In this clip from Old Dogs, the setup ends up showing Robin Williams’ character suffering from side effects from pills that belong to his friend (John Travolta) using a combination of FX and physical comedy.
This new featurette for Disney’s A Christmas Carol features the usual suspects as they talk about how 3D makes this already unique spin on the holiday classic even more special.
Burbank, CA (Monday, October 26, 2009) – For the first time on television, ABC Family will air a two-hour presentation of Walt Disney Pictures Presents “Pixar Short Films,” featuring twenty animated Pixar shorts, as part of the network’s annual 25 Days of Christmas programming event (December 1-25). The critically-acclaimed short films include the Academy Award®-winning (Best Animated Short Film) “Geri’s Game,” “For the Birds,” “Tin Toy” and the Academy Award®-nominated (Best Animated Short Film) “Luxo Jr.,” “Mike’s New Car,” “One Man Band,” “Lifted” and “Presto.” “Pixar Short Films” premieres on ABC Family on Wednesday, December 2 from 7:00-9:00PM ET/PT (and again from 9:00PM-11:00PM ET/PT). Two encore presentations will air on the network on Friday, December 18 at 10:00PM ET/PT and Saturday, December 19 at 6:00PM ET/PT.
The short films included in the two-hour presentation include:
Walt Disney Studios and ImageMovers Digital has just supplied us with the following stills from their upcoming release of A Christmas Carol starring Jim Carrey. The new images focus mostly on the encounters Scrooge has with the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present as well as his remarkable transformation after their visits.
Click on any thumbnail to see the larger version.
All images courtesy of Disney and ©ImageMovers Digital. All rights reserved.
The Autumn Revelry is upon Pixie Hollow and it’s up to Tinker Bell to create the scepter used to replenish the pixie dust tree and keep Pixie Hollow going. But when things go wrong, she must venture out of Pixie Hollow on her own on a secret quest to right what has been wronged.
Will she soar? Or will Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure bite the pixie dust? Read our review to find out more.
Plus don’t forget, just a few more days to enter to win copies of Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure on Blu-ray/DVD and the game for the Nintendo DS. So if you haven’t already, enter today!
In her new film, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (Available everywhere October 27, 2009), Tink must journey out of Pixie Hollow for the first time on her own on a secret quest to save Pixie Hollow. Your next adventure may not require a cotton ball to travel, but here are just a few activities from Tink that can help you plan it out while keeping you well nourished. Click on any of the small images to see larger versions, but if the arrows in the lower right hand corner appear, make sure to click that too to see the full size, or feel free to right-click the large image and save!
Walt Disney Studios has just sent us these six new stills from their upcoming 2D animated release, The Princess and the Frog. The images are the first six pictured in the gallery below. Click on any thumbnail to see the image. If you get the crosshairs in the lower right hand corner, you can click on that to expand the image to its full size. Enjoy!
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In this new featurette for A Christmas Carol, we get a closer look at the working relationship between director Robert Zemeckis and the film’s star Jim Carrey and how they come together to produce their version of the holiday classic tale from Charles Dickens.
You’ve seen Seth Green being snuggled by an ape in the official trailer, now see how it all came to be in this internet-exclusive trailer which plays out more like an extended clip when Seth joins co-stars Robin Williams and John Travolta for a casual outing at the zoo.
Not too long ago, we showed you how the original computer graphics (CG) models from the actual films helped produce the Toy Story Definitive Collection from Thinkway Toys. Today, we’re going to take a look at the same type of technology being used for an entirely different purpose: bringing Pixie Hollow to life at the 2009 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival.