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    Ed Catmull (President of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios) and John Lasseter (Chief Creative Officer, Pixar and Disney Animation Studios and Principal Creative Advisor, Walt Disney Imagineering) are discussing the future of Disney/Pixar Animation.

    While most here have heard this information I just wanted to state that Ed Catmull has confirmed that BOTH WDFA and PIXAR will be making CG animated movies and that WDFA WILL be bringing traditional animation back.

    John has also been giving major kudos to Steve Anderson (Director of Meet the Robinsons) for what a heart warming story this movie has become and how they are very proud of this movie.

    They went on to describe Wall-E (Next PIXAR release) as a love story!

    Toward the end of the presentation as John was closing, Buzz and Woody made an appearance which then lead to John announcing Toy Story 3.

    They then closed by stating how proud they are of Ratatouille and are currently showing the investors a 12 minute clip.
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    Re: Animation News

    looks like iger turned down their idea of wdfa not doing CG and only doing hand drawn. I for one am looking forward to enchanted , it will be nice to see 2-d again.

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