In the 12 years since "Monsters Inc." came out, Pixar has seen several tech advances that make the new "Monsters University" prequel a richer visual experience -- notice all the hairs on Sully and the hundreds of extra characters in the background. CNET'S Sumi Das goes behind the scenes at Pixar.
This deal requires a trip to your local Target, but it's definitely worth the effort--even if you don't have a Blu-ray player. (Both movies come with regular DVDs, too.)
The "Monsters Inc." animation studio is swapping its Sun-based rendering system for servers containing Intel chips, as the Sun-Intel squabble bubbles along.
Pixar Animation Studios later today will announce its latest animated feature film, tentatively titled Monsters, Inc.