Pixar's Pete Docter Plays 'Not My Job' Pete Docter, a director, writer and animator for Pixar, plays a game called: "Yes, we're building the world's tallest building on sand ... What could possibly go wrong?" Three questions about Dubai.
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Pixar's Pete Docter Plays 'Not My Job'

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Pixar's Pete Docter Plays 'Not My Job'

Pixar's Pete Docter Plays 'Not My Job'

Pixar's Pete Docter Plays 'Not My Job'

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Pete Docter

Yes, our children are obese from soda, and when they grow up there will be no jobs, and the planet will be a sauna. But they still have it better than we did: they live in the Golden Age of animation — thanks to Pixar films. Pete Docter, a writer, animator and director for Pixar, has worked on Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., WALL-E and Up.

We're asking Pete to play a game called: "Yes, we're building the world's tallest building on sand ... What could possibly go wrong?" Three questions about Dubai.