The essay "Pixar Animation Studio: History" talks about the hard road of a famous animation studio and their fascinating works.
“Toy Story” was the first full-length film by Pixar production produced in 1995. It was also their first successful film. It was done in two dimensions, which was the common mode of production at the time. They later released “A Bugs Life” in 1998 and released “Toy Story 2” in 1999. Both of these two films were commercially successful grossing a total of $245,852,179 and $363,398,565 respectively. In 2001 they produced “Monsters, Inc” which grossed $255,873,250. After one year, they produced “Finding Nemo” which generated a gross income of $339,714,978 making it the second highest earning motion picture in that year. The film “The Incredibles” was produced in the following year grossing a total of $261,441,092. Subsequently, Pixar productions produced “Cars” which brought in a gross income of $244,082,982.
In 2007, they produced “Ratatouille”, an animated comedy which grossed a total of$206,445,654. They produced “Wall-e” in 2008 which grossed a total of $223,808,164. The following year Pixar grossed an income of $293,004,164 from the animated film “Up”. The third film of the sequence “Toy Story” was produced in 2010. It became the film that earned the highest gross income with a record $415,004,880. In 2011 Pixar productions released the film “Cars 2” which grossed a total income of $191,452,396.