Disney, Pixar end talks

Steve Jobs’ other company — Pixar Animation Studios — announced today that it has ended its efforts to extend its distribution deal with The Walt Disney Co. and that it will seek other opportunities. [MacCentral]

2 Replies to “Disney, Pixar end talks”

  1. As a parent of three small children, I am very disappointed at the fact that Pixar and Disney will no longer work together. Pixar did an extraordinary job bringing a higher spirit of Disney to my home. My 8 y/o daughter is very fond of all Pixar movies, but her favorite character is Dory. My 5 y/o son’s favorite character still Buzz Lightyear and my 2 y/o daughter continues to watch Monster’s Inc. more than any other Disney movie in the past few months, even though we have quite a collection. Every time I watch a Pixar movie I cannot help but to think in amazement how such quality and technology can bring souls to the characters making it seem so real. I truly hope that there might be a resolution between both parties in the future so families like mine can continue to enjoy the best of Disney. Thank you.

  2. Just because the talks were not resolved between them does not mean Pixar will not bring more movies to the general public. It just means that they will seek a different partner… There will definitely be more Pixar movies.

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