A U.S. judge did not accept a woman’s claim that “Inside Out” was based on her project, “The Moodsters.” Our legal expert explains the ruling.
How the two main characters in Pixar’s Oscar-nominated “Lou” were developed.
The biggest challenge for “Coco” director Lee Unkrich this award season: pretending that his film’s executive producer, John Lasseter, doesn’t exist.
For the 10th time in 12 years, the Golden Globes have awarded the Walt Disney Company an award for best animated feature.
27 out of 31 professional American film critics’ groups have called “Coco” the best animated feature of 2017.
New allegations about John Lasseter reveal that Disney management knew about his behavior and assigned him handlers to prevent him from physically harassing women.
The Walt Disney Company has thrown up a wall of silence around John Lasseter.
“Coco” is finding friends around the world.
Rashida Jones explains why she left Pixar.
Rumors are circulating at Pixar that the director of “Monsters Inc.” and “Inside Out” might take over the studio.