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Disney/Pixar just released images of some of the characters from 'Finding Dory'. If you loved 'Finding Nemo' you'll definitely see some of your favorites but they've made sure to introduce new ones too!

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Even the snobbiest film buff is liable to break down into tears at the beginning of UP but it turns out that there's a lot more to Pixar movies for a cinephile to appreciate. This short video shows, shot for shot, how many sneaky references to classic films are packed into these kids movies. Some are easier to spot than others, you probably had no idea watching Toy Story for the first time that this scene was a reference to Total Recall but an adult who's seen Total Recall may have noticed it:



On the other hand, who could have guess how many references Finding Nemo would make to Kramer vs Kramer:

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Entertainment Weekly has this new shot of Finding Dory, in which Dory visits an oceanic rehab center where she meets a beluga whale, Bailey (voiced by Ty Burrell), and a whale shark named Destiny (Kaitlin Olson). According to Burrell, these characters are in rehab because "[Bailey] isn’t great at his own sonar capability, and Destiny has trouble swimming straight." D'aww.

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Remember that sweet remote-controlled, life-size prototype of WALL-E from last year? Robot enthusiast Mike McMaster invites you to his workshop for a test drive and an explanation of how his team re-created Pixar's iconic robot character.

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A group of students over at the Victoria University of Wellington breathe life into an ordinary desk lamp using customized computer code and modified electronic circuit design.



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In La Luna -- which made its debut in theaters over the summer before Brave -- a young boy gets to go work with his Papa and Grandpa for the first time.

They row far out to sea in an old wooden boat, and with no land in sight, they stop and wait...

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It played for audiences before Finding Nemo 3D, and it aired this week on the Disney channel, but now Pixar's Partysaurus Rex is online for your viewing pleasure. Sit back and enjoy -- it's six minutes of pure, uncut Toy Story goodness. It's also a bathtub rave.

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