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First Look of the Day: Courtesy of Disney Pixar France comes the first non-concept-art look at Princess Merida, the female protagonist of Pixar's 13th feature-length film Brave -- the first Pixar film to feature a female lead (Kelly Macdonald), and the

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Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: Pixar's chief creative officer John Lasseter takes Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle on a tour of his extensive Hawaiian shirt collection -- namely, the 374 currently "in active rotation."

[cartoonbrew.]

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From The Archives: To mark the milestone of reaching 100k followers on Twitter, longtime Pixar creative and Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich posted this "embarrassing" video of his 20-year-old self appearing as a contestant on the popular 80s game show Win, Lose or Draw.

For the tl;dr crowd, Unkrich steps up to the board at 7:00.

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Faux First Look of the Day: Japan Cinema's April Fools Day prank is an instant classic: A surprise announcement concerning an upcoming Pixar adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki's influential anime feature My Neighbor Totoro. Directed by John Lasseter no less!

I don't know how I'd feel about this, but I like the part where Lasseter puts Cars 2 on indefinite

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First Look of the Day: The face of Princess Merida (Kelly McDonald) -- Pixar's first female protagonist -- is finally revealed in the latest piece of concept art (previously) from the animation studio's upcoming feature film Brave.

The Scottish highlands-based fairy tale is due to open wide June 22, 2012.

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Movie Montage of the Day: 25 Years of Pixar: 12 feature films, 20 short films, 1 inimitable animation studio.

[slashfilm.]

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Magical Mashup of the Day: The vocals from Disney songbird Nick Pitera's “One Man Disney Movie” medley synced up with scenes from corresponding Disney films.

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