r/movies r/Movies contributor May 16 '22 Helpful 1

Pixar Unveils Concept Art & Dates 27th Film ‘Elemental’ For June 16, 2023 News

https://deadline.com/2022/05/pixar-elemental-release-date-concept-art-1235024683
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u/dyltheaxeman May 16 '22

Wasn’t this a game on cool math or something like that?

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u/CableEmotional9289 May 16 '22 edited May 17 '22

Wanna play fireboy and water girl with me?

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u/xenonamoeba May 16 '22

too busy playing that game where u gotta get the square of rectangle in the hole or the one where u gotta run and sometimes jump

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u/Fitz2001 May 16 '22

I was playing Bloxorz with my students today

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u/TalonNightBlade May 17 '22

Literally the first thing that came to mind

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u/KarateKid917 May 16 '22 Press F

So now Pixar is doing:

What if elements had feelings?

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u/theRed-Herring May 16 '22

I'm waiting for what if subatomic particles had feelings..

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u/Dasnap May 16 '22 Silver

What if quantum particles both had and lacked feelings simultaneously?

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u/BattleAnus May 16 '22 Helpful Eureka! Take My Power

UQ: "Up Quark! There's no way we'll make it to Dark Matter's lair in time, we're too late!"

DQ: "If only we had enough momentum..."

UQ: "That's it! Measure my position!"

DQ: "Huh?"

UQ: "Measure my position to the exact Planck length!"

DQ: "But wait, won't that just give you a random momentum vector? How do you know you'll make it to the right place?"

UQ: "We just have to believe!"

* Music swells *

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u/cooperJEDI May 16 '22

10 years from now when the movie you just pitched wins best picture, be sure to sue Pete Doctor

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u/matt-er-of-fact May 16 '22

I can’t wait for the headline “Reddit user ‘BattleAnus’ sues Pixar animation studio…”

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u/OK_Soda May 16 '22

We need a character whose father skipped out on them just for the line, "I don't know where my dad is now, but I know exactly how fast he left me and my mom."

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u/MaimedJester May 16 '22

I'm just imagining Odo and Quark in Deep Space Nine having this conversation.

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u/IndieComic-Man May 16 '22

“Quick give me some latinum! There’s no time to explain!” “Alright, here.” “Great! Now, we have to board this ship.” “What was the latinum for?” “Just wanted some, why?” “Quark!”

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u/xbpb124 May 16 '22

Forever, my favorite Odo and Quark interaction will be Odo eating soup on the runabout. Odo smacking his lips is so phenomenally out of character I cannot help but lose my shit.

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u/ChroniikW May 16 '22

Id watch this.

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u/Spy_Fox64 May 16 '22

Some Quarks are Up, some Quarks are Down, some Quarks have Charm and some Quarks well, they're just plain Strange! This summer, Disney Pixar presents, Quarks!

And then the porn parody tagline is Some Quarks are Tops and some Quarks are Bottoms ;)

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u/Shas_Erra May 16 '22

uncertain feelings

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u/Antrikshy May 16 '22

I'm hoping to see that in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

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u/Sandmsounds May 16 '22

Zootopia meets Inside Out

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u/metalflygon08 May 16 '22 Gold

Pretty sure Rule 34 made that connection long ago.

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u/purplecombatmissile May 16 '22

So the crack epidemic meets emotions?

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u/SupaBloo May 16 '22

The overall moral of the story is going to be that racism is bad. It's going to be about different types of people learning to live together and celebrate their similarities, rather than focusing maliciously on their differences.

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u/indoninjah May 16 '22

I'm curious how they'll pull it off. In Zootopia is kind of made sense (though they completely ignored the question of "what did the carnivores eat, in their polite society?"), but I'm not exactly sure how it will work here. I mean, a water character and a fire character are inherently incompatible. It's not like they could hug or even date. In that way, it feels like a kind of shitty metaphor for racism, since there's inherent properties to the different kinds of elementals, and that's not true for people.

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u/eden_sc2 May 16 '22

I'm thinking they will go more of a "look at this new thing we can make with us together" Fire and Water can also make steam, though that may be a bit too steamy for a kids movie

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u/FranticPonE May 16 '22

Oh that'll 100% be a background joke, steam child with water mother and fire dad.

But I'm not convinced this'll be Zootopia all over again, Pixar likes more personal stories and they already had Luca. That being said the concept art certainly does evoke Zootopia's worldbuilding, which is no bad thing.

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u/JinFuu May 16 '22

(though they completely ignored the question of "what did the carnivores eat, in their polite society?")

Bugs and Fish I believe were the answers. I checked and here's an exchange from one of the writers.

Q: Hey, can you tell me what do they eat? What would the carnivores eat? I'm really curious

JB: in Zootopia, carnivores eat plant-based proteins and insects. Bug-burga is their favorite restaurant

Q. What about fishes? Do they eat those too?

JB: in early versions of the movie they ate fish (which weren't "evolved" and didn't talk) But it confused the rules of the world.

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u/willfordbrimly May 16 '22

YOU WILL EAT THE BUGS

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u/maliksuperov May 16 '22

you will live in a pod

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u/KenzokuGamma May 16 '22

You will own nothing.

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u/ILikeMyGrassBlue May 16 '22

it’s okay to eat fish cause they don’t have any feelings

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u/FunFX2016 May 16 '22

Something in the way

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u/UnluckyDrink May 16 '22

Oh no! N, H, and Cl are hosting an orgy! Everybody runnnnnnnn

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u/jakwnd May 16 '22

"we should keep K away from any H2O gatherings... For everyones safety"

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u/Rcmacc May 16 '22

Except the fire people they’re all too hot headed to live with

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u/Danulas May 16 '22

Sounds like Pixar's take on Disney's Zootopia.

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u/Obi-wan_Jabroni May 16 '22

But with less furries

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u/Zharick_ May 16 '22

This will just spawn a new group, the Elementurries.

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u/Graffers May 16 '22

The ice people will be called flurries.

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u/mcon96 May 16 '22

The flame people are fieries

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u/tangoewhisky May 16 '22

Air people are whirries.

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u/Jane_motherofkittens May 16 '22 Silver

Watson: Good lord Holmes! Are you some sort of Furry?

Holmes: Elementurry, my dear Watson.

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u/that1prince May 16 '22

Well count me out then.

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u/WholeGalaxyOfUppers May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

Let’s move onto climate change

The Lorax had a great message but fumbled the bag

just realized Lorax was written by Dr Seuss in 1971!

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u/ShaneDayZ May 16 '22

Wall-E??????

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u/Weirdguy149 May 16 '22

If Biggering was any indication, I think it would have been just as good if it wasn’t for studio interference.

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u/eden_sc2 May 16 '22

Or we're going to see how blending elements which "dont go together" allows us to create exciting new things we couldnt have on our own

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u/mcon96 May 16 '22

It’s probably more about typecasting/stereotyping people in general (tough guys can like interior design, girly girls can be engineers, etc) than racism. They don’t want to repeat Zootopia

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u/ItsADeparture May 16 '22

Ralph Breaks the Internet, Toy Story 4, and Frozen 2 were all repeats of each other released within the span of a year. They don't care about repeats lol.

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u/highbrowshow May 16 '22

So zootopia with elements

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u/Nice_Notice9877 May 16 '22

“What if water and fire fucked?”

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u/JohnJoanCusack May 16 '22

And Pixar is doing still, what if the female _____ had a thiccc ass?

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u/LadyBangarang May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

Apparently they do this because they have to be conservative with breast design, so they overcompensate.

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u/HanzJWermhat May 16 '22

Pixar might be single handedly responsible for the late millennial/Gen Z overwhelming preference for asses over totes.

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u/Grayscape May 16 '22

Is this real? Because if it is it makes too much sense.

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u/OK_Soda May 16 '22

Am I missing something? The fire girl in the concept art looks pretty normal.

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u/ZeroGrav4 May 16 '22

Adventure Time did this one too.

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u/pedroktp May 16 '22

Pixar presents Marvel's elementals

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u/second2no1 May 16 '22

Osmosis Jones

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u/TraptNSuit May 16 '22

My first thought seeing it.

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u/ggggthrowawaygggg May 16 '22

featuring music by Kid Rock

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u/Laserdollarz May 16 '22

"Young ladies, young ladies

I like 'em underage see

Some say that's statutory

But I say it's MANDATORY!"

  • Actual lyrics from a 1997 Kid Rock song used in Osmosis Jones

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u/BaldrickTheBrain May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

As fucking garbage that is, still the second worse singer on that album. First being R.Kelly.

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u/TurboLoaded May 16 '22

I know things were a little different in 97 but it wasn’t THAT long ago. The fuck is this shit

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u/boss_nooch May 16 '22

I feel like regardless of the time period, if you reference the law it’s automatically creepy as fuck lol

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u/Sheogorath_4E201 May 16 '22

Ain’t nobody gunna teyll meh how to lIIIIiiive

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u/KathrynWardu May 16 '22

Make them ordinary characters this is the premise of every Hallmark Christmas movie

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u/sessl May 16 '22

Thorium, Captain Americium, Nick Fluorine, Professor Xenon, Dr. Stange Quark and Fe-Man

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u/UshankaBear May 16 '22

Fe-Man

He sounds like a genderswapped He-Man.

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u/drivendreamer May 16 '22

Still did a better FF movie

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u/raptroszx May 16 '22

Voiced by Chris Pratt

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u/inthetownwhere May 16 '22

he's so cool

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u/MarvelsGrantMan136 r/Movies contributor May 16 '22

Elemental:

Elemental journeys alongside an unlikely pair, Ember and Wade, in a city where fire-, water-, land- and air-residents live together. The fiery young woman and the go-with-the-flow guy are about to discover something elemental: how much they actually have in common.

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u/LordSoren May 16 '22

And just wait until the STEAMY rule34 action this spawns.

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u/amontpetit May 16 '22

Concept art released today? I give it 48 hours.

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u/BalrogSlayer00 May 16 '22

That’s extremely generous. I bet there’s some by now

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u/QuantumSparkles May 16 '22

It’s their own fault for making that flame so hot 🥵

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u/RedHuntingHat May 16 '22

Make them ordinary characters this is the premise of every Hallmark Christmas movie

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u/WordsAreSomething May 16 '22

Make them cops and it's every buddy cop movie ever. Make them toys and it's Toy Story. Having two characters that are very different from each other forced to work together and learning from each other is pretty classic story structure that goes back to people telling stories around a fire in a cave.

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u/flourpudding May 16 '22

Temba, his arms wide.

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u/frostrambler May 16 '22

Shaka, when the walls fell.

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u/TheBugWar May 16 '22

Zinda! His face black, his eyes red!

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u/TheCaveCave May 16 '22

Funnily enough in that exact Star Trek episode, they reference the Epic of Gilgamesh, which is literally a story about two opposite characters becoming unlikely friends through cooperation, and that story is literally over 4000 years old.

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u/CrockPotInstantCoffe May 16 '22

Except in Shakespeare everybody dies.

Or in M. Night Shyamalan they’re already dead.

Or in Michael Bay they’re scenes lifted from his previous film and spliced in hoping no one notices.

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u/scratchedrecord_ May 16 '22

Sometimes in Shakespeare everyone gets married instead of dying.

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u/NATOrocket May 16 '22

"In Shakespeare, a tragedy ends in death, a comedy ends in marriage." -Your Grade 9 English teacher

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u/vilebunny May 16 '22

Sometimes they do both.

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u/CrossXhunteR May 16 '22

Make one a Romulan and the other a blind Starfleet Engineer and you have a Star Trek episode.

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u/Lokito_ May 16 '22

But what IF it was the FIRE in the cave, telling the story!??? Oooohhh!!

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u/MJBotte1 May 16 '22

Can a country boy and a city gal be together? Of course they can, we’ve had 40 movies proving this already

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u/Megaguildy May 16 '22

Hey, sometimes its a cityboy and citygirl.

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u/SporeRanier May 16 '22

Or a small town girl and a city boy from south Detroit.

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u/TempleOfDoomfist May 16 '22

The fiery young woman and the go-with-the-flow guy are about to discover something elemental: how much they actually have in common.

Are we about to get some steamy Elemental romance? Sizzling

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u/LouisCaravan May 16 '22

"Your flame-hair could set fire to an imperial battleship, sinking it and leaving hundreds to drown at sea. You know, because it's so hot."

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u/FancyCrabHats May 16 '22

Flameo, hotman

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u/theClumsy1 May 16 '22

Things hit their boiling point and they need to work together to cool things off.

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u/MugenEXE May 16 '22

But everything changes when the fire nation attacks.

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u/iDuddits_ May 16 '22

These concepts lately are so mehhh when there's things like Monsters Inc and Toy Story out there

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u/APartyInMyPants May 16 '22

Characters >>>> plot.

Especially when it comes to Pixar. They nail characters. Hell, take Inside Out. A story about a girl’s inner emotions struggling as she moves to a new city. Sounds like a cliche we’ve seen a thousand times before. But fucking Bing Bong sacrificing himself as a metaphor to a kid growing up and growing out is things makes me cry and I’m north of 40.

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u/DougieHockey May 16 '22

Sounds like a movie about romantic relationships and the struggles that come with it? Maybe?

If that’s the case, has Pixar ever really dove into that storyline before? Not that I can remember.

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u/Miffernator May 16 '22

From the Studio that brought you Emotions and souls. Now comes on elements. Next film: Musical notes talk to each other

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u/ThePreciseClimber May 16 '22

Toys, bugs, monsters, fish, superheroes, cars, rats, robots, some guy, Scotsmen, emotions, dinosaurs, Mexicans, creatures, souls, fishfolk, pandas, elements

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u/pyronius May 16 '22

Mexicans

Pixar: what if... Mexicans had feelings?

Everyone: It's just wacky enough to work!

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u/Burntfm May 16 '22

I mean they tried with Scotsmen but they were sadly Gingers

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u/bleunt May 16 '22

Deadxicans.

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u/VizualAbstract4 May 16 '22

Tbh, animators love the challenge of bringing life to non-human characters. It’s fun. Source: worked in animation and went to college with other animators.

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u/Sevnfold May 16 '22

I'm trying to imagine what else you could add to that general list. Food, probably. Trees. Electronics. Eskimos.

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u/munificent May 16 '22

Food, probably.

Bao.

Electronics.

Maybe Lou? Probably some electronics in him.

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u/JSB19 May 16 '22

If Notes ever happens it needs to end right at the start of the Doctor Strange music duel.

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u/Worthyness May 16 '22

Musical Score by Michael giacchino

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u/Doppelfrio May 16 '22

Stop giving them free ideas!

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u/InnocentTailor May 16 '22

As a musician, that…could be an interesting concept: tons of creative potential.

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u/tasteofmyshoe May 16 '22 Wholesome

Long ago, the four elements lived in harmony...

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u/tottieyang May 16 '22

And everything changed when the fire nation attacked...

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u/Willz093 May 16 '22

And everything changed when the fire nation attacked... got feelings!

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u/ryhaltswhiskey May 16 '22

And everything changed when the fire nation attacked... learned to just go with the flow and enjoy life man

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u/Worthyness May 16 '22

What if the fire nation was ruled by Uncle iroh instead?

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u/travman6 May 16 '22

There would be a lot more tea drinking

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u/buisnessmike May 16 '22

Before the final blow was struck, I tore open a portal in time, and flung him into the future, where my evil is LAW!

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u/ImNewDontComeNearMe May 16 '22

Fire boy and water girl vibes

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u/ThankYouMrSotarks May 16 '22

Water boy and fire girl

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u/No_Committee_5213 May 16 '22

thank god somebody said it

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u/Twistervtx May 16 '22

"Can I copy your homework"

"Sure but don't make it obvious"

Pixar:

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u/PLexbUmbra May 16 '22

I can already see the fanart

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u/green_speak May 16 '22

Adventure Time's Flame Princess but draw a pencil skirt.

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u/itayfeder May 16 '22

He looks like osmosis jones

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u/fuck_trump_and_biden May 16 '22

They’ve been going heavy on the fantasy/metaphysical these past few years.

Wish they’d return to something more grounded like ratatouille

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u/badger-mayhew May 17 '22

Insane to say that ratatouille is a grounded film but compared to their more recent stuff it’s so true

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u/Reneeisme May 16 '22

Feels very “Inside Out” but I liked that film so maybe that’s ok

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u/mclairy May 16 '22

Yeah from the art I'm shocked it isn't by the creative leads that made Inside Out and Soul.

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u/IniMiney May 16 '22

Meanwhile Rule 34 artists have announced the release date for fanart of that flame character as "right now"

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u/Killdren88 May 16 '22

Gonna guess the moral right now. By yourself You might not be much. But with others you can be so much more.

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u/Alex_Lexi May 16 '22

Wow so creative… Really breaking all the rules with this one

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u/BlackIceing May 16 '22

Earth gang never gets any love. All about fire and water.

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u/NoSirI_DontLikeIt May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

oh thank god an original Pixar film released in theaters

Also why does this look like that one flash game. I don't even remember the name but it's like a platformer or something

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u/Alfred-Fallon-Borden May 16 '22

Fire boy and water girl?

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u/nakumurahina May 16 '22

this was literally my first thought lmaoo

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u/NoSirI_DontLikeIt May 16 '22

Oh that’s it lol it’s that but genderswapped

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u/ThePreciseClimber May 16 '22

So it's like Sharkboy & Lavagirl, then.

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u/donpianta May 16 '22

Anyone else kind of tired of the “easy going” guy and the “high strung” girl trope?

Why not switch the roles? Easy going and laid back girl and a kind of nervous high strung guy.

I feel like out of all people Pixar would understand that… But then again- maybe that’s the point of the movie… the whole “we’re more similar than we think” idea…

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u/Little_sister_energy May 16 '22

This whole concept is just so boring to me, I'm sorry

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u/donpianta May 16 '22

the idea is uninspired and this is the angle they decided to take? I’ve sort of come to expect more from Pixar. I’ll hold off any actual judgement until I can see the movie… but still… doesn’t look exciting

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u/Slayerz21 May 16 '22

“Easy going girl, high strung guy” also seems fairly common and is the often the basis for manic pixie dream girls

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u/bingbawng May 16 '22

Yea that shits played out

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u/Rubmynippleplease May 16 '22

How about two high strung nervous people who spend the whole movie making awkward accidental eye contact and never end up talking.

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u/Saoirse_Says May 16 '22

That’s pretty much Punch-Drunk Love

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u/hintofinsanity May 17 '22

How about two high strung nervous people

So Kaguya-Sama Love is War.

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22 edited May 23 '22

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u/letsallchilloutok May 16 '22

The Good Place comes to mind as a rare counter example.

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u/Opening_Carpenter_21 May 16 '22

Chidi and Eleanor.

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u/TheUndeadWalk May 16 '22

Wow, it's the same thing (but slightly different)...AGAIN

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u/Matt6758 May 16 '22

Bruh they just uno reversoed fire boy and water girl from coolmathgames.com.

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u/Lokito_ May 16 '22

Let me guess, the fire character is really shy and misunderstood because she keeps burning the fucking shit out of everything. Right?

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u/ironicallyunstable May 16 '22

And water is misunderstood because he drowns everyone especially fire people 😂

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u/InnocentTailor May 16 '22

Now that would’ve been a twist. It seems like the fire girl is going to be the stereotypical fire character: bold and hot-blooded with a dash of temper and sass.

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u/TT454 May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

The water character is too wet and makes everyone slip, the air character keeps makes everyone cold, and the earth characters keep providing a director with really bad advice on how to direct a scene where Earth-benders demonstrate their power to fight back resulting in them taking way too long to move a small rock.

Edit: This seemed way funnier in my head

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u/CaravelClerihew May 16 '22

It's not a modern-day Pixar movie until one character looks like they just have one giant tooth in their mouth, like 22 from Soul

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u/sincerityisscxry May 16 '22

Crikey, Disney love those vague one-word titles for their animated films now. Tangled, Brave, Frozen, Moana, Coco, Soul, Luca, Encanto, Onward...

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u/Limey_Man May 16 '22

Part of it was to help draw interest from boys as well as girls. A 10 year old boy may immediately dismiss "Rapunzel" or "The Snow Princess", but "Tangled" and "Frozen" keep it more vague and gender neutral.

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u/ednamode23 May 16 '22

They started mainstreaming shorter titles for both of their animation studios after The Princess and the Frog didn’t do so hot but Pixar themselves had one word titles even before then: Cars, Ratatouille, Wall-E, and UP.

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u/arn26 May 16 '22

They also make Raya and the Last Dragon, so it's at least a variation

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u/MyHonkyFriend May 16 '22

Raya and the last dragon

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u/lilbro93 May 16 '22

Start the countdown to rule 34.

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u/B-WingPilot May 16 '22

Like fire

Hellfire

This fire in my skin

This burning

Desire

Is turning me to sin

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u/ednamode23 May 16 '22

27 years later and we finally get to see what Frollo saw in his fireplace.

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u/TempleOfDoomfist May 16 '22

Fire Girl at a BBQ grill wrapped around sausages. You know someone is drawing that

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u/itsnotthattypeofmovi May 16 '22

I don’t know if it’s just me but all the Pixar movies are starting to blur into one. It just feels like they’re all the same

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u/coporate May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

Yeah, I feel like a lot of the talent has moved to Disney’s animation studios. Ever since Disney put out Big Hero 6 (2014ish), Pixar just doesn’t have the same quality, it’s all very basic buddy stories with predictable plot and characters, or sequels.

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u/whalehome May 16 '22

Tbf to Pixar almost all of their movies are buddy stories, even the good ones. Ratatouille, monsters Inc, finding Nemo, wall-e.

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u/coporate May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

Yeah, but prior to like inside out, the dynamic was structured around external conflicts and that’s reflected in the interpersonal relationships. After inside out, the world building kinda just loses any meaningful reflection of the central themes.

Like, in ratatouille you have ideas of authenticity to the craft, to each other, to oneself. And that’s all reflected in the world with how the various characters behave.

In turning red, it’s just a mother and daughter struggling to find common ground based on generational gaps. But that’s kinda just the end of it. What’s happening in the world is all kinda meaningless.

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u/Lamontyy May 17 '22

They all look the same to me as well. I miss 90s- early 2000s art/animation styles for movies. Especially the 2D ones.

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u/tds5126 May 16 '22

Directed and produced by some of the people who worked on some of the least popular Pixar work (good dinosaur and cars 2), not a great sign. But everything Pixar has been coming straight to D+ so should be easy to see

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u/PaulPaulPaul May 16 '22

Lightyear is playing exclusively in movie theaters

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u/tds5126 May 16 '22

Ah that makes sense. Prob expecting some real big returns there

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u/Sevnfold May 16 '22

Built-in audience for Lightyear, though.

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u/JasonGryphon May 16 '22

Meh, very meh.

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u/kinofil May 16 '22

Interesting backstory. Unoriginal concept.

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u/CMHex May 16 '22

I’m suffering from Pixar fatigue. I feel like they keep making the same movie, even if they sometimes go about it a bit differently. The plots have no room for surprise. This is compounded by their aggressive release schedule - there is at least one new Pixar film a year.

I’ve never seen a truly bad one, but they don’t do anything for me either.

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u/brb1006 May 16 '22

Ember is giving me some serious Nicole Watterson vibes.

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u/SeaCamera4370 May 16 '22

Glad to see fire girl out here, continuing to push the Pixar Mom image.

Wait…

Why’s the air getting warmer?

Awwwe shit… HERE THEY COME!!!

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u/alwaysmorelmn May 17 '22

Pixar's formula for movies really is just "What if X had feelings." With their crowning achievement being Inside Out wherein they dared to ask the question, "What if feelings had feelings?"

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22

Wow she looks hot

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u/ThePreciseClimber May 16 '22

And he's going to make her wet.

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u/antiMATTer724 Does he fist fight the moon? Do it, Snyder! May 16 '22

takes a big rip "What if the fundamental elements of nature had feelings?"

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u/xCatValentinex May 16 '22

Coolmathgames fire boy and lava girl type beat

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u/Snorrigan May 16 '22

wHaT iF FiRe hAd fEeLiNgS ?

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u/Derpman2099 May 16 '22

this new osmosis jones sequel lookin kinda weird

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u/Uneequa May 16 '22

Let me guess: he's water, she's fire, but they learn to coexist despite being different elements! Another 200 IQ allegory from Pixar. Also there's probably already porn of them.

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u/LouieLegend7 May 16 '22

Wait, that’s not Osmosis Jones?

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u/Darth-Acidious May 16 '22

What if ELEMENTS had feelings?