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Toy Story

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Monday Cute: Toy Story, Summarized by Small Children, Enacted by Kittens

Welcome to Monday. We have kittens.

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Our Adorable Past

Your Childhood, But More Badass (And A Little Scary)

French illustrator Sylvain Sarrailh may make you think you’re remembering childhood wrong with his series of “BADASS” character designs. Some may make you laugh, others may make you cry, but part of me is curled up in the corner rocking back and forth saying, “Can’t sleep, clown will eat me.”

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To infinity and beyond!

If Pixar Characters Abandoned Kid’s Movies For Video Games

Mass Effect Buzz Lightyear is killing me with wonderfulness, but the other pieces in renegade21‘s series of Pixar characters in video games aren’t half bad, either. “If you had the chance to load from your last save point… would you?”

(via: Kotaku)

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Toy Story of Terror Trailer, Your Extra Reason to Look Forward to Halloween

In case you weren’t aware, we’re getting another lovely little Toy Story short story, a seasonally spooky one. You can find the trailer for it below, be warned, it autoplays.

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To infinity and beyond!

Pixar Businesses Get Beautiful Advertisements

Over the course of their history, Pixar has created some incredibly memorable worlds– and with those worlds, the fictional establishments that inhabit them. Any kid who’s seen Toy Story could identify Pizza Planet, or Al’s Toy Barn. Artist Mario Graciotti paid homage to these places with this series of posters based on all of the best Pixar businesses. Remember these? Check out the gallery to see!

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where does he get those wonderful toys

Our First Look At The New Toy Story Short Featuring Jessie!

We were excited to hear Toy Story was getting a Halloween Special but we finally have a few more details as well as this first image. The half-hour short is set to air on ABC and is called Toy Story of TerrorTV Guide reports:

[It] follows the adventures of the toys post-Toy Story 3, in which a fun road trip takes a very unexpected turn. “Bonnie is on a road trip to go see grandma with her mom and the toys are in the trunk,” producer Galyn Susman says. “Mom gets a flat tire and they have to spend the night at a motel and all kinds of chaos ensues.”While Terror will include Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen), Mr. Potato Head (Don Rickles) and Rex (Wallace Shawn), Jessie (Joan Cusack) will have a more prominent role in the special. “We’ve gotten to see a lot of development in Woody and in Buzz and we felt it was Jesse’s turn to really show some growth.” Susman says.

About time, I’d say. Look for the special this October.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Little Michonne

When I was this kid’s age, I never would have been able to sit through an episode of The Walking Dead. Hell, I’m an adult and I haven’t made it through the whole first episode. Props to her. (Fashionably Geek)

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Toy Story, Yes, The Entire Film, Recreated With Real Dolls And People [VIDEO]

We previously saw a small sampling of this project – a live-action version of Disney’s original Toy Story. Now, after two years, it’s complete and all we can do it be impressed by 21-year-old Jesse Perrotta and 19-year-old Jonason Pauley’s hard work. The official Facebook page for the project features link to a few foreign language dubs and you can even watch outtakes here. “I wasn’t positive we were actually really going to do the whole thing,” Perrotta told ABC. “I was worried about the scenes at the end. We had to train the dog, get a moving truck, film a chase scene with toys – but we just stayed positive and took it one day at a time.”

(via Movies.com)

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Here’s Toy Story‘s Jessie and Bullseye in All Their Wild West Glory

Jessie from the Toy Story trilogy doesn’t get enough love. I want her, Mulan, and Chel from The Road to El Dorado to have a movie where it’s just 90 minutes of them riding around on horses having adventures. Merida from Brave can come too. Anyway. Artist Lyla Warren has brought Jessie to life with this awesome sculpture of her and Bullseye. Some detail shots are behind the jump, so you can get the full 3D effect, plus two other sculptures, one Disney and one Pixar. I particularly like Warren’s take on dragon Maleficent.

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Threadless Goes to Infinity and Beyond With Their New Toy Story Shirts

I have a love-hate relationship with Threadless. On the one hand, I love their designs. On the other, I can’t make myself pay $25 for a t-shirt. It’s just not happening. But I can still admire the awesome tees that make up their new Toy Story collection from afar.

Kinda sucks that Jessie’s not on any of ‘em, though. Et tu, Threadless? Et tu?

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