Since 1914 when Winsor McKay introduced the world to his magnificent Gertie the Dinosaur, practically every animation company has followed suit, trying to bring to life the prehistoric pets. We got wind of Pixar’s project, The Good Dinosaur, at D23 in 2011, but received an icy blow last year when it was announced the film, scheduled for theater release May 2014, would be postponed until late 2015.
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‘The Good Dinosaur’ Moved to 2015, No Pixar Film for 2014
Recently we wrote about how Pixar had pulled director Bob Peterson off of their forthcoming film, The Good Dinosaur. Now comes news that the film (originally set for May 30, 2014) has been pushed to November 25th, 2015, the date Andrew Stanton’s Finding Dory was set to open on. That film will now open in the summer of 2016.
UPDATE: Bob Peterson No Longer Directing ‘The Good Dinosaur’
We’ve read on the excellent (and well-sourced) Blue Sky Disney blog that Bob Peterson is no longer the director of Pixar’s feature film The Good Dinosaur.
Thomas Newman Writing the Musical Score for Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur
Film score composer Thomas Newman revealed in a speech this week in Syracuse, New York that he is writing the score for Pixar’s 2014 feature The Good Dinosaur. Newman’s speech was part of the Film Talk Series, a Syracuse Film Festival program co-sponsored by Le Moyne College and Syracuse University.
“Animation Fascination” Episode 34: The Best Green Lantern of Sector 2012
Happy New Year! In the first episode of 2013 Marc and Matt are joined by returning guest host, Ralph Apel. Amongst things discussed are “Green Lantern: The Animated Series”, our best of 2012 lists, and what we’re excited for in 2013.