'Up' And Away With Pixar's Pete Docter The latest from the Monsters, Inc. director is an adventure story featuring a grouchy old man, a chubby boy, a 13-foot-tall flightless bird and a house set aloft by balloons.
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'Up' And Away With Pixar's Pete Docter

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'Up' And Away With Pixar's Pete Docter

'Up' And Away With Pixar's Pete Docter

'Up' And Away With Pixar's Pete Docter

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Script Docter: Writer-director Pete Docter co-wrote Pixar's new movie Up and earned a story credit on 2008's enormously successful Wall-E. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Script Docter: Writer-director Pete Docter co-wrote Pixar's new movie Up and earned a story credit on 2008's enormously successful Wall-E.

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Unlikely Allies: Eight-year-old Russell, septuagenarian Carl and 13-foot-tall Kevin find themselves exploring a South American jungle together in Up-- despite Kevin's tendency to swallow Carl's walker. Disney/Pixar hide caption

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Unlikely Allies: Eight-year-old Russell, septuagenarian Carl and 13-foot-tall Kevin find themselves exploring a South American jungle together in Up-- despite Kevin's tendency to swallow Carl's walker.

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