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    Dreamworks Vs Pixar Essay

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    DreamWorks and Pixar have been long time rivals in the movie industry. Many people argue over which of these animation studios is the better of the two. Pixar is the better animation studio because they are known for many box office hits like Up, Toy Story, and Monsters Inc. Although hits are all DreamWorks produces, they have only won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature for Shrek and Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Pixar has won "…Best Animated Feature Oscar seven of the past 12 years" (Hollywood). This gives Pixar a huge advantage over DreamWorks in the terms of each studios' success. DreamWorks and Pixar will always have a rivalry because they will continue to make movies and they will wait for the people to make up their minds on which movie they think would be better. Pixar is known for producing individual movies rather series until recently. For example, "… Monsters University and the recent announcement of Finding Dory, a sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo …" (Hollywood). Another thing that makes Pixar more successful is that on the movie Toy Story 3, Pixar had a global gross of $1,063,171,911 (Hub Pages). The highest global gross that DreamWorks has made on a movie would be on Shrek 2, of which made $919,838,758 (Hub Pages).…

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    Introduction Disney is going to buy Pixar Animation Studios and Marvel Entertainment Inc. This acquisition has create a controversy among the fans of the company and the public. Disney bought Pixar Animation Studio for US$ 7.4 billion and Marvel Entertainment for US$ 4 billion. The merge of these company is the business strategy for the world largest entertainment empire, Disneyland to widen their business market in the world. There are many fans of marvel afraid that their comics will be ruined…

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    Pixar Research Paper

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    In 2006, Pixar Animation Studios has been bought by Disney. Pixar had a rough start, many doubting their beliefs in creating a featured length film completely done by CGI until Steve Jobs came along. They created their first film Toy Story with the help of Disney and it became a huge success. Pixar were experimenting with their films, to see what would work and what that magical formula would be to make them even more successful. As their fame grew, Disney was ready to buy them. This lead…

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    Pixar Case Study

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    1986 Steve Jobs purchased the computer graphics division from George Lucas and established an independent company to be named “Pixar” based in California, United States. Pixar was acquired by Disney in 2006 for a sum of 7.4 billion dollars and the deal was finalized by Steve Jobs who is the apple computer chief executive and was the head of computer animation firm. Jobs also made a deal that allowed Pixar to have all their films distributed and take their split of profits from Disney. After Bob…

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    Pete Docter's Pixar

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    Director Pete Docter brings Pixar back to life with the animated film Inside Out. The beloved animation studio has returned to the pinnacle of adult and child entertainment established in the late-2000s with films like Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up, and Toy Story 3. How fitting, then, that this picture—set predominantly inside the mind of an 11-year-old only child named Riley who’s forced to move with her parents to San Francisco from her hometown in Minnesota—features five emotions as its main…

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    front porch of the multi-use room at Young Actors Theatre Camp, Pixar’s Jeanette Penley-Marker takes time out of promoting of beloved animated films and teaching monologue classes, with her husband and two adorable daughters, to discuss her journey to Pixar, one of the most unique studios in the animation industry. In jeans, a cotton blouse, and sneakers covered in the red dust that seems to permeate the entire area, Penley-Marker is the epitome of business creativity, working her way from…

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    with a joke, personal story, or ask their audience a question to break the ice. Although, the speakers own personality indicated how the information is shared. The topic that I chose for my formative speech is the Pixar theory. The Pixar Theory is a fan theory…

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    Despite different genres of films are produced by film industry nowadays, the animated films always be my first choice. Compare to other animated film, Pixar animated films are my favourite since the first film I watched was Toy Story (1995). Its vivid and interesting characters and storyline attracted my attention and always remain in my mind although many years have elapsed. Since then I started to watch and collect all the animated films which were produced by Pixar animation studio. Whilst I…

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    Pixar animation studios. Unlike The Walt Disney Company, the life of Pixar Animation Studios began as the computer division of Lucasfilm (2014). During the computer division’s time under the umbrella of Lucasfilm, the team did “remarkable work in the area of computer graphics research” (p. 156). Ed Catmull, who would later become one of the founders of Pixar, recruited many notable and creative people during the company’s fledgling years at Lucasfilm. One major artist that was recruited by…

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    Hidden Eggs are not just for Easter – find them year round If you have small children you know that movies are made to be seen over and over. The only thing better than watching an old favorite movie is catching a new tidbit the second, third or fourth time around. That tidbit is known as the “Easter Egg” described as a shot or line of dialogue that clearly references another film. That may be easy enough, but sneaking in a clever little nod that rewards viewers who pay close attention – without…

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