Directed by Lee Unkrich
Produced by Darla K. Anderson
Story by John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich
Screenplay by Michael Arndt
Music by Randy Newman
We celebrate 100 episodes of the podcast by looking back at the best scenes from Pixar films, chosen by us and by you.
A conversation with a Super-Fan: Simoa Barros joins us today to talk about last year's college “cliffhanger” pre-screening of Toy Story 3, which she attended; to review Tangled and Toy Story on Ice; and to help draw the winner of the Waking Sleeping Beauty DVD, signed by director Don Hahn.
Pixar takes home two Academy Awards. Plus, we get a look inside the Academy's Animated Feature Symposium.
As Oscar Month comes to a close, we bring you one more interview with a nominated Pixarian. Teddy Newton spoke with Pixar Talk's Greg Mariotti in June 2010 about his short film, Day and Night, which was later nominated for Best Animated Short.
Another Oscar Month episode: The Acadamy has reached out to the mothers of Oscar nominees this year, asking them to tweet as "mominees."I spoke with our favorite mominee--Emilie Unkrich, the mother of Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich.
Oscar Month episode!We review The Illusionist, an animated film up for Best Animated Feature.With special guest hosts Scott, Brooke, Jana, and Elisa. We also compare it to the other films nominated for Animated Feature: Toy Story 3 and How to Train Your Dragon.
Pixar says "It Gets Better," Toy Story celebrates its 15th birthday, and an Oscar news update!
Cars 2 releases a new trailer, a new poster, and new photos!Also, Disney pushes Toy Story 3 for Best Picture consideration, and a boyfriend seeks out the help of a professional designer to create a specialty engagement ring box based on Toy Story 3 characters!
The Cartoon Art Museum has its seventh annual event at Pixar, Darla K. Anderson talks about women at Pixar, and crazy children rap on the Disney Channel about Toy Story 3!
Halloween pics!Plus, the day has finally arrived…Toy Story 3 is released on Blu-ray and DVD! Also, much more.
Cars 2 trailer hits the Internet, Update on the Brenda Chapman story, and more!
Pixarians grab spots on Vanity Fair’s most influential people, Lee Unkrich talks about future Pixar projects, and images from Newt rise from the grave onto Disney Pixar’s Facebook page!
Pixar turns the ASIFA into a little orphan Annie Award, Pixarpalooza, and more!
In this episode, we talk books! Also, John Carter of Mars wraps up filming in Utah, and listener mail!
In this special news episode, I give you a review of Pixar’s entire DVD collection. Two new Pixar DVDs announced for November: Toy Story 3 and Mater’s Tall Tales!Also, TS3′s new record, and World of Cars Online Community.
Toy Story 3 had one of the greatest marketing campaign in the history of films. Much of that was because of the faithful tweeting of the director, Lee Unkrich. He made fans feel like they were part of the filmmaking process many months before the movie was released. It was his birthday last week, so this episode features a look back at his life--on Twitter.
Toy Story 3 breaks more records!And we take a look at the FUTURE of Pixar. Happy Birthday, Lee Unkrich!
How they do Spanish Buzz in Spain; Pixar Museum exhibit hits Oakland, and a new Cars Toon short film about Monster Trucks!
Has Pixar gone sequel CRAZY?!; A fan in the UK legally changes his name to Buzz Lightyear; and Which Pixar characters have gotten involved in drugs?
Hi everybody!This week we talk about Toy Story 3's enormous box office success, Toy Story Collection toys, Cars 2, and more.
Clever retro marketing: