G | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
A misfit ant, looking for "warriors" to save his colony from greedy grasshoppers, recruits a group of bugs that turn out to be an inept circus troupe.
Goran Visnjic, Richard E. Grant and Chazz Palminteri were considered the role of Hopper.
Worker Ant #1:
No, no, no, Oh, no. Oh, no.
Worker Ant #1: I'm lost! Where's the line? It just went away. What do I do?
Worker Ant #2: Help!
Worker Ant #3: We'll be stuck here forever!
Mr. Soil: Do not panic, do not panic. We are trained professionals. Now, stay calm. We are going around the leaf.
Worker Ant #1: Around the leaf? I-I-I ...
Mr. Soil: ...
The sun is sufficiently far away that moving the outline of the bird a few feet higher in the air wouldn't appreciably alter the size of the shadow it casts.
The film lists "production babies", which are the children born to the staff members of Pixar Animation Studios during the production of the project.
"A Bug's Life" was released theatrically in the widescreen aspect ratio of 2.39:1. The full-screen version, found on the VHS & DVD, was digitally re-rendered shot by shot, moving characters and objects closer together where necessary, to reframe and fit them into the 1.33:1 TV screen, According to Pixar more than half the movie was recomputed after changes in the camera's field of view or movement.
$291,121 22 November 1998