Teaser Poster for Pixar's Up Finally Revealed!
Pixar has chosen to go with a very odd marketing plan for their next film - Up. Instead of running the first teaser trailer in front of their latest release this summer, Wall-E, like they've always done before, they've decided to save it for a more timely debut (I'm guessing on Bolt in November). Additionally, we haven't seen any official media from the film save for the Comic-Con presentation and the very short teaser revealed at that time. Finally the first teaser posted has hit and it's as gorgeous as the other logos and images we've seen for the film, but doesn't add anything new to the mix. Is this going to get people excited? I highly doubt it, but I guess it's a good tease for those who didn't even know Up existed at all.
Pixar's Up is directed Pete Docter, who also directed Monsters, Inc previously in addition to writing the stories for Toy Story and Toy Story 2. The film is co-directed and written by Bob Peterson, who wrote Finding Nemo previously. Disney is planning to debut up in theaters everywhere on May 29th, 2009 next summer. For more information on Up, head over to our first look at the characters and the story.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
first! yay! Go Pixar and go simplicity; this film is guaranteed charmer.
Deidre on Oct 13, 2008
I guess I'll be bringing a pack of tissues to this one... as I always do to every Disney+Pixar movie.
Frost on Oct 13, 2008
mmm... Less is more! 😀
carlos on Oct 13, 2008
that is incredible tha that poster is from an animated film, it looks amazingly real. i cant wait.
troy on Oct 14, 2008
Wow, so simple yet mind blowing. I'm even more stoked to see this.
tzarinna on Oct 14, 2008
I'm not excited for this at all.
janet on Oct 14, 2008
Reminds me of the end of Chrono Trigger on the SNES.
avoidz on Oct 14, 2008
I can tell from the premise alone that the end of this movie will leave me in tears. Old person fulfilling their dreams? Beautiful Venezuelan backdrops? A kid who may learn a life lesson from aforementioned old person? Pass the hanky, please.
Pierre on Oct 21, 2008
It looks like its going to be a sad movie and I'm not to fond of sad movies but I might go see it anyways because Pixar movies never let me down. Hmm, why does this poster remind me of "DREAMWORKS"? Mystery...
Catz2 on Oct 28, 2008
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