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Here's a sneak peek at Pixar's Lava

08.29.2014

If there's any reason to get to a Pixar film early, it's to catch whatever short film precedes it. Next year will see the release of INSIDE OUT, in which the story takes place in the mind of a young girl. Before the feature, however, we'll be treated to a short film that takes place over millions of years and is inspired by the beauty of tropical islands and the allure of ocean volcanoes. Disney UK just dropped a little teaser for it, and you may be surprised at how good of a singing voice a volcano may have.

All you need is lava:

I love the imagery at the end of this clip and can't wait to see how this story will (inevitably) turn out. That, coupled with the feature of INSIDE OUT, looks to bring some originality back to Pixar which has been sorely lacking these past few years.

Lava, which precedes INSIDE OUT, will be in theaters June 19, 2015.

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Source: Disney UK

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7:29AM on 09/02/2014

Like "CARS" this will suck because...

...they have anthropomorphized something that has not actual human qualities.
...they have anthropomorphized something that has not actual human qualities.
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1:19AM on 08/30/2014
Cool! The overall concept of a geologic feature living through millions of years reminds me a bit of a stop motion short involving two rock friends who live through all of human history, unaware of us because we move too fast relative to them. It's pretty awesome, I'll have to dig up a link
Cool! The overall concept of a geologic feature living through millions of years reminds me a bit of a stop motion short involving two rock friends who live through all of human history, unaware of us because we move too fast relative to them. It's pretty awesome, I'll have to dig up a link
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1:36AM on 08/30/2014
Here we go: Das Rad
As is typical for foreign shorts, the only version with English subtitles was in 240p. I recommend finding a proper version if you can, since it looked *really* good in a theater, even up against some really shiny CG stuff. Anyway:

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Here we go: Das Rad
As is typical for foreign shorts, the only version with English subtitles was in 240p. I recommend finding a proper version if you can, since it looked *really* good in a theater, even up against some really shiny CG stuff. Anyway:

[link]
10:36AM on 08/30/2014
Very nice find!
Very nice find!
9:19PM on 08/29/2014
It's very sweet and poignant, but something about a being with a giant hole in its head just singing and smiling is kinda sorta unsettling. Maybe that's what Pixar was going for?
It's very sweet and poignant, but something about a being with a giant hole in its head just singing and smiling is kinda sorta unsettling. Maybe that's what Pixar was going for?
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