Put down those noisemakers -- Pixar's boys' club remains.

Over the last fifteen years, Pixar has established itself as a cartoon power house, offering up classics like 'Toy Story,' 'Monsters, Inc.,' 'Ratatouille' and 'Up.' Unfortunately, they're also a notorious boys' club, each feature being directed by men, and mainly focusing on boys. A few years ago, however, it looked like the status quo was changing, as the studio announced their first female-directed film, 'The Bear and the Bow,' now called 'Brave.'

For a while the news traveled under the general radar, until it gained steam again last month, with more folks celebrating Pixar's big news. But it looks like the celebration was premature since new reports claim that Brenda Chapman is no longer the director of 'Brave.'
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