premise lead to everything else. On UP it was a combo of doing something with a grouchy old man character (which just seemed fun) and my own feelings of wanting to escape the world. Nobody warned me that as a director basically all I do is run around and talk to people all day, and I’m not an extrovert… so by the end of the day I usually wanted to crawl under my desk. That feeling of getting away from the world lead to the story of UP. On my next film, it all started with— oops, I’m not supposed to talk about that one yet."
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  • "Yeah, MU is turning really well — it looks fantastic and is really funny. The kid who did the voice of Boo was Mary Gibbs — daughter of Rob Gibbs who was a story artist on the film (he’s since directed a bunch of Cars shorts too — very talented guy). Mary was too young to understand what we wanted her to do, so we had to trick her into stuff by playing games, jumping & running around, talking to puppets…. Later I used the same tricks working with Ed Asner. (Ha!)"
    Director Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc.) is doing a Reddit AMA right now. Head over and ask away. (via disneypixar)

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  • "I like Buzz, because I’m delusional."
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  • Attention

    Pete Docter will be answering questions on Reddit this upcoming Wednesday at 1:30 pm EST!

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  • davidcowlesillustrations:

    Happy Birthday, Pete Docter

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  • "You can’t hold on to anything too tight, but you have to hold it tight enough so that it doesn’t drift away."
    Pete Docter, on ideas (via disneypixar)
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