Finally, a family movie about failure. Only Pixar could have pulled it off, and thus, only Pixar has with Monsters University, a hilarious new college comedy about teenaged monster Mike Wazowski's dreams of becoming a "scarer" by attending the title academy. Monsters University is Pixar's first prequel, so if you've seen 2001's Monsters Inc., you already know that doesn't happen. It's a great message about perseverance through hard times, and William Bibbiani from The B-Movies Podcast talks about it with director Dan Scanlon, producer Kori Rae, and leading man Billy Crystal, who shares a story about one of his biggest career failures in this CraveOnline Exclusive Video.
Billy Crystal is not alone in Monsters University however, so Bibbs also interviews his co-stars Nathan Fillion ("Castle") and Charlie Day ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") about their college experiences, favorite Pixar films, and the jerkward inside us all.
Plus: Bibbs quizzes Charlie Day on his scare faces. Jazz Clown, anyone?