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Pixar’s Soul Storyboard Comparison, Behind the Action of Cobra Kai Season 4 and More

(The morning watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of notable videos from around the web. These can be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious skits, or anything to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)

In this edition, see how the storyboards of Pixar’s existential comedy “Soul” compare to the final cut of the animated film. Plus, take a look at the action from the fourth season of “Cobra Kai” with a behind-the-scenes look at the production. And finally, watch Andrew Garfield and Dakota Johnson reunite 11 years after they appeared on David Fincher’s “The Social Network.”

Soul storyboard comparison

First, Pixar released a storyboard comparison for the barbershop sequence in their movie “Soul.” In the scene, Joe (Jamie Foxx) needs a haircut after the reluctant soul 22 accidentally gives him a nasty buzz on the top of his head. It’s a key sequence that captures a touchstone of black culture, and Joe happens to be stuck in the body of a stray cat. See how the final sequence compares to the storyboards used to plan it in the full video above.

Cobra Kai Season 4: Behind the Action

Then the fourth season of “Cobra Kai” has been available on Netflix for a few weeks now, and if you’re wondering how the latest set of karate matches went, this behind-the-scenes featurette is for you. Discover the images of the confrontation between Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, as well as the fights of the great karate tournament. Watch out for spoilers if you don’t know about the new season!

Andrew Garfield and Dakota Johnson reunited

Finally, Andrew Garfield and Dakota Johnson can be seen respectively in the buzz about award contenders “Tick Tick…BOOM!” and “The Lost Girl”. But 11 years ago, they both appeared in David Fincher’s film “The Social Network,” the story of the creation of Facebook, adapted by Aaron Sorkin. Hear what the stars have to say about their Facebook movie time, as well as their experience on their most recent films, in this meetup hosted by Vanity Fair.