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Brad Bird

  1. the toughest scene i wrote
    Behind the Incredibles 2 Scene That Took ‘Thousands’ of Drafts to Perfect“It was so easy to have Bob become too childish — and if he’s too pouty, you’re going, Why would Helen stay married to this guy?
  2. Every Brad Bird Movie, Ranked From Worst to BestAhead of Incredibles 2, we rank everything from Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol to The Iron Giant.
  3. How Brad Bird Steered Incredibles 2 Through ‘Complete Chaos’The director also talks about John Lasseter and the Iron Giant turning up in Ready Player One.
  4. movie review
    Incredibles 2 Flies HighBrad Bird’s Incredibles 2 is, much like its predecessor, delightful as an animated feature but really, really delightful as a superhero picture.
  5. movies
    The Iron Giant Is Coming Back, With New ScenesNo one saw the movie when it came out in 1999, and you can now rectify that.
  6. movie review
    Tomorrowland Is the Anti–Hunger GamesIt’s a major pop-culture statement with all sorts of implications, both vital and nutty.
  7. the vulture transcript
    George Clooney on Tomorrowland and His Haters“This is a very different sort of conversation than you have for most summer movies, isn’t it?”
  8. Incredibles 2 Is Brad Bird’s Next MovieNo capes!
  9. trailer mix
    George Clooney Remains Sexy in All of Tomorrowland’s UniversesAlso, a tub that flies. 
  10. new york comic con 2014
    George Clooney Hits New York Comic Con to Unveil More TomorrowlandTo Tomorrowland … and beyond!
  11. trailer mix
    Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof’s Tomorrowland TrailerThe future is now tomorrow.
  12. sequels
    Brad Bird Is Working on an Incredibles SequelSo says the head of Disney.
  13. star wars
    How Brad Bird Would Tweak Return of the JediAccording to Patton Oswalt.
  14. ‘Ratatouille’ Director Brad Bird on Animated Movies: ‘Why Does It Always […]“Where’s the Francis Ford Coppola or the Alfonso Cuaron of the [animation] field? … Why can’t there be an Annie Hall? … Why does it always have […]
  15. casting couch
    George Clooney in Talks for Brad Bird’s 1952Which is probably not a cover title for Star Wars: Episode VII. Sorry.
  16. star wars episode 7
    Somebody Really Wants Brad Bird to Direct Star Wars Episode 7Do you agree?
  17. exclusive
    Details Emerge on Mysterious Damon Lindelof–Brad Bird Project [STORY CORRECTED]It has ties to Close Encounters and a mysterious box found in Walt Disney’s archives.
  18. movies
    Brad Bird to Direct Damon Lindelof ScreenplayFanboys, commence your interest.
  19. the industry
    Brad Bird Considering Taking Over Robert Zemeckis’s Abandoned Sea Monster MovieHere There Be Monsters sounds kinda like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but with chum.
  20. movie review
    Movie Review: The Nonsensical, Wonderful Mission Impossible: Ghost ProtocolIt’s surprising, even moving, how often Cruise throws the ball to Renner.
  21. release dates
    Mission: Impossible Gets Early IMAX ReleaseFive days in advance.
  22. clickables
    Watch Tom Cruise Hold His Mission: Impossible 4 Director at GunpointSimon Pegg gets in on the action, too.
  23. the industry
    Vulture Exclusive: Brad Bird in Negotiations to Direct Mission: Impossible IVThe Pixar director will take his first stab at live action.
  24. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Brad Bird, Diablo CodyPlus: Bomer and Graynor join ‘Number.’
  25. the industry
    Judd Apatow’s Comedy Complex Exhausts Funny Human Ideas, Extends Reach to MuppetsPlus: 902102!
  26. liner notes
    Who Drew Those Cool Little Taste Explosions in ‘Ratatouille’?With Ratatouille hitting No. 1 on the box-office charts this past weekend — though its $47 million take notably fell short of the openings of past Pixar hits Cars and Monsters, Inc. — animator and comics artist Michael Gagné sheds light on one tiny but delightful aspect of the film.
  27. ranters and ravers
    ‘Ratatouille’: Impersonal Entertainment Machine or Deeply Felt Aesthetic Manifesto?Pixar’s latest animated extravaganza, Ratatouille, is garnering near-unanimous praise from all quarters, currently sporting an astonishing Metacritic score of 95, which places it at No. 5 on the site’s all-time list, between Dr. Strangelove and The Manchurian Candidate.