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Animation studio gives a first look at "Finding Dory," the sequel to 2003's "Finding Nemo" that will encourage us all to just keep swimming. Just keep swimming.
A new book, "The Art of Pixar" highlights the early artistic work behind the "Toy Story" and "Finding Nemo" studio's many hit films. Through hundreds of colorscripts and concept imagery, we get a glimpse at some of the early thinking on each film.
Games publisher THQ announced Wednesday an agreement with Disney Interactive and Pixar Animation Studios to produce games based on the next three Pixar movies. The deal covers console and PC titles based on "Finding Nemo," scheduled for release next year; 2004's "The Incredibles"; and the 2005 release "Cars." Pixar CEO Steve Jobs said in a statement, "We want the entertainment products inspired by our films to appropriately capture their magic, which our new agreement with THQ moves us all closer to achieving in the interactive arena."