The N.Y. Times Gives a Rare Look Inside Pixar Studios

The Pixar Animation Studios complex in California looks exactly like what you’d expect. There are giant fluffy couches and pool and ping-pong tables and huge pictures of their most successful movies and a display case with all the studio’s Oscars.

But the public has rarely gotten to actually see behind the scenes of the studio beloved for the creation of the ‘Toy Story’ franchise, ‘Up,’ ‘Wall-E’ and numerous other favorites.

The New York Times’ Melena Ryzik got the chance to go inside Pixar and talk to ‘Toy Story 3’ director Lee Unkrich, Pixar producers and animators, as well as watch them work on some familiar faces.

Published by Larry Fire

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