Disney’s Pixar creates delivers yet another gorgeous movie that will be fun for any kid watching it. The storytelling holds the film back from being another Pixar classic, but even adults will fall under the magic of ‘Brave’.
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Disney has released the third and likely final trailer for Pixar’s upcoming animated feature Brave. Much like the previous domestic previews, the studio continues to heavily focus on the lighthearted and comedic elements of the film.
Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, director Mark Andrews talked about the tone of the movie: “It’s appropriately scary, as much as it needs to be to tell the story effectively. But it’s not overly horrific or terrifying — we’re not going for a PG-13 rating. You’re in good hands with a Pixar movie, as always.”
Every fortnight (that is two weeks in case you are reading this hung-over) I will collect, evaluate and release all the film-tastic news that may or may not have made your radar due to it being UK/European specific.
A Japanese trailer for Pixar’s Brave was recently released and it is nothing short of epic compared to the American previews. With tons of new footage and a much better sense of character, story and tone, this new trailer has done nothing less than to completely win me over.
After a couple relatively tepid trailers for Pixar’s Brave, it seems as if the Disney marketing juggernaut is finally finding its groove as of late. Last week, the studio made the unusual choice of using an extended clip as a third trailer for the animated feature. Then on Sunday night, the first TV spot was aired and it might well be the best thing we’ve seen about the movie so far.
The third trailer for Pixar’s upcoming animated feature Brave has been released and it is peculiar in the fact that it’s actually an extended scene rather than the usual quick-cutting preview we are used to. Is this the beginning of a new fad in film marketing?
Disney has released gorgeous movie posters for three of their upcoming films. The first one (via Apple) is for Pixar’s fairy tale Brave which will feature the studio’s first female protagonist (voiced by Kelly Macdonald). Also check out the one-sheets for Frankenweenie and John Carter.
Disney has released new pictures for two of their upcoming animations, Pixar’s Brave (June 22, 2012) and Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie (October 5, 2012). Check out these pictures after the jump!