In the latest Movie Legends Revealed, learn which emotion was originally lost with Joy, and the poignant reason the change was made!
Some of the last work form the late creator of "Cul de Sac" was done for Pixar's acclaimed film.
Because the regular amount of Pixar-induced crying isn't enough, someone created a video in which the credits roll after the saddest scenes.
Artist Dan Hipp takes us deep inside Kylo Ren's mind using the emotions from Pixar's "Inside Out."
The "Star Wars" sequel's $571.4 million (and climbing) haul helped lift the 2015 North American box office to $11 billion, a new record.
"The Martian," "Inside Out," "Game of Thrones" and "Mr. Robot" were also among the honorees named in the 16th annual AFI Awards.
Upcoming animated features including "The Good Dinosaur," "Finding Dory," "Zootopia" and "Moana" get the spotlight Friday at Disney's D23 Expo.
With today's issue, the editors of "The Beano" finally address the similarities between Pixar's "Inside Out" and the long-running comic strip "The Numskulls."
The Universal Pictures sequel crossed the $500 million mark in its third weekend of North American release, faster than any other film in history.
"Inside Out" gave Pixar its second-biggest weekend ever, but was dwarfed by "Jurassic World," which is seeing record returns.
Directors Peter Docter and Jonas Rivera and stars Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Phyllis Smith and Lewis Black discuss making the emotional connections in "Inside Out."
Featuring the voice talents of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling, this thoughtful Pixar film tackles a tricky topic with empathy, wit and warmth that makes it a joy to experience.
Joy introduces viewers to some of Riley's childhood memories in the latest clip from the upcoming Pixar film.
The animated fantasy-comedy boasts a voice cast that includes Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, and Mindy Kaling.
joy, Sadness, Anger and Disgust get the spotlight in the latest clips from the animated fantasy-comedy directed by Pete Docter.
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Amy Poehler's Joy gets ready for school in the first clip from Pixar's fantasy-comedy, which will make its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.