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  1. Amy Poehler Shines in New Inside Out Clip; Pixar Announces Cannes Screening

    A Major Emotion Picture

    This might be my favorite Inside Out clip yet, if only because it shows the range of emotions that all people experience, rather than continuing to look at stereotypically gendered feelings (Dads don't always default to anger, and Moms aren't always the better communicators). Also, Amy Poehler. Lots and lots of Amy Poehler.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Closer Look At Chris Pratt’s Jurassic World Raptor Gang

    #squad

    Their names: Charlie, Blue, Delta, and Echo. What are the chances I am going to grow very attached to these four and then one of them's going to die Hedwig-style and I am going to cry?

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  3. Feelings Get All Mixed Up in the Latest Trailer For Pixar’s Inside Out

    I am still not over the fact that they cast Amy Poehler as Joy in Pixar's film about the emotions that live inside a young girl. For real, how perfect is that?

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  4. Toy Story 4 to be Romantic Comedy (?), Not a Sequel to the Other Films

    A Potato Head love story? I'd be down.

    We'll always have Andy's room: according to studio president Jim Morris, Disney's Toy Story 4 will take the franchise in an entirely new direction.

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  5. Anthropomorphizing the Mundane: Five Fictional Objects that Messed Us Up

    We meet again, onion ninjas.

    I was one of those kids who was absolutely convinced that my toys came to life when I was asleep and led full lives. Not only that, but I can remember getting out of bed to put a pair of shoes together so they wouldn't have to spend the night alone.

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  6. New Full-Length Trailer For Inside Out Literally Features All The Feels

    A Major Emotion Picture.

    Inside Out sounds incredibly promising: it's the second Pixar movie with a female protagonist, Amy Poehler is perfectly cast as the embodiment of joy, and, yep, the movie is clearly cribbed a little from the diary I kept in middle school. What do you think, gang? Are you still excited?

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Shut Wesley Crusher Up By Stealing His Sweater And Wearing It As Your Own

    We're from Starfleet! We wear hoodies!

    Sure, Wesley Crusher's style isn't exactly enviable, but that sweatshirt sure is. If that's not fantastic enough for you, there's also a picture of Wil Wheaton himself wearing the hoodie on the Thinkgeek website, too. (via Toybox)

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  8. Pixar Explains How Animators Use Math to Make Movie Magic

    Okay, but then why don't you guys know that 4 is too many?

    Sure, high school Carolyn, you don't need math for anything in the "real world." But what if you don't want to live in the real world? What if you want a rad career at Pixar? What then, you dilly-dally!? In this fascinating video from Numberphile, Pixar animators explain the math behind their movies and prove they really know their stuff.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: A Tyrannosaurus Rex Showerhead

    Bathe in ancient lizard vomit.

    3D printers... find a way.

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  10. New Teaser for Inside Out Knows How Much You’ve Cried at Pixar Movies

    Deep breaths. We'll get through this.

    Inside Out is Pixar's first new franchise since Brave, and it's second film to feature a female protagonist, whether you consider the central character to be Amy Poehler's Joy or Riley, a young girl whose family has just moved cross-country and whose brain is inhabited by a number of contrary emotions indeed.

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  11. Finding Dory Reunites The Wire Stars Idris Elba & Dominic West

    "A fish must have a code."

    Stringer Bell and McNulty meet again!

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  12. A Pleasing Procession of Pixar’s Polychromatic Preferences

    Quite polished and pretty.

    Let's be real, folks. I am oh-so-very jet lagged at the moment. My body thinks it's seven hours later than it actually is, and everything's a bit trippy as a result. As I have discovered, this is the perfect mindset for watching this supercut by Rishi Kaneri, which celebrates Pixar's use of color from one end of the spectrum to the other. And when I say "watching," I mean watching over and over and over...

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  13. First Clip From Pixar’s Lava Short Will Magma-tize Your Heart

    More like volcayes! (Pixar, you know where to find me.)

    Lava premieres before Pixar's Inside Out in 2015, which means I've got almost a year of getting this tropical ditty stuck in my head and dying for context. I can't wait.

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  14. First Look at Pixar’s Latest Short, Feast, As Well As Riley From Inside Out

    Hairy baby!

    Gosh, does Pixar have a lot of cute stuff in the works. Tiny Boston terriers? Adorable 11 year old girls with anthropomorphized emotional spectrums? Yes, please, we want those. Here, take a look!

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  15. What If Michael Bay Directed Up? Hint: Explosions.

    You had me at Linkin Park.

    I hate to be one of those people, but I do think something's missing from YouTuber MrStratman7's epic reimagining of Pixar's Up in the style of the Bayinator: a shit-ton of American flags. Seriously—how else will we know Up is a paean to Amurrican ingenuity? That said, this video is absolutely brilliant. Be sure and watch to the very end.

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  16. Pixar’s New Short Has a Poster and Synopsis, Looks Predictably Amazing

    Put this in my eyeballs immediately.

    Say what you want about a lessening in quality of Pixar's features over the last couple of years (they're cutting back on the sequels, they swear), their short game has always been on point. Today they released the poster and synopsis for the next one, Lava, playing with Inside Out, and dang does it look good.

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  17. Things We Saw Today: Debbie Harry is Jean Grey

    Things We Saw Today

    Badass. Someone sent this other rock star superhero series my way after we posted the Super Rockers yesterday. (art by James Zark via Bendis)

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  18. Here’s What Toy Story Would Be Like As A Horror Movie

    Hey, Andy. Do you want to play a game?

    Just a few days ago, we were contemplating how few animated horror films there are in the Western market. Today, we have this epic re-cutting of Toy Story as a horror film. Coincidence? Completely, but the trailer remains just as good, and we're still convinced we need more animated horror films.

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  19. Modern-Day Disney and Dreamworks Characters Are Icons of Style

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

    Can we all agree that How to Train Your Dragon's Astrid should be in more of these series of artistic reinterpretations of animated characters? Because seriously, she's the best. She's a Viking Quidditch star. So all my thanks to Tumblr user Punziella for including her alongside stalwarts like Brave's Merida, Frozen's Anna and Elsa, etc. Now can more fanartists give Hercules's Meg the love she deserves? And Tiana. I would, but my talent barely extends to stick figures.

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  20. Family Being Sued Because They Painted Their House Like the Movie Up

    Meanwhile...

    Unable to prevent a family in their neighborhood from renovating their house in a likeness of Carl Fredricksen's in Up by appealing to city officials, some folks in Santa Clara, California, are just coincidentally suing the family for contaminating the neighborhood with lead during their renovation efforts.

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