Every week, Kayla Savage and I do a live show that’s all about Pixar (and Disney). This week was a “Pixar News Roundup,” because we had a ton of announcements and stories to share about various Emeryville happenings. Our main topic of conversation was Lou, the next short film by Pixar that
This week, The Pixar Detectives (Jon Negroni and Kayla Savage) went live from Lake Tahoe (live audience for the win!) to illustrate La La Land as a Pixar movie, taking your suggestions along the way for other Oscar movies deserving of the Pixar treatment.
Both Disney films have been nominated for Best Animated Feature in the upcoming Oscars, but which one will and win? And probably more importantly, which should win?
The Pixar Detective is my weekly Facebook Live show, where I share the secrets of the Pixar universe and beyond in real-time. Tune in Wednesdays at 7pm (pacific) to comment live, ask questions, answer my questions, and help settle Pixar debates with my cohosts.
This week’s highlights:
- Pixar has a new short coming out called Lou. Let’s talk about it!
- Do you think The Good Dinosaur is a flop or masterpiece?
- Guys, we’re taking Pixar for granted.
- Why Incredibles 2 probably won’t suck.
- Here’s why WALL-E need a sequel, but maybe something else…
Friends, Pixar fans, and countrymen, we have some super news for you this morning. Tonight marks the first live episode of PixarTonight, starring myself and the illustrious Kayla Savage.
We’re going to be sharing the secrets of the Pixar universe on the Super News Network, via Facebook live (Update: the first episode is available to revisit! Just follow the link above).
You’ll bee able to follow along with us live and leave comments as we do the show every Wednesday at 7pm pacific. For this week’s episode, we’re talking Finding Dory, the upcoming Coco, and more.
We also have a preview teaser ready for you to watch filled with more details and easter eggs for you to find. Enjoy!
See you all every Wednesday at 7pm pacific! Click here to like Super News, so you can get updated as soon as we’re starting the show.