Until the Apple founder came along and rescued LucasFilms' fledgling computer graphics division, animation in Hollywood was a dying art. Now, people expect great computer-animated films.
Disney has fans ranging from little kids to senior citizens, and thousands of them turned out for the third D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif.
Pixar's "The Good Dinosaur" and "Inside Out" explore the intriguing worlds of an agrarian society full of dinosaurs and a young girl's inner mind. Pixar fans have a lot to look forward to.
The facility is now called "The Steve Jobs Building," commemorating the company's former chief executive and arguably one of the most important figures in its history.
A Pixar animator opened a small access door in his office, got on his hands and knees, and crawled through the opening to discover a "secret" room. The rest, as they say, is history.
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.
Neither Steve Jobs' widow nor a representative of his trust will be on the ballot when Disney shareholders vote on re-electing the company's board, says a report. The Jobs Trust is Disney's largest shareholder.
CalArts has turned out a lot of top animators over the years. Its 2012 CalArts Character Animation Producers' Show gives a look at the talent that will appear in the years to come.
The National Science Foundation hands the California Institute of the Arts money for its STEM program, which is designed to get undergraduate arts students up to speed with computer programming.
Set to hit shelves on June 15, three days before its namesake Pixar movie, the new video game features both a film-faithful story line and an open-ended "toy box" mode.