The Blue Umbrella, the newest short from Pixar, just had its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. Those who attended the special screening had a chance to participate in a Q&A with the director of the short film, Saschka Unseld. They were also the first to take a look at the film’s poster, which has a creative and fantastic design element. You can take a closer look at the poster after the break!
On the heels of this morning’s reveal of the new Monsters University poster that will be gracing theaters across the United States and Canada, an international poster for the film has also made its way online. Rather than character poses, it features what may be a still from the prequel film. Take a look at the French poster after the break!
Monsters, Inc. is a film that is beloved by many, with its hilarious characters, touching story, and of course, introduction of one of the most adorable girls to ever be seen on the big screen, Boo. Its prequel, Monsters University, which will be premiering more than 11 years after the original film, will bring us the story of when Mike and Sulley were rivals in college – that means no Boo to enchant audiences. However, it looks like Mike and Sulley may be able to carry the film on their own this time, especially in the hilarity department – take a look at the new humorous MU teaser poster after the break!
With the holidays around the corner comes the realization that awards season is rapidly approaching, which has studios scrambling to keep their films on voters’ minds. The most common approach for that is for studios to publish ‘For Your Consideration’ ads, which gently remind potential voters that their films should be in the running. Pixar’s Brave, which will likely be seriously considered for nominations in the animated feature and music categories, recently saw its first ‘FYC’ ad pblished and you can see it after the break!
Finding Nemo 3D is still a few weeks away from release in North America, but Monsters, Inc. 3D is not too far behind. Last month, Disney bumped up the release of the original Monsters film, claiming December for its new month of release – that puts the film just under four months away. You likely will not see posters for Monsters in theater lobbies until Nemo has arrived, but we have a sneak peek at the poster you will be seeing. Take a look at the great poster after the break!
Over the past year, the popularity of Mondo’s posters has soared, with many of them selling out within a few minutes. If you are a fan of the company’s work and are also a Pixar fan, then you may want to prepare your browser for tomorrow when it releases a brand new Toy Story poster. The striking poster features art by Mondo-mainstay Tom Whalen. Take a look at the awesome new poster after the jump! [Read more…]
In North America, Disney and Pixar have mostly protected us from the main story aspects of Brave. However, overseas it seems that Disney is pushing more story details to convince audiences in other parts of the world to see the film. The Japanese trailer showed a ton of new footage (good for those eagerly anticipating Brave, but maybe not quite as good for those avoiding spoilers). Now, Disney Japan has unveiled a new poster which gives us a rare look at the witch. The poster may very well contain spoilers, so take a peek at your own risk. [Read more…]