Ever since Toy Story marked a new era for animated movies in 1995, we’ve had a friend in Pixar. Now the animation studio behind Wall-E and Cars starts a new chapter with a host of original stories on streaming service Disney Plus, which launched Nov. 12.Alongside the Marvel and Star Wars stuff coming to Disney Plus, Pixar has created a number of mini-movies called Spark Shorts, and a couple of episodic TV shows including Pixar in Real Life and Forky Asks a Question. You can watch the first shorts and episodes now on Disney Plus — which is exactly what we did to see if they’re as heartwarming as the much-loved movies.To infinity… and beyond!Sign up for Disney PlusPixar helps you learnEvery Pixar movie gently teaches us a valuable life lesson, whether it’s the importance of family in Coco, understanding and accepting your emotions in Inside Out or to “just keep swimming” in Finding Nemo.But in the new Disney Plus original series Forky Asks a Question, Pixar’s lessons are a lot less abstract and a lot more practical. “What’s everything about? I don’t know — I was made from trash like two days ago,” says Forky. “I’ve got a lot of questions, believe… Read full this story
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