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 What Pixar movies would make good live-action movies? (Choose all that apply) 20  votes

 Toy Story 1 vote
5%
 A Bug's Life 0 votes
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 Toy Story 2 1 vote
5%
 Monsters, Inc. 1 vote
5%
 Finding Nemo 0 votes
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 The Incredibles 3 votes
15%
 Cars 1 vote
5%
 Ratatouille 1 vote
5%
 WALL•E 1 vote
5%
 Up 1 vote
5%
 Toy Story 3 1 vote
5%
 Cars 2 1 vote
5%
 Brave 4 votes
20%
 Monsters University 1 vote
5%
 Inside Out 1 vote
5%
 The Good Dinosaur 0 votes
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 Finding Dory 0 votes
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 Cars 3 0 votes
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 None 2 votes
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Recently, Disney has been remaking animated Disney films into live-action. If they did the same to Pixar (or if Pixar did this themselves), which ones do you think would be good in live-action?
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ReptilePatrol
I can't imagine Pixar moving into live-action remakes of their own work, and if Disney ever did that, it would, in my opinion, be a gross violation of the agreement that governs their relationship, a serious infringement on Pixar's creative independence, and an abomination on the level of the Circle 7 Animation fiasco.

And on Circle 7, John Lasseter said that felt like Disney was molesting his kids (Pixar's films and characters). Not a too extreme comparison, given that Disney, in defiance of Pixar's protests, tried to make their own Monsters, Inc. 2, Finding Nemo 2 and Toy Story 3 back in the early 2000s when Pixar refused to make those sequels. If Disney were ever to try that again with Pixar, I can only imagine it would be after Pixar itself has floundered and died.

I wouldn't mind Pixar maybe redoing Cars 2 though. I wonder how much of Cars 3 will be spend addressing the flaws and mistakes in the second sequel?
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Pixar Post - T.J.
Agreed, that I think that it shouldn't be done. One thing that I started thinking about was how Pixar films already look so true-to-life that it wouldn't make sense. If course, there are movies which could be remade, but boy would I really hate to see a live-action Buzz - it would just look like a guy in a costume and there's no reason to do something like that since they're toys to begin with. 

If it were to work for a movie, I'd have to lean towards Ratatouille over any of the others - although Brave could work. But, part of the charm of Ratatouille is Remy's cuteness and there's no way they could make him look good in my opinion (because they'd probably try and make Remy look ultra-real or something silly like that).

Also - just to comment on ReptilePatrol's comment on Cars 2. From what we're seeing, not a lot of time will be spent on talking about Cars 2 at all. They're going to focus on the new story and not looking back - which makes the most sense for the story rather than going on the defensive (in a way).
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ReptilePatrol
I can see Brave working I guess, or possibly Up. Many of Pixar's films take advantage of the malleability of animation, so they're relatively harder to translate over to live-action than older WDAS fare. Though I'm mainly against the idea because of its infringement on Pixar's creative autonomy.

Re Cars 3: although I don't expect them to directly or explicitly address the flaws of Cars 2, the premise of returning to the more emotional and down-to-Earth style of Cars (correct me if I'm wrong, but either Lasseter or Fee explicitly mentioned the original Cars, right?) shows that Pixar recognized how the direction of Cars 2 didn't work. So even if they don't explicitly address the flaws in Cars 2, the return to a more Cars style film implies that they have indeed taken taken the criticism of Cars 2 into consideration.

I guess a more precise question is, to what degree will Cars 3 swing back into the direction of Cars (after that wild detour with Cars 2)? And I wonder how else the critically mixed reception for Cars 2 will impact creative decisions on Cars 3? Especially since it's Pixar's first and only sequel to follow up on a film that received a mixed reception — Toy Story 2, 3 & 4, Monsters University, Finding Dory, The Incredibles 2 and even Cars 2 all follow generally very well received films, and I felt the general expectations were rather different.
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mac95
I don't think this is a good idea for the reasons others have already said, but it is interesting to consider what films would be picked and why.

The Incredibles is the obvious choice. Visually, it would work in the live-action genre, as the film never gets too fantastical to the point where it would take you out of the movie. The weirdest thing in the film is the Omnidroid, but with all the superhero movies nowadays, something like that wouldn't be any big deal.
The original film is already beloved among kids and adults pretty evenly, if anything adults like it more. So live-action would only elevate that.

Brave is a clear pick because it is a fairy tale. And imagine the environments, already gorgeous and jaw-dropping, adapted to live-action! It would have to be a while before they made it, though. The film is still relatively new.

I'm surprised that I am saying Up. If Disney gave it a smaller budget and perhaps cut put the talking dogs, it could be a really deep film about discovery and coping with loss. They would give it a budget the size of the sun, but it would be interesting. The film could be up for Oscar awards. Think of the evocative scenery. Also, Kevin is done like the creatures in The Jungle Book.
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Pixar Post - T.J. wrote:
They're going to focus on the new story and not looking back - which makes the most sense for the story rather than going on the defensive (in a way).


I never look back, darling.  It distracts from the now.

-Edna Mode
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