John Lasseter, the Pixar co-founder who quit the company following numerous allegtions of sexually inappropriate behaviour, was grilled by employees at his new company, according to reports.
A backlash is brewing following news that former Pixar head John Lasseter has been given a new job, heading indie studio Skydance’s animation arm. Lasseter, who directed Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and produced movies like Frozen and Finding Dory, took an extended sabbatical from Pixar last year, following multiple accusations of sexually improper behaviour over his long tenure at the award-winning animation house. Lasseter officially left Disney on 31 December, 2018 after serving briefly in a reduced role as consultant.
BBC One's Christmas Day and New Year's Day schedules are out, providing the televisual accompaniment to your festivities.
Incredibles 2 has retained the top spot in this week's Official Film Chart despite strong challenges from the digital releases of 'Mission: Impossible 6' & 'Hotel Transylvania 3'.
In a new interview, the star who voices of Sheriff Woody says he couldn't even look at filmmakers as he recorded the franchise finale.