Pete Doctor says Carl Fredricksen's house in the movie was inspired by a Bay Area home. Is this it?
It was just one of dozens of Easter eggs featured in the film.
If you saw the movie, we hope you'll be able to stop crying for long enough to check out some awesome production art by Pixar illustrator Lou Romano.
It's already earned spotless raves from both trades, Roger Ebert, and Richard Corliss.
There's only one possible reason why this film didn't earn a G rating.
"The worries keep coming despite Pixar's track record," says some blowhard from an investment bank, "because each film it delivers seems to be less commercial than the last."
How much money will this summer's blockbusters make? And how will they fare against last year's record-breaking hits?
After movies about cars, rats, and waste-disposal robots, we suppose it's nice to see one about an adorable puppy for once.
What wisdom do we hope this year's nominees, snubbed hopefuls, and breakout stars take away from one of the most exciting awards races in recent memory?
What to do, what to do?
Not that the Academy will notice, but according to Rotten Tomatoes, Pixar's masterpiece was last year's most critically beloved movie in wide release.
It's no secret that the elderly members of the Academy like to honor movies that remind them of their youths in medieval times.
Stanton dispels the old myth about actors hating animation.
One member of the National Society of Film Critics sure thinks so!
When we called for a Best Picture nod for Pixar's masterpiece last summer, Wells laughed at us — but he's changed his mind!
Why is doubt continually cast on the robot's chances?