While Pixar’s RenderMan software is no longer the baddest thing on the block, it is the software that made so many computers hurt so good crunching together the original Toy Story and other Pixar masterpieces. Even in its latest version, it’s a piece of software that normally sells for $500, so it’s definitely something to get your hands on when it hits the price of “free” later this year.
This rumor has been blazing all around the internet the last couple of days, there’s no actual basis behind it, but anyone with half a brain cell could put together that since Disney owns Star Wars, Disney owns Pixar, Disney wants to make as much money as possible off Star Wars… at some point, they’re bound to order up a Pixar made Star Wars movie. Ta da. It’s good to dream.
Shortly before Halloween, Disney and Pixar will be showing a brand new Toy Story short film on ABC called “Toy Story of Terror”. It probably isn’t the most terrifying thing you’ll see this month, but it’s Disney, so you shouldn’t expect pants-shitting terrifying.
While Albert Einstein believed there is a single theory out there that ties together all the major forces of the universe, an even greater genius by the name of Jon Negroni has discovered a unified theory of all Pixar movies, in which each Pixar feature fits neatly onto a bizarre timeline stretching from the far past to the far future. It’s a brilliant piece of over thinking, and I think you should read it already, because it will change everything you know about everything.
Earlier today, Disney officially announced ‘Finding Dory’, a sequel to the 2003 hit, Finding Nemo, that will as the title suggests, focus on everyone’s forgetful little blue fish.