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Full Length Trailer For Pixar's Brave HERE!

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This looks incredible. Like a Mulan for a new generation! We dig it!

Pixar latest flick will be a great one for mothers to take their daughters to, with the film centered on a red-haired heroine with some killer curls and killer instincts.

Check out the full-length trailer (above) for Brave, coming next year!

We're totes excited for this one! Are U???

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8 comments to “Full Length Trailer For Pixar's Brave HERE!”



  1. 1

    way too many gingers for my taste…

    lol jk looks really cute =)



  2. 2

    hmmm…the characters look like from How to Train Your Dragon. Not impressed with the trailer.



  3. 3

    very thick accent lol



  4. 4

    I'm really excited for this. Cars 2 was…well…yeah, so I've got high expectations that Pixar will turn be able to turn it around with Brave!



  5. 5

    The ones with the real Scottish voices sound good. But fake Scottish just sounds pathetic really. Could they not audition for an entire cast of local Scots? Craig F. sounds great.



  6. 6

    It does remind me a lot of How To Train Your Dragon. The textures look beautiful… not crazy about the character design though… their features look a little too over exaggerated. Almost too goofy.

    I am super happy with all of the hero female roles coming in out cartoons and young adult stuff. I hope it eclipses stupid Bella Swan… see what I did there.



  7. 7

    i dont get it… eh whatever… ill probably watch it on tv.



  8. 8

    Perez, for someone who preaches, well, about EVERYTHING ALL THE FUCKING TIME, sometimes you miss your own ignorance. Perhaps you could kill the "this film is for girls and their mothers" vibe. How about it's good for girls and boys even though it's about a girl? Would it have killed you to write something like that?