Just in case you're not entirely depressed enough about your office's breakroom consisting of a folding table and a soda machine indefinitely sold out of Dr. Pepper, you should have a look at where the Pixar's 1,200-odd employees work. The New York Times took their cameras inside the animation studio's sprawling campus, and as you'd expect, it's really nice. And not even just "oh, cute, there's some shit made out of Legos, an arsenal of leisure activities, and a giant armchair you can sit in" nice. They have a '60s Batman-esque button-in-a-bust that opens a secret bookcase door into a relaxing speakeasy.
Monsters University's titular institution continues to pretend it's a real place, with real coeds just waiting for your touch, with another recruitment video, featuring a message from the dean. Watch below in anticipation of the latest wild Billy Crystal college comedy.... / Continue →
The lamps of Pixar's logo and 1986 Luxo Jr. short have always been in real in as much as they're a real product you can buy and light things with, but until now have lacked the sentience that made them so charming. I say "until now" because some students at Victoria University ... / Continue →
In case you missed it attached to Finding Nemo: In 3D This Time, here's Pixar's Partysaurus Rex, a new Toy Story short about Rex succumbing to peer pressure to "get this party started up in here"--which, surprisingly, does not involve drugs but does still involve "kandi" rave b... / Continue →