Most everybody loves their mama, but rarely does a major motion picture remind its audience to appreciate all the work of doting mothers the world over.
Yet here we are, with a new promo for Monsters University taking a very strong pro-mom stance.
The latest trailer for Monsters University reaches deep down inside, but instead of letting the scary out, it goes for the funny.
School in summertime has never sounded so appealing as it does in the case of Monsters University, Pixar's collegiate comedy, arriving in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D on June 21st.
Pixar has a good habit of casting the right actor to voice roles big and small rather than simply recruiting the most recognizable voices. Today we know who three more of those right actors are, as Disney has revealed that John Krasinski, Nathan Fillion, and Bonnie Hunt are voicing supporting characters. The studio is also letting know which monsters brought to aural life by certain castmembers we already knew about.
A new international trailer for Monsters University contains not a hint of English, but it nonetheless runs through the prequel pretty effectively, showing off lots of new footage and giving our best idea yet of the actual story.
Over the last decade, Pixar has gotten ever-better at handling large, sprawling casts.
Based on a new official poster, Monsters University is set to showcase this skill with more creativity and absurdity than we've yet seen from the studio, which just one two Oscars for Brave and the wonderful short Paperman.
Disney has released yet another commercial for the eponymous institute of higher learning in Monsters University. Not only that, but Pixar has also dropped a poster for The Blue Umbrella, the short film set to precede Monsters University in theaters this summer.
This new viral joint one is an advertisement for the school featuring a message from the Dean of M.U., and the viral TV spot would seem to indicate that Helen Mirren voices the important supporting character.
On behalf of Disney and Pixar, national treasure and all-around nice guy John Goodman has unveiled the first clip from Monsters University, this summer's prequel to the 2001 Pixar success Monsters Inc.
Four months out from the film's release, Disney has released a full theatrical trailer for Monsters University, Pixar's prequel to its 2001 hit Monsters Inc.
Just in time for the weekend, we have two treats from Monsters University: the first behind-the-scenes featurette on the animated film, as well as a new poster that has everyone's favorite cyclops bundled up for winter.
Disney took advantage of yesterday's Rose Bowl by using arguably the biggest event in college football to tease the upcoming Monsters University.
A new TV spot for the prequel to 2001's Monsters Inc. doesn't include Sulley or Mike getting into hijinks, but is instead a mock-advertisement for the eponymous school, showing off the beautiful grounds and pristine facilities in a series of idyllic shots, all of which remind us just why Pixar is the best there is.