[116] The organization also awarded the film with the EWP Visionary Award for its progressive casting of an Asian-American lead.


Ellie eventually forgot about the promise as her and Carl's marriage continued to flourish blissfully into old age. Oct 10, 2020 - Explore Coon Dog's board "Carl fredricksen" on Pinterest. San Francisco Chronicle editor Mick LaSalle praised Asner as a great choice due to having a grumpiness to his voice that is not truly grumpy, but rather coming from a protective stance.

[109] Up Up also won Best Original Score and Best Animated Feature Film at the 67th Golden Globe Awards. Charles Muntz, spending time with Carl, adventure, her adventure book, Carl Ellie Fredricksen, Ellie

To travel to Paradise Falls and make a Muntz fan club there [126] Jordan Nagai was awarded the Breakout Performance Award at the 44th East West Players 44th Anniversary Visionary Awards and Silent Auction for his role as Russell by the East West Players. | Construction Foreman Tom, Locations: Carl's House | Paradise Falls | Shady Oaks Retirement Village | Spirit of Adventure | South America. Unebeknownst to her husband, Ellie had added photos of their happy life together in the adventure book and a final message saying, "Thanks for the adventure - now go have a new one!" First Look at 12 Big Movies Coming In 2009", "Nominees & Winners for the 82nd Academy Awards", "Golden Globes 2010 winners: 'Avatar' wins best picture, drama", "Up at Disney's El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood w/ New Stage Show", "Aflac Announces New Integrated Marketing Campaign", "Aflac's Partnership with Up: NASCAR/TV Commercial", "Up Two For One: Blimp Goes Up + New Up Still", "Pixar grants girl's dying wish to see 'Up, "Up Comes Home; Monsters, Inc. Gets Blu-ray Upgrade", "Cool Stuff: Pixar's Up Luxo Jr. Limited Edition Collector's Set", "Want to rent 'Up?'

Beauty and the Beast and Toy Story 3 were also nominated for Best Picture in their respective years.

This page was last edited on 9 November 2020, at 05:20. [110] Reelviews editor James Berardinelli praised their relationship, stating that it brought a tear to his eye in a way no animated film has done, including anything by famed anime director Hayao Miyazaki. Zookeeper (formerly), Carl's wife ... "[100] Variety enthused that "Up is an exceptionally refined picture; unlike so many animated films, it's not all about sensory bombardment and volume ... Unsurprisingly, no one puts a foot wrong here.

[83] The opening-weekend audience was 53% female and 47% under 17 years old. [102], The character of Carl Fredricksen has received mostly positive reception. In Toy Story 3, a signature of Carl and Ellie Fredricksen was seen on a postcard in Andy's room. [108] He has also been compared to Walter Matthau, another inspiration for the character's design, by LA Weekly editor Scott Foundas, suggesting that actor Ed Asner was channeling him while performing the role of Carl.


If she was still alive, she would have been 77 years old. Years later, Ellie and Carl (as young adults) married each other and decided to turn her old clubhouse into their new home, then became employees of the local zoo (a zookeeper and a balloon salesman respectively).

Voice Carl Fredricksen [104] He has been compared with Spencer Tracy, an influence on the character, by The Washington Post editor Ann Hornaday[105] and Empire Online editor Ian Freer, who describes him as similar to a "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner-era" Tracy. Alignment Ellie Fredricksen was the childhood friend and later wife of Carl Fredricksen from the Award-winning Pixar movie, Up.. All her life, she dreamed of adventure and she always wanted to go to Paradise Falls.

Upisode Two: First Aid – in the second episode, Russell tries to relieve a minor injury that Carl received. Plus a McCameo!

"[94] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 88 out of 100 based on 37 critics, indicating "universal acclaim". Other names

Feature films Ellie Fredricksen

Ellie was one year younger than her husband. [116] EWP lauded Pixar for the creation of the character, stating, "We are proud to honor a very progressive film company like Pixar who cast an Asian-American character alongside an elderly one to play the leads in a feature film.

Her funeral was held in the same church where she and Carl had their wedding.

Heroes and villians Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Before passing away, she gave Carl her old Adventure Book, but she was unable to tell him of its true meaning (possibly due to infirmity). Fate Upisode Three: Snipe Trap – in the third and final episode, Russell attempts to capture the elusive snipe. "[105] Chicago Tribune editor Michael Phillips praised the scene, describing it as an emotional and cinematic powerhouse, and that he also was nearly moved to tears. [111] Ann Hornaday praised the prologue, describing it as "worthy of Chaplin in its heartbreaking poignancy.

[69], The rental release of the film to Netflix, Blockbuster, and Redbox was controversial since it failed to include closed captioning. Upisode One: Animal Calls – in the first episode, Russell demonstrates his ability to mimic animal calls. Ellie has full speaking lines during her childhood years, but has no dialogue in her depicted adult years.

[112], Edward Asner was praised in several media outlets for his portrayal of Carl. U.S.A. No closed captions for you! [70] Disney faced a consumer backlash over this[71] and quickly released a statement that this removal was an unfortunate error and that it was moving to correct the issue. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Then one day while out on another picnic with her husband (who was planning to surprise her with the plane tickets he had bought), she collapsed from illness and became hospitalized. Vocal performances ... exude a warm enthusiasm, and tech specifications could not be better. [122] It was nominated for nine Annie Awards in eight categories, winning two awards for "Best Animated Feature" and "Best Directing in a Feature Production".

Likes [113] Entertainment Weekly editor Lisa Schwarzbaum praised Asner's acting, stating that he has a "Lou Grant authority" to his voice.

Friendly, adventurous, caring, loving, brave, devoted, tomboyish, To travel to Paradise Falls and make a Muntz fan club there, Charles Muntz, spending time with Carl, adventure, her adventure book, Carl, Not being with Carl, having her dream delayed or canceled, "You know, you don't talk very much...I like you!". Ellie eventually forgot about the promise as her and Carl's marriage continued to flourish blissfully into old age. Up earned $293 million in the United States and Canada and $442.1 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $735.1 million. Character information Not being with Carl, having her dream delayed or canceled "You know, you don't talk very much...I like you!"

In her youth (age 8), Ellie met Carl (who was 9) and they instantly became best friends; she passionately shared with him her dreams of travelling to South America, along with her desire to move her clubhouse, an abandoned house in the neighborhood to a cliff overlooking Paradise Falls, making Carl promise to help her; a moment that left a deep and lasting impression on him. "[99] Although the San Francisco Chronicle noted that the film "contains many boring stretches of mindless freneticism and bland character interaction," it also declared that there are scenes in Up of "such beauty, economy and poetic wisdom that they belong in any anthology of great movie moments ... to watch Up with any attention is to be moved and astonished by the economy with which specific visuals are invested with emotion throughout [the film].

Alas, Ellie learned that she was infertile and could not have children; the tragedy broke her heart. In the United States and Canada, Up is the 59th-highest-grossing film before inflation, the tenth-highest-grossing Disney film,[77] the seventh-highest-grossing 3-D film,[78] the sixth-highest-grossing animated film,[79] the fifth-highest-grossing film of 2009,[80] and the fourth-highest-grossing Pixar film.

Bill Capodagli, author of Innovate the Pixar Way, praised Carl for his ability to be a jerk and likable at the same time. | Sound and Vision Magazine", "Dear Disney & Pixar: Closed Captioning and Audio Descriptions are not "special features, "Disney Claims "Up" DVD Missing Captions Were A Mistake", https://www.amazon.com/UP-Blu-ray-Ed-Asner/dp/B082PRDW21/ref=tmm_frk_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1587692043&sr=8-1, "Buena Vista All Time Box Office Results", "Yup, 'Up': Pixar's Latest Release Lifts Disney", "Weekend Report: 'Avatar' Soars in Debut", "Weekend Report: 'Up' Lifts Pixar to Tenth Smash", "Weekend Estimates: Up Conquers Impressive Hangover", "2009 Overseas Total Yearly Box Office Results", "Overseas Total Box Office Index for 2009", "Up (2009) - International Box Office Results - Box Office Mojo", "2009 Australia Yearly Box Office Results", "2009 South Korea Yearly Box Office Results", "Cannes #1: Up, up and away, in my beautiful, my beautiful balloon", "Forget the goofy glasses. Ellie has her own musical theme composed by Michael Giacchino that's first heard when she and Carl meet as children and plays several times throughout Up after her death, particularly when Carl gets the house up in the air with the balloons and during the climactic battle between Carl and Muntz as it plays against Muntz's theme.

Ellie Fredricksen was the childhood friend and later wife of Carl Fredricksen from the Award-winning Pixar movie, Up. Mickie McGowan as Edith: A police officer who brings Carl home after his court appointment. [121] It is the second of three animated features to have been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

"[97][98] The Hollywood Reporter lauded the film as "Winsome, touching and arguably the funniest Pixar effort ever, this gorgeously rendered, high-flying adventure is a tidy 90-minute distillation of all the signature touches that came before it.

While also describing the scene of the two of them aging as a "masterpiece of its own kind," he was not sure how much children would appreciate the scene, commenting that his son was squirming in his seat during the scene. See more ideas about Carl fredricksen, Up pixar, Up halloween costumes.

But by the time she and Carl grew older, she suddenly died from a miscarriage, leaving Carl widowed and alone. [1] Worldwide, it was the sixth-highest-grossing film of 2009,[75] the fourth-highest-grossing Pixar film,[76] the 92nd-highest-grossing film, and the 24th-highest-grossing animated film. But by the time she and Carl grew older, she suddenly died from a miscarriage, leaving Carl …

[93], On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 98% approval rating based on 296 reviews, with an average rating of 8.72/10. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.

Carl Fredricksen, voiced by Ed Asner, is that lonely senior curmudgeon neighbor that lost both loves of his life — his wife and female counterpart Ellie, as well as his longing for adventure. She was the wife of Carl Fredricksen. Her funeral was held in the same church where she and Carl had their wedding. Full name

[96], Film critic Roger Ebert gave the film four out of four stars and called it "a wonderful film. The tragedy of old Carl Fredricksen is what makes his later joy and adventure in the film so powerfully poignant. [90] Among major countries, it was the highest-grossing animated film of 2009 only in Spain ($37.1 million),[91] Australia ($25.3 million),[92] and South Korea ($6.32 million). Over the intervening years they made several attempts to save up for the trip, but other pressing needs in their lives forced them to keep spending their earnings.

It is only near the end of the film, after mourning her for several years, does Carl finally come across the new content, reinvigorating him at last. She was the wife of Carl Fredricksen. Occupation [123] Up also received the Golden Tomato from Rotten Tomatoes for highest-rating feature in 2009, and best reviewed animated film,[124] with an approval of 98 percent from film critics, based on 259 reviews.