|Rank||Title||Worldwide Gross UK||Worldwide Gross US||Production Budget||Year Released|
|1||Toy Story 3||£700,880,727||$1,063,171,911||$200 million||2010|
|2||Finding Nemo||£607,645,932||$921,743,261||$94 million||2003|
|4||The Incredibles||£416,269,079||$631,442,092||$92 million||2004|
|6||Cars 2||£369,082,824||$559,852,396||$200 million||2011|
|8||Monsters, inc.||£370,850,830||$562,534,239||$115 million||2001|
|10||Toy Story 2||£319,752,644||$485,015,179||$90 million||1999|
All figures according to boxofficemojo.com 2013
Voiced by: Edward Asner, Jordan Nagai & John Ratzenberger
Directors: Pete Docter & Bob Peterson
Length: 96 minutes
Voiced by: Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher & John Hodgman
Director: Henry Selick
Length: 100 minutes
Nominee: FANTASTIC MR. FOX
Studio: 3 Mills Studio
Voiced by: George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Bill Murray
Director: Wes Anderson
Length: 87 minutes
Dir: Pete Docter
Pixar’s latest film Up is released on Blu-ray today in the UK. I was looking forward to seeing this as I missed it at the cinema. Written and directed by Monsters Inc. director and veteran Toy Story animator Pete Docter Also includes Pixar’s latest animated short Partly Cloudy
An interesting section in the making of documentary, describes how the story department fleshed out Carl and Ellie’s developing relationship. One idea shows them trading ‘punches’ throughout the years to gain one-upmanship over each other! The idea was unsurprisingly discarded as the ‘cross your heart’ concept was deemed more prominent. It just shows that Pixar develop their stories to the full, exploring every possible avenue, while going through many rewrites before deciding on the final draft.
Pixar’s UP Trailer 3 on YouTube.
Screenshot From Pixar’s New UP Trailer. Character Based on Kirk Douglas?
Quite a few items in this post as Pixar ramps up marketing for the film. The first half of the trailer features scenes that have been shown in the previous trailers although, in the second half we are treated to some new unseen footage. The above screenshot illustrates the excellent use of Subsurface Scattering on the characters skin. Watch the UP Trailer 3 HD
Disney Digital 3-D and will be released in UK theatres on 16th October 2009.