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Pixar Celebrates All-Female Leadership Team of ‘Turning Red’: “The Most Efficient Film We’ve Ever Made”

On Tuesday night, Hollywood Boulevard played host to the red carpet premiere of Disney Pixar’s Turning Red — a coming-of-age tale centered on 13-year-old Mei Lee, a girl torn between being her mother’s obedient daughter and giving into the chaos of her youth. Not to mention, she turns into a big red panda when she […]

‘Soul’s’ Pete Docter Wins Record Third Best Animated Feature Oscar

This is also the 11th best animated feature Oscar to go to a Pixar movie.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Pete Docter (‘Soul’)

Pixar's chief creative officer, a writer/director who is the most Oscar-nominated person in the history of the best animated feature category, reflects on the roots of his love of animation, transitioning from hand-drawn to computer and succeeding John Lasseter.

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Shows Promise for HBO Max, Audience Survey Finds

The superhero sequel has been watched more in its first few days than any 2020 SVOD title surveyed by Screen Engine, although Disney+ and Pixar's holiday offering 'Soul' wasn't far behind.

‘Soul’: Film Review | London 2020

Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey voice the lead characters for Pixar's latest, 'Soul,' a tribute to the vitality of jazz, New York City and the immaterial world.

‘Animation Outlaws’: Film Review

Kat Alioshin's doc 'Animation Outlaws' celebrates the long-running showcase that introduced young Americans to future animation stars.

What ‘Soul’ Says About the Future of Pixar

In the age of sequels, Pixar will have two original films out in 2020, thanks to 'Onward' and 'Soul.'

Pixar Reveals New Feature ‘Soul’ for 2020

With 'Toy Story 4' hitting theaters this weekend, animation powerhouse Pixar has announced a new feature: 'Soul.'

Pete Docter, Jennifer Lee to Lead Pixar, Disney Animation

Pete Docter and Jennifer Lee have been named chief creative officers of Disney’s animation divisions, Pixar and Walt Disney Animation, respectively, succeeding John Lasseter, who is leaving the company.

Making of ‘Inside Out’: Which Emotions Didn’t Make the Cut

Hope, Envy and Pride were ultimately dropped from the storyboard (and 11-year-old Riley's mind) as Pete Docter spent four years undergoing multiple script changes to bring Pixar’s animated hit to the big screen.