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Pete Docter Thinks Voice Acting Is Underrated
“They’re standing in a gray room, and they have to imagine all this and bring it to life in their heads.”
Director Pete Docter Went Inside the 11-Year-Old Mind
He made Pixar’s most ambitious movie ever, with a little help from his daughter.
Pixar Producers Explain
’s Cry Factor
info from the Vulture Festival.
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Mindy Kaling Gave Pixar’s
Its Bittersweet Slogan
“We pitched her the story, and we turn around and she’s crying.”
Pixar Fixes Muppet Movie
The makers of the Muppets movie had a table read with the world’s best studio yesterday.
Read Pixar Director Pete Docter’s Cute Letter to a Fan
“As John Lasseter likes to say, our films don’t get finished, they just get released.”
Director Pete Docter Reacts to His Oscar Nominations
“It’s surreal to have your name read out over the Internet at 5:30 in the morning.”
Director Pete Docter on His Next Project and Why Pixar Movies End With Chase Scenes
“I just can’t imagine approaching filmmaking trying to second-guess what people are going to buy in merchandise. You know where that leads.”
Amy Adams to Follow Oscar-Nominated Role With ‘Amy Adams Butt Show’
Plus: ‘Lost’’s Jin not really sure how he survived, either.