Most of the time I exist in a world where I forget that Incredibles 2 is happening. I’ve never really clamored for a sequel to the original classic, and I’m not particularly excited about the prospect of a sequel. Yet, despite this, I’m pretty sure I’m going to love it. When It drops. In June, 2019.
Pixar is finally letting us in on its long-in-development Dia de los Muertos movie. At D23, the company officially unveiled the movie, known as Coco.
I’m in a fucking bind here, guys. I know deep down in my heart that more Star Wars stories aren’t needed. But I want them. I need them. So when I want to say Toy Story 4 isn’t needed…I can’t. I realize the situation. I realize the Truth. I don’t have a fucking leg to stand on. I get it. So if you’re excited, enjoy this movie. Be merry. I can’t be a hypocrite.
I’m going to be able to tell my kids something. Drunken off Dew, a tumor the side of a grapefruit lodged in my skull, eyes bulging. I’ll mumble at a howl, “I remember when Pixar made original movies! Good movies! Not fucking sequels! Now fetch me my Oculus Rift! And my meds! Daddy needs to go to the Black Sun and sword fight Hiro Protagonist.”
Sorry, sorry. So much Star Wars. I get it. We only cover Star Wars and Marvel. I’ll fall on my fucking lightsaber later. For now let’s contemplate a Pixar-powered Star Wars movie. Here, I’ll pop off my pants first. Air out the rapidly swelling pink bits. You can follow suit if you see fit.
Ever since Disney bought Marvel, the lot of us have been fapping to one idea. Pixar, the studio from whence all others are judged, could theoretically rock out to a Marvel movie. Recently while promoting Brave, the head of Pixar has once again stroked these fantasies. Just a light grip, ever so slowly.
Pixar shed some light on their schedule for the next few years a couple of nights ago at CinemaCon. I hadn’t heard of half this shit, but I’m particularly curious about the project that’s way out. Wayyyyyy out! We’re talking 2015.
The Stacked To Shit movie blockbuster year keeps pushing worthy titles out of my brain-piece. Case in point: Brave. I’m sure it’ll be typical Pixar greatness, and yet I’ll be goddamned if I can remember it. While its still on my mind, here’s a Japanese poster for it that reveals new story elements. Unlike the old ones. That I can’t remember.