The Disney/Pixar film, The Good Dinosaur, will be released on Blu-Ray/Digital HD on February 23. It asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct?
Join us as we explore how many of these connected themes apply to The Good Dinosaur, why such Pixar themes resonate with audiences so much, and how screenwriters can apply such themes to possible great success in their own projects.
14-year-old Raymond Ochoa has a career in film, television and music longer than a Brachiosaurus' neck. (Look it up, people.) Yet somehow, this guy seems to get everything done, including his schoolwork -- and this interview.
Disney•Pixar's The Good Dinosaur imagines a world where dinosaurs never became extinct, and tells the story of a lost young dinosaur (Arlo) finding his way back home. At its core, The Good Dinosaur is a western film, and that's what Director Peter Sohn needed to research to understand.
Can you imagine a visit to a Disney park without seeing Buzz or Woody? How many times have you heard kids at a fish tank yell, "There's Nemo! There's Dory!" It's even easier for kids to talk about their feelings because of Pixar's Inside Out.