In a conference call with analysts to discuss Pixar’s financial earnings, Steve Jobs blasted Disney for being weak creatively and unwilling to compromise on a distribution agreement. “The truth is there has been little creative collaboration with Disney for years,” Jobs said. “You can compare the creative quality (of Pixar films) with the creative quality of Disney’s last three films and judge each company’s creative ability yourselves.” Jobs also said he offered Disney better terms than he knew he could get from a rival film studio, but said Disney wouldn’t budge when it came to allowing Pixar to include the last two movies due under the current deal in a new agreement with more favorable terms. Jobs said negotiations with four (unnamed) major studios will begin in March and Pixar hopes to have a new deal by the fall.