Bill Taylor’s take on Pixar’s outstanding track record.
The arrival of summer means trips to the beach, fireworks and parades—and another boffo performance by the creative geniuses at Pixar. The studio’s just-released summer movie, Wall-E, has generated rapturous reviews, record-setting ticket sales, and loads of cultural commentary.
More than anything, though, Wall-E has generated amazement from Hollywood observers at Pixar’s capacity to generate hit after hit in the fickle world of big-budget filmmaking. Wall-E is the studio’s ninth consecutive number-one movie since the release of Toy Story in 1995, an unparalleled record of creative and commercial success.— Harvard Business | Read The Full Article