Brad Bird

Birth Name: 
Phillip Bradley Bird
Tuesday, September 24, 1957
Birth Place: 
Kalispell, Montana, USA

Phillip Bradley Bird, best known as Brad Bird, is an Academy Award-winning American director, screenwriter, animator, producer and occasional voice actor. He is best known for having written and directed Warner Bros.'

Awards and Nominations

2008 - Won - Best Animated Feature Film of the Year (Ratatouille)
2008 - Nominated - Best Writing, Original Screenplay (Ratatouille)
2005 - Won - Best Animated Feature Film of the Year (The Incredibles)
2005 - Nominated - Best Writing, Original Screenplay (The Incredibles)


Disney Retitles Mysterious George Clooney-Brad Bird Film 'Tomorrowland'

New details about Brad Bird's new Disney film only deepen its mystery.... Read more

Brad Bird to Direct Damon Lindelof's Sci-Fi Feature '1952'

Brad Bird is teaming up with Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof for 1952, the mystery project set up at Disney.... Read more

Brad Bird Considered For M:I-4

Tom Cruise and producer JJ Abrams are currently engaged in tracking down one of the most important components for Mission: Impossible 4 – a director. Ruben Fleischer’s name has been bandied about, but there’s another couple of choices floating out there – Brad Bird and Edgar Wright.... Read more


Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (BLU-RAY)

When an IMF agent is killed while on a mission to retrieve stolen nuclear launch codes the team must break Ethan Hunt out of a Russian prison to help them track down the codes and avert a nuclear disaster, but even with IMF’s greatest agent on the job will the team be able to pull off their missi... Read more

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol

The Mission: Impossible franchise is known for its over-the-top stunts and awesome array of gadgets that are only possible on screen.... Read more

The Incredibles (BLU-RAY)


Ratatouille (BLU-RAY)

Much like Cars, the quality of Ratatouille is to be extremely high.  The movie is one of the most off-kilter Pixar movie yet and certainly the least commercially viable film of their since A Bug’s Life.  ... Read more


It would seem the farther Pixar goes with their films the better the animation becomes.... Read more