From Toy Story to Finding Dory, which Pixar movies found the most financial success with audiences?
Did Pixar lose its way, or did we lose our way with Pixar? There’s no real answer to the latter part of that question because it makes no sense. But the article we’re snarcasming this week actually does make a lot of sense and deserves to be approached thoughtfully. Even though it’s basically wrong for the most part.
Did you know The Incredibles was originally supposed to be called “The Invincibles?” Even if you did, we’ve got 29 more awesome facts about one of our favorite Pixar movies ever, only on Super News!
For every Snarcasm piece, I usually feature what I brazenly call “the worst articles on the Internet.” But this week, I’m doing something a little different. Samuel James of ScreenPrism wrote his own “Pixar Theory,” and asked (sort of) to get my opinion
How does The Good Dinosaur fit into the Pixar Theory? Let’s take a look at Pixar’s most beautiful box office flop.
Hey faithful readers! We are seriously winding down on this series, aren’t we? We’re already four chapters away from the epic conclusion of The Pixar Detective, but for some reason, I still feel like we just started this thing.
At any rate, we have an awesome chapter to show you guys this week! It’s loaded with a lot of heavy surprises, which I know has sort of been the theme for the last few chapters. I hope it lives up to your expectations (but hey, at least the artwork is awesome).
So let’s get this going!
Revelations await Stevin and Cara as they find themselves aboard a Starliner in space! Who is the Tank Gang, and how can they help Stevin find the missing Mary?