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Pixar reveals more Merida in arrow-slinging “Brave” clip


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Bow and arrows are going to be big this year. I can just see all of the archery sets sitting under the Christmas trees in December after Jennifer Lawrence’s “Hunger Games” heroine and now Pixar’s “Brave” star unleash their talents in movies coming out this year.

“Brave” centers on Merida, a red-haired Scottish warrior who’s brimming with confidence and absolute talent. The studio has done a decent job teasing their upcoming feature, including this full clip posted online this morning. We have it for you here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BWfQoQSDbo

I’ve already forgotten “Cars 2.” And that’s a great thing. Granted, it’s very early, and there’s no telling if the rest of “Brave” will work. The film had some ups and down in pre-production, though that’s not abnormal.

Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman receive co-direction credits on “Brave,” which reaches theaters on June 22, which has become Pixar’s slot of choice over the last couple of years.

What do you think of this clip, and of “Brave,” as a whole?

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