Personally, I've never liked any of the Toy Story movies. Too cutesy and just not interesting enough for me. (Unless they'd throw in some hardcore CGI nudity.) But I thought it was interesting enough to share:<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>The Disney team touted the company's new Glendale-based computer animation building, which is earmarked for "Toy Story 3" production, which Disney is proceeding with under its contractual right to produce sequels to the Pixar films. The story follows Buzz Lightyear as he is recalled to Taiwan after a series of malfunctions. Learning of a productwide recall, all the toys in Andy's room, under Woody's leadership, head to Taiwan to save Buzz from doom.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Link<br><br><br><br><br>
It's sad, but nobody is going to really care that Pixar isn't involved here. They'll see "Walt Disney Presents" and go see it. <br><br>Although, it'll be interesting to see if they can get the original actors on board. <br><br>
#235188 - 06/17/0503:02 AMRe: Toy Story 3
Since Disney just figured out this whole CGI thing, their skills should be on par with Pixar's 1996 efforts... so it should fit right in. But it won't have the benefit of Pixar's superior writing. As corny as it sounds, Pixar folk always say story is the most important thing—and it certainly shows. They're the only studio that can produce an acceptable CGI feature. The stories they come up with are great, and their skill in animation is the cherry on top.<br><br><br>
#235192 - 06/17/0503:33 AMRe: Toy Story 3
With Monsters, Nemo and Incredibles, it seemed as if Pixar was graduating from the "secret life of inanimate objects" story lines. But Lasseter (who helmed the Toy Stories & Bug's Life) wants to get back to the only thing he knows...which is breathing life into inanimate objects. <br><br><br>
Are you kidding? With all the NASCAR fans, it's going to be a huge hit. But you have a point in that it may not have the same universal appeal as the others.<br><br>However, we know nothing about the story yet so you never know.<br><br>
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