Pixar

Cars 3

By Elena Lazic

This latest Pixar sequel is a digitally-rendered blockbuster which celebrates the joys of the analogue world.

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Pixar set to open experimental animated shorts department

By Amy Bowker

The studio aims to explore new creative visions through more radical storytelling.

Pixar’s Coco gets a charming first trailer

By Jack Godwin

The animation studio’s latest is inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead.

Pixar’s Day of the Dead film will feature an all-Latino cast

By Caitlin Quinlan

The animation house has released concept art and plot details for Coco.

In praise of Luxo Jr – the short film that changed cinema

By Michael Dalton

Thirty years ago Pixar’s charming debut ushered in a new age of cinematic storytelling.

Revisiting Ellen DeGeneres’ forgotten hetero rom-com

By Adam White

In 1996’s Mr Wrong the Finding Dory star played it straight for Hollywood with surprising results.

Finding Dory

By Anton Bitel

Pixar’s latest transoceanic odyssey is a pixel-perfect comedy about learning to overcome adversity and disability.

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The Secret Life of Pets

By Adam Woodward

This animated adventure from the makers of Minions fails to live up to its initial promise.

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Watch the salty first trailer for Sausage Party

By Joel Philpott

Seth Rogen and co team up to voice this R-rated CG animation. But will it cut the mustard?

Watch the fishy first trailer for Finding Dory

By Little White Lies

Twelve years on from Finding Nemo, Disney-Pixar have a new tale of oceanic self-discovery.

Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera take our Pixar quiz

By Adam Woodward

The Inside Out director and producer pair test their knowledge of the cherished animation house.

Cars 2

By Nell Frizzell

A long, meandering sub-James Bond pastiche set in the confounding world of talking cars.

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Cars

By Matt Bochenski

John Lasseter has described the film as ‘a present to the world’. You might want to keep the receipt.

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