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With so many superhero movies being released, writer/director Brad Bird says, "What you don’t want to do is trot over the same turf in the same way everyone else is."
Director Brad Bird’s "The Iron Giant" returns to theaters this fall, and this new remastered trailer invites fans to relive the magic all over again.
Brad Bird's 1999 animated classic will return to theaters this fall in a remastered form, for a very limited engagement.
With "Tomorrowland" in theaters, Jeff Jensen & Joanthan Case discuss their hybrid novel/comic book that tells the secret origin of futuristic world.
The cast and crew from the film inspired by the venerable Disneyland attractions reveal its roots in the real-world positivity Walt Disney himself believed in.
After such movies as "The Incredibles," "The Iron Giant" and "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol," Brad Bird's latest is a muddled letdown.
The "Tomorrowland" director also acknowledges he’s talked about helming a "Star Wars" film, but insists he’s focused on the Pixar sequel and other projects.
At one time, Brad Bird, Gary Kurtz and John Lasseter wanted to bring Will Eisner's famous character to animated life.
The filmmaker has offered up the first news about the eagerly anticipated Pixar sequel in more than a year.
George Clooney sets up the premise for the Disney sci-fi adventure in the first television promo for “Tomorrowland.”
In the new trailer for Disney's sci-fi adventure directed by Brad Bird, Britt Robertson must travel to a secret place in order to fix the future.
Disney has debuted the full 30-second spot for director Brad Bird's sci-fi adventure, which stars George Clooney, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie.
Disney's "Big Hero 6" and "Tomorrowland" panel at New York Comic Con included exclusive footage and a surprise appearance by George Clooney.
George Clooney and Britt Robertson star in the first look at director Brad Bird's eagerly anticipated sci-fi adventure written by Damon Lindelof.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed that a Pixar has a third "Cars" movie in development alongside an "Incredibles" sequel.
Reports are in that Pixar executives and creatives, after seeing a rough cut of "Tron: Legacy," have pitched in for rewrites for the sequel with John Lasseter, Brad Bird and others contributing. SPINOFF has the details.