Watch This: Trailer No. 3 for ‘The Secret Life of Pets’

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Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures have released the third trailer for their upcoming animated comedy feature The Secret Life of Pets.

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Meet the Characters from ‘Finding Dory’

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Pixar Animation Studios has released more character designs and descriptions along with the accompanying voice talent for their upcoming feature film Finding Dory.

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Watch This: Trailer #2 for Illumination’s ‘The Secret Life of Pets’

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Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures have released another trailer for their upcoming animated comedy The Secret Life of Pets.

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Watch This: A Holiday Greeting from ‘The Secret Life of Pets’

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Ever wonder what pets do when their people leave the house? Well, it looks like we’ll be finding out one prevailing theory next summer when Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures release their next animated comedy The Secret Life of Pets. Check out this clever holiday card from the cast.

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“Animation Fascination” Episode 37: Alex Mandel – Pixar Composer

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In this episode Marc and Matt interview Annie Award nominated Pixar composer Alex Mandel. We discuss Alex’s influences on his music, how he came to work for Pixar, Mickey Mouse-ing, and what it’s like to have an iTunes library in your head. Alex also talks about the collaborative process at Pixar and the 25 verse version of one of the songs he wrote for Brave.

The new trailers for Monsters University and From Up on Poppy Hill as well as our recommendations are also brought up.

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Albert Brooks Confirmed For Finding Nemo Sequel

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In July of last year, Deadline reported that Disney•Pixar were moving ahead with a sequel to their 2003 Oscar winning blockbuster, Finding Nemo. At the time, director Andrew Stanton and Ellen DeGeneres were attached to return, but Albert Brooks remained a hold out. That is, until today. Now, thanks again to Deadline.com, we have confirmation that, thanks to an apparent “fat deal” Brooks will return to the beloved franchise as Nemo’s father, Marlin.

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