Pixar is Disney’s baby they began taking care of in 2006. Since then, the word has flown around the industry that Pixar made Disney better when their head chief creative officer, John Lasseter, went over to help Disney. But it was also said that Pixar suffered and reverted to more sequels, however, their sequels turned out to be just as good as the originals. Take “Finding Dory” or “Toy Story 2” for examples.
Despite Disney buying the major animation studio, Pixar still isn’t afraid to say no to them. Pixar has a core Brain Trust that all their ideas go through and they won’t be compromising any of their stories for a “Mulan,” “Aladdin,” or “Frozen” style film. Instead, Pixar is going to continue making outside the box, conflict-driven, flawed character leading films such as “Up,” “Wall-E,” “Toy Story,” “Inside Out,” “The Incredibles,” “Brave,” “Cars,” and “Monsters Inc.” Not to mention that both the major studios take time to make cool little short films before their actual features, but Disney can’t even hold a candle to Pixar’s originality in those.
So what has made Pixar so consistently successful over the years? Is it their small, closed group of in-house writers? Is it the time they take for the proper story, like the ten years it took “The Incredible 2” to be made? Is it their knowledge that Chinese food creates conflict? Is it their no-fear at tackling new worlds like that of “Coco”? It’s all these things and way more! Watch this video to discover all the crazy, fearless, and risk-taking things that Pixar does that Disney would NEVER do! You’ll be shocked at the differences and thrilled to watch the newest Pixar film!