Pixar

Pixar

@Pixar

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The official Twitter for Pixar.

Emeryville, CA
Joined on May 28, 2009
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @Pixar and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
14 hours
Average replies
13
Average retweets
99
Average likes
807
Tweets with photos
37 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. globally and in category Film & Music Industry

3. in category Film & Music Industry

3. globally and in category Entertainment

11. in category Entertainment

32. globally

294. worldwide

Pixar
6 days ago
“Greg, it hurts to see you move so far away. But I want you to know, we’ll always be here for you. And I know someday you’ll find someone who loves you as much as we do. I just hope that whoever it is, that, well, that he makes you happy.” #PrideMonth https://t.co/JfUHrVPdhE

“Greg, it hurts to see you move so far away. But I want you to know, we’ll always be here for you. And I know someday you’ll find someone who loves you as much as we do. I just hope that whoever it is, that, well, that he makes you happy.” #PrideMonth https://t.co/JfUHrVPdhE

Pixar
7 days ago

Pride is also a reminder that we should be extending that love and appreciation for everyone else’s journey every single day.” - Jesus Martinez, Producer on Wind

Pixar
7 days ago

I am a proud gay Mexican American cisgender man from the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago and I draw strength and inspiration from all of those parts.

Pixar
7 days ago

stifled our own personal growth and evolution. Pride is a celebration that we are worthy of the space to discover and embrace the many identities that make up who we are and to love whoever it is that we love.

Pixar
7 days ago
“To me Pride is about living your life truthfully while giving love, respect, and acceptance to everyone. So many of us in the LGBTQ+ community grew up with the fear of letting people see our most authentic selves in order to avoid experiencing discrimination that we often https://t.co/LHb778oQJ4

“To me Pride is about living your life truthfully while giving love, respect, and acceptance to everyone. So many of us in the LGBTQ+ community grew up with the fear of letting people see our most authentic selves in order to avoid experiencing discrimination that we often https://t.co/LHb778oQJ4

Pixar
8 days ago

ICYMI: Check out the #PixarSoul panel from @EssenceFest, featuring a conversation with the team behind the film. https://t.co/nKeg7YZ15X

Pixar
8 days ago

Every Pride since has been a celebration of the things that make us different - the things that make each of us unique, interesting, fabulous, and truly ourselves.” - Danielle Feinberg, Supervising Technical Director #PrideMonth

Pixar
8 days ago

When I got to San Francisco after college, I spent a weekend at Pride events, surrounded by every part of the spectrum of LGBTQ+, laughing, celebrating, and being cheered on by all. That Pride was when I finally felt like I could let down my guard and truly be me.

Pixar
8 days ago
“My first Pride was one of the seminal moments in my life. Growing up in some solid denial, I headed off to college and finally realized that when I thought "she's so cool!" that really meant "I have a GIANT crush on her!" https://t.co/csRujSqWYw

“My first Pride was one of the seminal moments in my life. Growing up in some solid denial, I headed off to college and finally realized that when I thought "she's so cool!" that really meant "I have a GIANT crush on her!" https://t.co/csRujSqWYw

Pixar
9 days ago

We are not going anywhere.” - Steven Clay Hunter, director of the #SparkShort, OUT #PrideMonth

Pixar
9 days ago

Many of us continue to lead our lives while keeping our true selves hidden from the world around us. Pride is the moment of the year where we can say to them that it will be okay. And that if you’re not ready now, we’ll be here when you are.

Pixar
9 days ago
“My name is Steven Clay Hunter and I’m an animator at Pixar and director of the #SparkShort, OUT. 

Pride to me means sharing all of who you are inside with those you love, and a moment to remember the ones who haven’t had it so lucky. https://t.co/M0sZP8x2cH

“My name is Steven Clay Hunter and I’m an animator at Pixar and director of the #SparkShort, OUT. Pride to me means sharing all of who you are inside with those you love, and a moment to remember the ones who haven’t had it so lucky. https://t.co/M0sZP8x2cH

Pixar
10 days ago

Pride reminds us to keep reaching to celebrate each other in all our glorious difference.” - Tricia Andres, Recruiter, Talent Acquisition #PrideMonth

Pixar
10 days ago

To be unafraid of our true selves and to trust that our world is more vibrant and luminous with us in it. Pride is also feeling connected - community in all forms.

Pixar
10 days ago
“Pride is an ever-evolving journey and unfolding; one that involves being open to new beginnings as we grow and learn more about ourselves as time passes. To me, it is the opportunity and time to be openly loving, expressive, honest and vulnerable. https://t.co/TckfZiFQYv

“Pride is an ever-evolving journey and unfolding; one that involves being open to new beginnings as we grow and learn more about ourselves as time passes. To me, it is the opportunity and time to be openly loving, expressive, honest and vulnerable. https://t.co/TckfZiFQYv

Pixar
10 days ago
TOMORROW: Tune-in to “Finding Soul” a conversation with the team behind #PixarSoul at @essencefest. RSVP now & watch it live here: https://t.co/pPLLp5xa4j https://t.co/ScrQg0MUAi

TOMORROW: Tune-in to “Finding Soul” a conversation with the team behind #PixarSoul at @essencefest. RSVP now & watch it live here: https://t.co/pPLLp5xa4j https://t.co/ScrQg0MUAi

Pixar
11 days ago
Love is love. Out is now streaming on Disney+. #PrideMonth https://t.co/7bsb2hBKQE

Love is love. Out is now streaming on Disney+. #PrideMonth https://t.co/7bsb2hBKQE

Pixar
17 days ago

WE ARE grateful for their sacrifices and WE ARE the chosen ones to carry on their legacy. #WeAre #blm”

Pixar
17 days ago

Juneteenth, that glorious day in 1865 when Black Americans were finally liberated in Galveston, Texas, even though the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed two and a half years prior.

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