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  • THE BREAK-UP: on | Saturday Jun 24 It's probably no surprise this movie has driven its way to the top of the list at the box office.For the second week in a row, the animated movie ' Blogcritics on | Jun 22, 2006 Blogcritics is proud to give five readers a chance to win the soundtrack from Disney/Pixar Cars motion picture.

  • | Jun 13, 2006 Three of the stars of Disney-Pixar's exciting new computer-animated feature "CARS" arrived in Hollywood for the opening weekend of the film and a special midnight screening on June 9, 2006 at Disney's El ...

  • | Jun 11, 2006 | Acclaimed new Disney/Pixar movie Ukiah Daily Journal | Jun 11, 2006 Cars' family fun at its best In life there are many lessons to be learned.

  • Fort Worth Star-Telegram on | Jun 11, 2006 | Something strange happens while you're watching Pixar's new computer animation feature, Cars, which opened nationwide on Friday: A distinct sense of boredom settles in.

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  • Look out, Pixar! Sixteen-year-old reader Kyle Jones sent along these uber-cool 3-D renderings he made of Jason's Slug-Man character.

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    Production information, cast, plot, character summaries, themes, and trivia.

  • The Incredibles was originally developed as a traditionally animated movie, but after shut down its animation division, Brad Bird moved to Pixar and took the story with him.

  • The Incredibles is Pixar's sixth film.

  • In 's play Disney Presents Pixar's The Incredibles in a Magic Kingdom Adventure , an replica of Syndrome (along with an eleventh Omnidroid 9000 battle robot) threatens the area of the, capturing and, and seeking to replace the entire resort with "his" own idea of "The Happiest Place on Earth" (SyndromeLand), only to be congealed by Frozone.

  • [] Rick Dicker Rick Dicker (voiced by Pixar animator ) is a government agent who was once part of the NSA () and now oversees the Superhero Relocation Program; some feel he looks like and sounds like .

  • box office take Its opening box office sales in the United States exceeded that of Pixar's previous animation films.

  • It is Pixar's second-highest-grossing movie, after , and the third-highest-grossing superhero movie, after and .

  • Two versions of the set are available: one widescreen and the other full screen (this is unlike releases for other Pixar films, which often contained both versions in one set).

  • A Pixar short film "" (04:40) in which an avuncular teaches a how to live with himself.

  • This is due to a licensing agreement between Disney/Pixar and DC Comics, who previously had a character named and owned the license to the name.

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  • Over in Emeryville, Calif., 50 miles from Apple's Cupertino headquarters, Jobs's other company, Pixar Animation Studios ( ), is turning the movie business on its ear.

  • That gives Pixar an unprecedented five blockbusters in five tries.

  • ?) And it gives Jobs tremendous leverage as he renegotiates Pixar's contract with embattled Magic Kingdom boss Michael D.

  • As head of Pixar, "here [was] a guy who obviously knows a great deal about what it means to artists to protect their works from being ripped off, " says Ames.

  • That's where Pixar may come in.

  • Though Jobs dismisses talk of synergies between Apple and Pixar, it's a safe bet that he is thinking about them as he negotiates Pixar's new deal with Disney.

  • The main debate is over more obvious topics: Pixar wants to boost the roughly 37% of profits it now clears on its films after Disney has taken its 50% share plus a distribution fee.

  • What if Pixar asked for exclusive rights to offer digital downloads of its films? If Apple ever created an iMovie site, such flicks would be a powerful draw.

  • "He could come to us tomorrow and say: 'I've got it all figured out."' Jobs's resurgence is, in some ways, like a Pixar script -- full of lessons and redemption.

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  • Tell me about Pixar.

  • George had at some point decided that this is costing him several million dollars a year and decided that he didn't want to fund it anymore so I bought this group from George Lucas and I incorporated it as Pixar and we set about revolutionizing high end computer graphics.

  • If you look at the ten most important revolutions in high end graphics, in the last ten years, eight of them have come out of Pixar.

  • All of the software that was used to make Terminator, for example--to actually construct the images that you saw on the screen--or Jurassic Park with all the dinosaurs, was Pixar Software.

  • But Pixar had another vision.

  • Pixar's vision was to tell stories.

  • Pixar has written it, directed it, producing it.

  • Pixar is really going to be the first digital studio in the whole world.

  • Pixar's got by far and away the best computer graphics talent in the entire world and it now has the best animation and artistic talent in the whole world to do these kinds of film.

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