BRENTWOOD, CA - APRIL 11: COO of Pixar/Walt Disney Animation Studios John Lasseter (L) and VP/Producer of Walt Disney Imagineering Kathy Magnum attend the Producers Guild of America Digital VIP Gala held at a private residence on April 11, 2013 in Brentwood, California.
We were all impressed by her voice in the story room ... It's very important to have this real open, creative room for each movie, where the story team and directors and writers and everybody can discuss and be honest with each other. Her voice in this room was so strong on structure, character development, but very open too. We wanted that strong female voice.
I always felt every vehicle in the world of Cars is a character, and I love the idea of airplanes because you get off the ground and can take people places they have never seen. There's so much potential.More quotes »
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