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    Author: JESSICA WOLF
    Posted: October 31, 2006

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    Lasseter, now chief creative officer for Pixar and principal creative advisor for Walt Disney Imagineering, talked about his passion for cars, for his family and for animated storytelling last week at the Pixar offices in the San Francisco industrial suburb Emeryville.

    He also discussed the impetus for CarsCarsCarsCarsCarsCarsCars Web site has loads of tidbits for fans and he hopes that between the DVD and the Internet they will be able to continue to enjoy the Cars world.

    What was important for the DVD was adding a little something that was faithful to the film and to the director, said Roger Gould, DVD creative director, and Sara Maher, DVD production manager.

    There is a DVD production team on hand from the inception of a film, documenting the process every step of the way, Maher said.

    Pixar animators and designers welcome the competition that has exploded since Toy Story hit the scene a decade ago.

    It raises the bar, said Tia Kratter, art director for Cars
    Growing older is manditory
    Growing up is however, optional

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