Posts Tagged ‘“Up”’

2010 Academy Awards Ceremony Relatively Free of Surprises

— by ALEXA MILAN — Every Oscar ceremony usually has its share of snubs and surprises. “Crash” wins best picture in a huge upset. Alan Arkin unexpectedly beats Eddie Murphy after Murphy took home virtually every other supporting actor award. Bjork shows up wearing a dress that[...]

Collaborations: Creativity Can’t Exist in a Vacuum

— by JASON EAKEN — Once you start thinking about “Up,” it’s hard to stop. I saw it for a third time, this time in 3D, which was different and good and interesting. There is so much to take in that the movie felt just as fresh as the other times. It’s so well crafted, […][...]

BAFTA Winners Announced

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced the winners of the annual BAFTAs last night. The awards are considered one of the final indicators of which way the Academy Awards may go.[...]

Pixar’s ‘Up’ Wins Annie Award for Best Feature

Pixar Animation Studio’s “Up” won the Best Animated Feature honor at the 37th Annual Annie Awards at UCLA’s Royce Hall Feb. 6. Walt Disney Animation Studios won six Annies overall including three for its feature “The Princess and the Frog” and three for its television[...]

The ‘Further Adventures’ of George and A.J. from ‘Up’

Here is a Pixar short featuring the “further adventures” of George and A.J., the two characters who arrive to take Carl to the nursing home in Academy Award-nominated movie “Up.”[...]

2010 Oscar Nominations Announced

— by RACHEL COYNE — The 2010 Oscar nominees were announced this morning, and on the whole, they were relatively pedestrian; everything and everyone that was expected to be recognized was. Now is the time when I usually start to get pumped for Oscar night, attempting to see as many of the[...]

Inside ‘Up’: Carl and Ellie from Concept to Finish

— by JASON EAKEN — When “Up” came out this past summer, it caught many people, myself included, by surprise by its impeccable, beautiful rendering of the marriage between Carl and Ellie. It is many people’s favorite moment in the film, and its power looms over the rest [...]

Check Out a Deleted Scene From Up

— by ALEXA MILAN — Pixar’s “Up” won’t be released on DVD until Nov. 10, but fans of the animated summer smash can catch one of the film’s deleted scenes online now. “Up” tells the story of Carl Frederickson, an elderly man who, following his wife Ellie’s death, decides to[...]