- Countdown to the return of The Dream of Pixar
- Countdown to pixar: 91 days left & final touches on Cars 2 film were made today
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- Cars 2 countdown: 93 days & a look at the promotional action Pixar is taking
- Is Steve Jobs about to lose his position at Disney?
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Free Disney Tickers I apologize to all readers, I am sorry to announce that The Dream of Pixar will be down for a couple of months due to certain conflicts. The Dream of Pixar official Twitter page will still be … Continue reading
Remember in high school when you worked on that essay that your pesky teacher assigned to you, and you didn’t finish until time reached the AM that night, or you worked for hours on end coding a new website, or … Continue reading
Normal blogs are usually one-sided “conversations” with the writer(s) and their readers. Or maybe it is two-sided where the reader can send personal messages to the writer, but that’s it. What about readers communicating with each other, talking to other … Continue reading
New Cars 2 poster was released this week that featured Lightning Mcqueen in the lead, followed by debut character Finn Mcmissile, behind is the well-known and loved Mater, then last is another new character that will be introduced in this … Continue reading
Institutional Shareholder Services of Walt Disney Co. are starting to consider whether of not if Steve Jobs is capable of holding his current position of being a member of the foundation’s board of directors at Disney. Due to his health … Continue reading
Today 2 new Cars 2 characters were released, both you may recognize 🙂 The first is Jeff Gorvette (none other than Jeff Gordon): Official Description: Jeff Gorvette is one of the greatest American racecars alive today. Donning the stars and … Continue reading
Michael Giacchino has composed the scores for Pixar’s “The Incredibles”, “Ratatouille”, and “Up”. By listening to all of Giacchino’s songs in the compositions for “The Incredibles”, “Ratatouille”, and “Up”, I’ve noticed several patterns in Giacchino’s style that recur in his works, … Continue reading