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Berlin: Director Dan Scanlon Discusses Pixar’s ‘Onward,’ and His Michigan Inspiration

Pixar’s “Onward” saw its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, and the film’s director, Dan Scanlon, and producer, Kori Rae, talked to the press at the festival about the film, which follows brother elves on a magical quest to reconnect with their late father. Tom Holland and Chris Pratt voice the brothers who […]

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Berlin International Film Festival Reveals 2020 Lineup

The Berlin International Film Festival on Wednesday morning revealed the main competition lineup and gala selections for festival’s 70th edition.The festival, which begins February 20, will screen 18 films in competition, including movies from Sally Potter, Kelly Reichardt, and Eliza Hittman. Six are from female directors.Among the gala presentations is Pixar’s” Onward.” The Dan Scanlon-helmed […]

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‘Onward’ Trailer: Pixar Changes Gears To An Elves Tale Starring Chris Pratt & Tom Holland

With Pixar’s highly anticipated “Toy Story 4” hitting theaters on June 21, the hype surrounding the studio’s slate of upcoming features has, once again, reached a glorious new high. But rather than going too heavy on the “Toy Story 4” marketing, the folks over at the legendary animation studio have started ramping up excitement for […]

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Pixar’s ‘Onward’ Trailer: Chris Pratt and Tom Holland Are Elf Bros Looking for a Bit of Magic

Pixar Animation has given us adventures toys, bugs, fish, cars, monsters, robots, rats, superheroes and emotions. But now they’re about to dive into a different arena altogether with their latest movie from Monsters University director Don Scanlon. Onward is a new fantasy family comedy starring Chris Pratt and Tom Holland as Barley and Ian Lightfoot, […]

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First Trailer for ‘Onward’ Reveals Pixar’s Next Original Film

Disney-Pixar has released the first teaser trailer for the new film Onward, which will mark the studio’s first non-sequel release in nearly three years when it hits theaters next spring. Directed by Monsters University filmmaker Dan Scanlon, the original story takes place in a suburban fantasy world and revolves around two teenage elf brothers who […]

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