Julien Mauve imagines his childhood toys in the adult world. Read the rest of the story at: Back to Childhood: Artist imagines childhood toys in the adult world
Disney movies do not come any bigger than Frozen. In fact, Frozen recently became the top-grossing animated movie of all time, beating out all other classic Disney movies — like Toy Story, The Lion King, Tangled, and others. However, despite the fact that Frozen became one of the greatest Disney movies ever, this does not
Maybe you've spotted some of these, but you probably didn't notice the grape soda thread in both Toy Story and Up. Just in time for Easter Sunday, Pixar is hosting an Easter egg hunt, of sorts: The Easter eggs in question are dorky inside jokes or secrets hidden inside creative projects. (You may be familiar with Google's adoration of these types of tricks.) Read Full Story
"The tweet was deleted after approximately an hour but not before it had been retweeted hundreds of times."I'm linking to BBC.com, where the story is ranked as #1 on the sidebar "Most Popular" list under the teaser "US Airways apologises...Show More Summary
My Danish is a little rusty but I'm pretty certain this is a story about a fisheman who found a dildo in a cod's stomach. LINK Begs the question, sex toy of fishing lure?
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Way back in the early 90s, I decided to revisit a notion I’d toyed with for years, which was to become a science fiction writer. As part of that effort, I subscribed to Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, which was (and is) the best short...Show More Summary
Gabriele Galimberti doesn’t have children, but his passion is kid’s play.The Italian photographer traveled the world to capture young subjects surrounded by their favorite toys, fascinated by the way the playthings provided clues about each child’s personality, home life and economic realities. Show More Summary
With a new line of wicked toy guns, Mattel is brandishing arms to protect good old fashioned toys. They're taking aim at Apple; Nerf is just caught in the crossfire. Scott Derman was pissed. Read Full Story
Back in the day, kids would come out of popular animated movies quoting their favorite characters. I can remember my oldest son screaming Woody’s angry "You are a toy!" at people following Toy Story. Nowadays, however, young audiences bounce out of theaters singing the parts of movies that they love. Show More Summary
Before Pixar's 1995 classic won over the hearts of children and the grownups they dragged to the theater with them, protagonist Woody was a very different character. Read more...
Filmmaker John Huffnagle has made this clip that shows what happens when you leave Mario running and leave the house. It's kinda of like Toy Story, if Woody was an even bigger jerk and just wrecked all your stuff. Read more...
Michael Arndt explains some of the things he learned while working on the screenplay for Toy Story 3.
Computer animation has come a long way since the first Toy Story movie. Last week, Pixar offered a rare behind-the-scenes look at the sophisticated system used on Brave and Monsters University. Read more...
(Tech News) Bebo has launched Blab, a video walkie-talkie app, and we look at the business implications of the tool to see if it is more than a toy. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat
Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen are closer than you and your best friend, and me and my best friend; heck, they’re even closer than Toy Story’s Woody and Buzz. And when the pair travel around New York City they do so with an enthusiasm and fervor that is so loveably energetic and contagious it should...
Pixar must have known what it was doing when it scheduled Toy Story 3 for Fathers’ Day weekend 2010, over a
Frozen asked if the world wanted to build a snowman. They got their answer: Yes. The film is now the tenth highest grossing film of all time worldwide, and just passed Toy Story 3 to become the most successful animated movie ever globally. The film is currently at a little over $398 Million domestically, which [...]
Gabriele Galimberti photographed children in 58 countries with their favorite toys. "Toy Stories: Photos of Children from Around the World and Their Favorite Things" (via Smithsonian)
Read some of the stories behind the moving photos in this new book.