They are responsible for beloved franchises like Toy Story, Monsters, Inc.
, and The Incredibles, as well as standalone hits like Up, Inside Out, and Coco. Thanks to the animation process, Pixar is usually working on these films several years before they are officially announced. The development, pre-production, and production processes can dramatically change what one of these movies will look like, while post-production could leave finishes scenes on the cutting room floor.
Check out the latest Screen Rant video at the top of this post for a whole list of Pixar (and Disney Animation) scenes, as we will highlight two of them below.
The scene would have come as a bit of a shock and was likely viewed as being too violent for The Incredibles to include, even though Bob only faked cutting off his fingers.
The sequence happened when Lightning was lost and would be horrified with what he saw, broken down cars dead with plants and trees growing out of them. Making matters only worse for Lightning, he would get covered in parts of a decayed car as he tried to get out of the graveyard.
Not only would the imagery of this scene likely have been too much for some kids to handle, but it also might have been too morbid for the Cars franchise to deal with. Next: Every Pixar Movie Ranked From Worst to BestSuperman Original Role in Zack Snyder Justice League cut Explained