Saturday, September 20, 2008

Nuts & Bolts And Clips & Links...



Over at Yahoo Movies, they've posted an extended clip from "Bolt" so go take a look...

Also, the guys over at Latino Review have posted a couple more articles(here and here) from their visit to the Hat Building...

Slowly, Disney's marketing campaign seems to be getting underway. Late October should be really interesting for the film.

The test for the Lamp is rapidly approaching...

7 comments:

Chad said...

Sweet. Not as in, "Dude, sweeet." No. Rather, as in, "Aww. How sweet?" Nice animation too.

Thanks for sharing Honor. Just a few months ago I could have cared less about this film. Hopefully, it is as delightful as the clips and previews and modest buzz make it out to be.

Swatsi said...

I like it. Rhino is funny - well he makes me chuckle. It looks as though Bilt comes to terms with not having powers, but Rhino still thinks he's a superdog.

Btw. I watched Home on the Range for the first time today after borrowing the DVD. Well it's gotta be better than that. Doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

It's a good clip. I'm really looking forward to Bolt.

Tink *~*~* said...

This looks actually awesome! Thanks for sharing - can't wait for it to hit the theaters. :D

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

Anonymous said...

hey honor
what exactly do you mean by the rapidly approaching test for Pixar?
Do you mean if John and Ed's changes helped?

Anonymous said...

The only "test for the lamp" will be to see if their animators can sit through the entire film without chuckling in a malicious tone. To mix metaphors, from a technical standpoint, Disney to Pixar in the realm of computer animation is like the Flintstones vs. the Jetsons.

Art Tifact said...

Disney's animators are just as good as Pixar's animators. That's a ridiculous statement. The problem with Disney for the past decade has been that its stories haven't been as good. That is what Pixar does better than others and that is what Lasseter is doing to try and fix.

That's what Honor was referring to. The test to see whether the magic that he brought to Pixar can be brought back to Disney.