Fact or Fiction: The Complete Pixar Filmography
No one was expecting Toy Story (1995), Pixar Animation Studios’ first feature computer-animated film, to become the highest-grossing film in 1995 and third-highest animated film ever at the time. But its success changed the world of feature films, and Pixar Animation Studios was able to become the world leader in computer-animated films.
They would release hits like Monsters, Inc., A Bug’s Life, Finding Nemo, Cars, The Incredibles, Wall-E, Up, Inside Out, Coco, Onward, and Soul. They’ve also released lots of sequels to their big hits, including Toy Story 2 and Monsters University. The list of Pixar films is also stacked with Academy Award winners too. They’ve won 23 awards in total.
Pixar began with a short film called The Adventures of Andre & Wally B. (1984), and it’s now the world’s largest computer-animated company with a value of $7.4 billion and nearly 1,300 employees. They have also become synonymous with creating heartwarming stories that you can’t help but watch and relate to. If you’re a true Pixar film fan then you should be able to tell the difference between fact and fiction in their movies, right?
The Pixar filmography includes over 24 films. Since Pixar released its first film, Toy Story, in 1995, they've won 23 Academy Awards and earned almost $15 billion worldwide at the box office.
The characters of these films are the reason for all the success of Pixar. Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Flik, Nemo, Lightning McQueen, Mike Wazowski, Carl Fredricksen, Miguel, and Luca are all reasons people keep going to the cinema to see these movies. Even their short films are now available to watch thanks to online streaming.