The Oscars love Pixar’s brand of animated movies just as much as the rest of the world. (After all, “The Good Dinosaur” just became Pixar’s 16th consecutive film to cross the $100 million mark.) But do you know which movies were embraced by the academy and which were cruelly snubbed? Click the photo above to start scrolling through our photo gallery.
Pixar has been a dominant force in Hollywood since the original “Toy Story” bowed in 1995. Since then the studio has released 15 more features, including two current Oscar contenders for Best Animated Feature: “Inside Out” and “The Good Dinosaur.”
The first three Pixar flicks (“Toy Story,” “A Bug’s Life” and “Toy Story 2”) were released before the Oscars introduced the Best Animated Feature category in 2001. Even though they didn’t have the luxury of earning that bid, this trio still netted a total of six Oscar nominations, with one win.
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