Will Star Wars and Pixar Collide?

With the next Star Wars movie reportedly getting ready to shoot this May, there’s going to be a big avalanche of news on the legendary space saga. Very little is official right now, which is to be expected, and JJ Abrams will keep everything as hidden as he can, but a very interesting rumor, one of many, just hit the net about a potential collaboration with Pixar. 

VFX Artists To Protest Obama's Visit

Early this year, FX artists faced a bitter irony. Life of Pi won Best Director and Best Visual FX at the Academy Awards, but the FX company that created the incredible visuals, Rhythm and Hues, had just gone bankrupt. It’s hard to imagine FX companies going out of business, but they’ve been going through a hard time lately, which is thanks to studios underbidding movies, and outsourcing jobs.

Pixar's 'Wall-E' brought to life with impeccable, life-sized robot replica

It's a dream come true for millions of children and Pixar fans: Michael McMaster and his resourceful friends have built a life-sized, moving, and talking replica of Wall-E. As part of YouTube's Geek Week, Tested visited McMaster's workshop for an up close look at the mesmerizing robot, which ...

Giant IT employee class action kicks off

The great and glorious names of the tech business are facing a class action over what might have been a trade cartel to control employee movements.

Review: The impact of Wreck-It Ralph

Come for the nostalgic video game references, stay for the great story.

Wreck it Ralph is on track to be a big hit

As regular TG readers know, we love the good old days of gaming, and have a lot of nostalgia for the times of the coin operated machines, as well as ancient home consoles like Atari and Coleco.

Wreck it Ralph's a winner

For an old school gamer like myself, it’s been quite fun to see advance posters for Wreck It Ralph around the city, because the art is done like old video games with pixelated graphics.

Wreck-it Ralph gets a medal

Disney recently released the first full-length trailer for its upcoming video game film, Wreck-it Ralph.

In the aftermath of John Carter

It's been a year of major ups and downs at the movies, where the winners and losers were pretty clear. 

Wreck-it Ralph spot has dreams

Disney has released a new TV spot for its upcoming CGI video game film, Wreck-it Ralph.

Jon Faverau headed to the Magic Kingdom with Pixar

It’s been a long time since Pirates of the Caribbean first hit theaters, and it proved that a theme park ride, of all things, could be adapted into a movie. 

Monsters University teaser hides in the closet

Pixar and Disney have released the first teaser for their upcoming fantasy comedy prequel, Monsters University.

First reviews for Brave are in

There should definitely be a lot of showbiz punditry surrounding Pixar's Brave.

Pixar alumni joining forces for Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Pixar usually comes up as an example of great storytelling when you talk to people who know the craft of screenwriting. 

Latest Brave trailer is rebellious

Pixar has released a new full length trailer for its upcoming animated Highlands adventure, Brave.

John Carter costs Disney chairman his job

You thought when John Carter came out and bombed that the other shoe had finally dropped on a movie everyone predicted would fail.

Brave previews wake the bear

Disney has released two preview clips for Brave, an upcoming animated medieval adventure film.

Alas John Carter

It's been a long time since a movie's had worse buzz than John Carter, to the point where you'd think it was the Heaven's Gate of science fiction.

New clip and poster for Brave shows a princess sized attitude

Disney-Pixar has released a new clip for its upcoming film Brave, which tells the story of a Highlands princess who wants nothing more than to go her own way.

In defense of John Carter

With troubled buzz going around the 'Net, Disney's John Carter has seemed an iffy proposition lately, even though the studio has one of the best track records in the biz.