I had to go it alone on this week’s live episode of The Pixar Detectives, and it was a strange episode even by normal standards. Of course, I went through the entirety of the Cars 3 trailer to note the details and story developments we’re starting to see. But I also spent quite a bit of time lamenting what appears to be a very “safe” Pixar film without much of a compelling story, based on what we’ve seen so far.
The show kicked off with some interesting Pixar Theory material, specifically regarding an internal employee theory at Pixar about where the cars in Cars actually come from, and guess what? They’re not a bunch of insects.
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A Cars director said that there are no humans in Cars because all the Cars killed all the humans and stole their identities and personalities. Let’s see what you think of that!
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I still hope to see a sequel to the movie. It really is a benchmark of cartoons. Disney has always been a legend in the animation world, past and present. They are always ahead of their time.
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