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The video teases the unlikely friendship between a giant Apatosaurus and a human boy and their adventures together.
The layoffs, affecting an estimated 5 percent of Pixar's workforce, happen just a month after the studio closed its office in Canada, a home of nearly 100 staffers.
The animation about pre-historic animals gives up its original release date to the Angelina Jolie starrer and occupies a date initially set for the 'Finding Nemo' sequel, which is pushed back to 2016.
Bob Peterson and producer John Walker are reportedly removed from the film, which will bow out in theaters on May 30, 2014.