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New Up Pictures Online
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28 May 2009  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Buzz et Cie

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French site Buzz et Cie has landed their mitts on some new pictures from Disney-Pixar's Up, which give you a little more impression of the film.

The pictures include a couple of shots from the film's opening section, chronicling Carl Fredricksen's (Jeremy Leary as a child, then Edward Asner) 70-year relationship with his wife Ellie (Elie Docter). They're the couple you see in the top picture (with the glasses and flying cap) and in the fourth over the mailbox.

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Click the image for the full gallery on buzz-et-cie.blogspot.com

You can also see Fredricksen with his stowaway Russell (Jordan Nagai) in the second picture, and the third shows Pixar stalwart John Ratzenberger's character, a building foreman called Tom. The fifth shows scary super-dog Alpha (Bob Peterson), followed by an aerial shot of the South American plateau where most of the adventure takes place and a shot of Fredricksen matching up location and destination as he and his floating house land in the jungle.

The (almost unspeakably ace) Up is out on October 16 here in the UK, so it might be worth flying to the US, where it's out tomorrow.


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Your Comments

October in the UK??
And me thinking the release date here in Portugal was ridiculous (August 13). Ok, it's still ridiculous, but 5 months?? Geez, I don't understand it... More

Posted by anascreen29 at 16:30 on 29 May 2009 | Report This Post

Groovy
Just give them the Oscar now... But yeah, fuck you Disney! What a smelly corn-hole of a release schedule. More

Posted by jimoakley666 at 11:58 on 29 May 2009 | Report This Post

That is an absolutely ridiculous release gap, it's practically going to be out on DVD and Blu Ray in America by the time it's released in the cinemas everywhere else! I've never understood the point in delaying the release of US movies overseas, surely it just gives any hype around a movie to die down and for people to forget about it, not to mention the resentment factor. How is this a good business strategy? Seriously, I'd be grateful if someone could explain the reasoning behind these delays, More

Posted by Anduril666 at 10:12 on 29 May 2009 | Report This Post

Stupid Disney
5 months is rediculous... i mean im in Australia and haven't yet checked the release date for Aus but C'mon! 5 months after it has been released in the US... im sorry but this movie will be available to DL prob 2 months before it even comes out in the UK so they are only screwing themselves over... Note: i do not condone Piracy or Theft. More

Posted by beamo at 03:31 on 29 May 2009 | Report This Post

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October s really too far away, makes you wonder if Disney openly wants this film to be pirated. I mean, by the time we get it in our cinemas it'll be available on DVD from the US... More

Posted by Kmadden2004 at 00:11 on 29 May 2009 | Report This Post

This film looks at once beautiful, brilliant and touching. I've never looked forward to a PIXAR film as much. It ticks all of the boxes of things I look for in a film. October is a long way away but I know it'll be worth it. More

Posted by Alistair at 23:21 on 28 May 2009 | Report This Post

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I cant believe we have to wait untill October. Why are they doing this to us? More

Posted by Yippekaiaye at 22:39 on 28 May 2009 | Report This Post

I have a sneaky suspicion this film might make me cry. a lot. More

Posted by vhari at 19:40 on 28 May 2009 | Report This Post

Oh you're not. I'm miffed, but the fact that it's Pixar, and that critics are already very happy means I'm actually ok with the wait. More

Posted by crazymoviesdude at 19:02 on 28 May 2009 | Report This Post

Damn You Disney!!!!
I'm sure I'm not alone in being so utterly annoyed (and, it has to be said, a teensy bit upset) over Disney's decision to wait five months for the UK release... right? More

Posted by Kmadden2004 at 17:51 on 28 May 2009 | Report This Post

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