Monsters University is Pixar's first attempt at a prequel and as one of its most beloved computer-animated films
, it was very risky.
While denying there was a schism with DreamWorks, whose computer-animated films
include Shrek and Madagascar, Park said that there were cultural disparities.
Toy Story 3 ably demonstrated that magical computer-animated films
are alive and well and 2010 is shaping up to be a vintage period for the medium with How To Train Your Dragon in March and the delights of Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga'Hoole and MegaMind still to come.
It takes a massive team effort to bring computer-animated films
to the big screen, and Andy reveals exactly what goes on behind-the-scenes: "A Pixar film usually takes about four years from the very start to the very end and in the studio there are usually a few films on the go at any one time.
Meet the Robinsons combines elements of previous computer-animated films
without the story to hold it together.
may be grounded in fantasy but one of the secrets behind making them blockbusters remains buried deep within human psychology.
Four years after "Toy Story" debuted in 1995, other computer-animated films
began to show up on the B.
The deal, said to be worth just under one million dollars, will pave the way for three computer-animated films
Pixar, the producers of the first computer animated film to win an Academy Award, has signed an agreement with Walt Disney Pictures to produce one or more feature-length computer-animated films
In addition, because the Commercial Division can share artistic and technical resources from PDI/DreamWorks' Feature Animation Division (creators of the computer-animated films
ANTZ and the upcoming SHREK), a high level of quality and technical expertise is available to commercial clients.
and ``Toy Story,'' Pixar has taken the success of computer-animated films
to unprecedented levels.
A radical collaboration of computer-animated films
, Imax's "CyberWorld 3D," presented by Intel(R), features all-new characters as well as familiar characters from such popular productions as "The Simpsons" (20th Century Fox Film Corp.