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Need a Snack? How 'Bout One of These 3D Pixar Cakes?

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Pixar's movies have inspired a lot of awesomesauce, but this takes the cake (pun intended).

As detailed at Yahoo! U.K., someone's wonderfully thoughtful pal decided to honor her animated film buffery by ordering up a Pixar-inspired cake and stumbled upon a ruddy jackpot of these 3D baked gems. Get More »

Filed Under: Check This | Source: Yahoo! UK

'Toy Story' Returns to Terrorize Children


Admit it: "Toy Story 3" brought you tears. You're not alone. While the final installment of the franchise was (arguably) the most poignant of all, it was bittersweet for fans, who knew this was the end of the road—until now.

True, Disney and Pixar have turned out a few "Toy Story Toons," those shorts that briefly flashed on-screen before "The Muppets," "Cars 2" and the 3D release of "Finding Nemo," but all those really managed to do was remind us how much we miss Buzz, Woody and the gang. Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: IndieWire

Tom Hanks and Tim Allen to Board 'Jungle Cruise'

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After taking on Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear in "Toy Story 3," Tim Allen and Tom Hanks are about to come face-to-face with cobras, crocs and some angry, angry hippos. The Disney dream duo are set to reunite for "Jungle Cruise," a live-action film based on the Magic Kingdom theme park ride.

According to Deadline, Disney has been trying to get "Jungle Cruise" afloat for several years, but it wasn't until the studio decided to bring Hanks and Allen on board that the project began to sail forward. No shocker there: "Toy Story 3" earned $1 billion worldwide, won a Best Animated Feature Oscar, and scored a Best Picture nomination. Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: Deadline

Pixar Takes 'Toy Story' Toys On 'Vacation' and Exchanges 'Cars' for 'Planes'


So, you thought "Toy Story 3" would be the swan song of Woody, Buzz and the rest of the contents of Andy's toy chest? A mountain of accolades, a Best Picture nomination and a billion dollars says you're wrong, friend, but in the rightest way possible!

Seems we won't have quite the decade-long wait like we had between installments 2 and 3 to get our next playdate, as The New York Times mentioned that the animated short “Hawaiian Vacation” will arrive in theaters this summer attached to Pixar's next sequel, "Cars 2," followed speedily by a second short with Thanksgiving's "The Muppets." Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: The New York Times

'Dragon' Tames 'Toy Story' at Controversial Annie Awards


The 38th Annual Annie Awards honoring excellence in animation were held last night in Los Angeles and the big winner was the DreamWorks hit "How to Train Your Dragon," which won 10 awards including Best Animated Feature.

Meanwhile, Pixar's "Toy Story 3," which in addition to being nominated for Best Animated Feature at this year's Academy Awards became just the third animated feature in history to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar -- and which was the highest grossing film of 2010 as well as the highest grossing animated film of all time -- failed to win a single award. Get More »

Filed Under: Awards Movie News | Source: The Wrap

Seth Herzog Breaks It Down: The Oscar Best Picture Race

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When looking at the upcoming Academy Awards race, there are dozens if not hundreds of experts or pundits you could turn to for insight.

Seth Herzog is not one of those people.

All the more reason why you should watch the funnyman who's appeared on/in "30 Rock" and "Role Models" (fun fact: he's also Jimmy Fallon's warmup comic) break down the Best Picture race in a series we call -- wait for it -- Seth Herzog Breaks It Down. Get More »

2011 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Preview: Best Picture

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This is it -- the last hurrah for a year's worth of movies, a crown for the reigning champ -- and the last installment in our race-by-race breakdown of tonight's Critics' Choice Movie Awards (see also Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor/Actress).

Who have the critics deemed worthy to contend for the top prize of 2010? Find out which movies made their list and who we think stands the best chance of coming out on top. Get More »

Golden Globes 2011 Preview and Predictions

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Despite nearly 70 years in the game, the Golden Globes have always felt like Oscar's little brother or sister -- the child who's made a name for themselves in their own right yet hasn't quite lived up to the potential of their older sibling.

Still, the awards given out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), a nebulous group of 90 foreign journalists covering U.S. film and television, can often be a harbinger for what to expect from the Academy Awards (two-thirds of the Globes' Best Picture winners since 1980 have gone on to win the corresponding Oscar; the Critics' Choice Movie Awards, however, can be an even better predictor). Get More »

Producers Guild Produces Award Nominations for 'Town,' 'Swan,' Etc.

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The Producers Guild of America announced their nominees for the 22nd annual PGA Awards today and to nobody's surprise all the usual suspects were nominated, including "The Social Network," "The King's Speech," "The Town" and "Black Swan."

In addition, the PGA revelaed their nominees in the unusually competitive animation category, with "Despicable Me," "How to Train Your Dragon" and "Toy Story 3" earning the nods. Get More »

Filed Under: Awards | Source: PGA

'Toy Story 3' Tops Twisty Tarantino's List for 2010

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Mega-director and noted movie maniac Quentin Tarantino has kicked-off the New Year with a list of his 20 favorite flicks of 2010, and boy-o-boy are there some doozies.

To start, his numero uno is Pixar's "Toy Story 3," which wouldn't be such a shock if he didn't also include Disney's "Tangled" and Dreamworks' "How To Train Your Dragon." Who would have thought the basterd who cut off a cop's ear, raped Ving Rhames and shot Uma Thurman in the head (in his movies) has a soft spot for kiddie flicks?

Written exclusively for the decade-old fansite The Quentin Tarantino Archives, there's no commentary with the exception of #10 "Enter the Void" whose seizure-inducing opening credits sequence he posits as "one of the greatest in cinema history." Get More »

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