Pixar showed off some clips for Cars 3 at the Detroit Auto Show this year and we caught up with two of its creators to find out the movie and the cars they love.
At the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, Pixar's Jon Lasseter Pixar brings a life sized Lightning McQueen to the stage and reveals that the show itself was inspiration behind the Cars movies.
Among the superheroes and sequels (and superhero sequels) a host of sci-fi, fantasy, animated and action treats are heading for the big screen.
These are the movies we're geeking out for in 2017.
Social Cues: Also trending on social media are Thanksgiving and big news for Hollywood.
CNET's Brian Tong visits Disney Animation Studios to check out the tools and tech used to create "Moana."
Sure, maybe no one was eager to learn about the origins of the "Just Keep Swimming" song, but even the critics have to admit Dory is a-dorable.
What we know about the studio's most effects-filled movie.
Pixar's latest dive into the life of the forgetful blue tang fish will encourage both kids and adults to keep on swimming.
Technology has advanced so much since 'Finding Nemo,' Pixar had to rebuild the main characters from scratch. But the company was also able to create characters and effects that weren't possible before.
Pixar opens up about how it experimented with new tech for the highly anticipated sequel to "Finding Nemo." Plus, the studio hints at very early experiments with virtual reality.
What the heck is a Tong Prawn? Brian asks Pixar to rate the characters he created on his iPad Pro for the next "Finding Nemo"/"Finding Dory" movie.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.