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Things We Saw Today: Want to Craft a Not-Awful Apology? There’s a Video Game for That

If you're wondering if you're part of the problem, and what to do about it, game designer Elizabeth Sampat has designed a guide for recognizing behavior and crafting meaningful, sincere apologies. Considering how difficult that seems to be for so many people, this guide is almost infuriatingly simple.

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Rashida Jones Didn’t Leave Toy Story 4 Over John Lasseter Allegations, But Over Other Serious Issues

Even if this report had been true, it's still completely irresponsible to name a woman as a victim of sexual harassment without her consent. It's even more upsetting because the actual reasons for their departure are worth being highlighted.

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See All of Baby Jack-Jack’s Powers (Plural) in the First Incredibles 2 Teaser

The first trailer for Incredibles 2 has finally dropped, and while it doesn't tell us much about the plot, it does reveal the many superpowers of baby Jack-Jack.

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Pixar’s Coco Will Pay Homage to Iconic Artist Frida Kahlo

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Natalia Cordova-Buckley will voice the iconic artist in the role she calls "a dream come true."

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It’s Been 14 Years, but Incredibles 2 Will Pick Up Where the First Left Off

Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter told IGN, “It starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on...It starts with the Underminer and a big old set piece. You know that at the end of the first movie when he comes up and you see the family dressed as superheroes, well that’s where start this movie.”

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This Inside Out Screenwriting Video Challenges the Age-Old Advice “Write What You Know”

The video from the series Lessons From the Screenplay offers a fantastic twist on that advice. Rather than writing what you know, they say "write what you want to know." Because really, "a story is as much a journey for the person writing it as it is for the characters in it."

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Things We Saw Today: So Is This Heartbreaking Toy Story Theory About Andy’s Dad Real or Not? No One Can Seem to Agree

The "Andy's Dad" theory from Toy Story has been floating around the internet for a while. Now, the full story of how the boy's father fits into the movie's world has been released, and oh wow is it ever sad. Like, way too sad. Polio sad. The problem is, some other Pixar bigwigs are calling it "fake news."

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Review: Cars 3 Is a Comeback Story About Grief, Doubt, and Growing Old

3.5 out of 5 stars.

Is it Toy Story 3 or Finding Dory? No, but it's an effective send-off to the Cars world and a good choice for the family.

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The Land of the Dead Is Lively and Colorful in New Coco Trailer

Enter the Land of the Dead in the latest trailer for Lee Unkrich's "love letter to Mexico," Coco.

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Watch Pixar’s Beautiful Trailer for Coco, Their Next Original Animated Feature

Disney and Pixar's next original animated feature, Coco, is based on the Mexican Day of the Dead and features an entirely Latinx voice cast. Based on this first teaser, it's also got some really incredible visuals, which we've come to expect from Pixar—as well as what appears to be the setup for a predictably emotional story.

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Only the Biggest Pixar Fans Will Know All the Easter Eggs in Disney’s New Compilation

Disney and Pixar's veritable mountain of (often tearjerking) computer animated movies have more than a few needles in the haystack—Easter eggs—for fans who look close enough to find them. From big and obvious to small and obscure, Disney put out a new video that runs down all the connections between the Pixar movies, with enough of them to likely surprise even the most dedicated enthusiasts.

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Pixar’s Coco Reveals Plot and All-Latino Cast Including Gael García Bernal and Benjamin Bratt

The voice cast for Pixar's Coco will include Benjamin Bratt, Gael García Bernal, Renée Victor, and newcomer Anthony Gonzalez, who voices the film's 12-year old protagonist. Unkrich says that finding an all-Latino cast was a priority from day one.

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So, What’s Up With This Hella Dark Cars 3 Teaser?

This Cars 3 trailer makes a strong case that maybe I'm not alone in feeling like I'm circling the drain... creatively speaking, of course.

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Finding Dory Honest Trailer Proves Your Emotions Aren’t Immune to Sequel-itis

Screen Junkies (lovingly) blasted one of Pixar's latest entries into the already-crowded sequel cavalcade: Finding Dory.

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Learn About the Making of Moana, Plus Hear More of the Soundtrack, In Disney’s Latest Featurettes

Disney's got a lot of resources, and in the making of Moana, they chose to spend them on ensuring the movie would be an accurate representation of the Polynesian culture it represents.

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Things We Saw Today: Watch Pixar’s Cutest Little Bird Short Piper Online

Piper, the adorable Pixar short that aired before Finding Dory is now streaming online. In addition to being beautifully animated, Alan Barillaro's short about a little sandpiper also dives into overcoming fears and making friends.

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Jemaine Clement Is A “Magical Crab” Villain in Disney’s Moana, and He’d Rather Eat Cookies Than Discuss It

Jemaine Clement, comedian/actor/musician/master of deadpan delivery, will be voicing the role of a "magical crab" in Disney's upcoming animated princess movie Moana. Here's a peek at his performance!

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Friday Dance Party: Alessia Cara Debuts “How Far I’ll Go” From Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Moana Soundtrack

Ever since we heard Lin-Manuel Miranda would be composing the score for Disney's Moana, we've been itching to hear a sample, and this week we've finally got our first taste of the soundtrack.

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Incredibles 2 Arriving Sooner Than Planned, Toy Story 4 Pushed Back

Grab your supersuit, because two of Pixar's huge upcoming sequels have swapped dates.

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Things We Saw Today: Disney Creates Dug in Real Life Thanks to a Talking Collar

"I like your grey shirt, tiny human."

The fine folks at Oh My Disney put together one heck of a wonderful video featuring a "real-life Dug" from Pixar's Up.

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