This supercut of emotional and touching moments from movies will probably get your tear ducts going.Read More
Oh, that's fine. I didn't need my heart.
I thought editor Lindsay McCutcheon's Pixar montage might not get to me. Then they started Up.Read More
where does he get those wonderful toys
[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. Read More
I know that movie trailer mashups are a dime a dozen, but this a really good one. Just trust me, OK? No? I should provide some sort of convincing argument as to why you should watch the audio from the Star Trek Into Darkness trailer with clips from Toy Story 3? How 'bout this: The CumberVillain as a pink teddy bear. If that doesn't get you then I don't know what will. (via: Chocolate & Cream Cake) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More
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where does he get those wonderful toys
Tom Hanks. Joan Cusack. Wallace Shawn. Michael Keaton. Don Rickles. Toy Story 3 was filled to the brim with A-listers (and I didn't even list half, and didn't even mention Kristin Schaal). You all know; you all saw it and you all cried. Now take a look behind the scenes and watch as some of the voice talents put their all into their characters and record their parts. My favorite would have to be watching
Betelgeuse Michael Keaton voicing Ken. He seems so all-American when he's not botching bio-exorcisms. To watch the first part of the behind the scenes footage, go here.
(via Mental Floss)
Gary Rydstrom was a sound designer at Pixar who made the move into directing with the short film Lifted. His first feature film was set to be Newt, a romantic comedy about the last two blue-footed newts on the planet, expected to mate but finding that they hate each other. Sadly, it seems that he could never quite get the story working, and the film was officially canceled earlier this year.Yesterday, Pixar released thirty pieces of Newt concept art on its Facebook page. We've posted our favorites below. Read More
Toy Story 3, analyzed like LOST (warning: spoilers.) (bafeldman.com)
The She-Hulk's 10 greatest sexual conquests (Topless Robot)
Guitar Hero: Queen in the works? (Escapist)
Sculpture made by bees (Neatorama)
Excellent Batman golf cart (Nerd Approved)
Uhh... just going to leave this here (I Watch Stuff)
(title image via Geekologie.)Read More
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The Force is Strong With Rachel Maddow (StartLoving3)
The Facebook Movie: The Poster (FirstShowing)
Weekend Box Office: Yes, Toy Story 3 Won (ScreenRant)
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These squeeze-toy-alien-headed dancers were part of a clearly rehearsed but well meaning flash mob that materialized at some point during the opening day of E3 to publicize Toy Story 3: The Video Game. Why did we not hear about this until now? Allow Kotaku to explain:
Opening day? Let's see, that puts me at the Sony press conference, cursing at the internet and tapping away at my netbook's tiny keyboard. Not a fair trade, methinks.
Depending on whether or not you're a calendar purist, this coming weekend is either the first weekend of summer movies or merely the weekend right before the summer truly begins; either way, there are two big releases coming up in the forms of Toy Story 3 and Jonah Hex.
The two aren't exactly in direct competition -- most young children wouldn't be able to handle the sight of Jonah Hex/Josh Brolin's facial scar, much less Megan Fox's acting -- but the gulf between the two movies in terms of the reviews they're getting is shaping up to be an event unto itself: In short, Toy Story 3 has been getting great reviews, and Jonah Hex has been getting reviews so awful, we wonder if it's the next horrible cult movie in the making.Read More
While it wasn't expected to drop until the premiere of Toy Story 3 this Friday, Brazilian Narnia fansite Mundo Narnia has gotten ahold of the first-yet trailer for the third Chronicles of Narnia movie, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and thanks to their bountifulness we are all able to partake.
The Michael Apted-directed film premieres in the US on December 10, 2010; if you're looking for a way to prepare, do snag or borrow a copy of the BBC miniseries.
Trailer after the jump:Read More
When the LA Times wrote the first in-depth piece about Inception, which they called an "existential heist flick," we were relieved to read it -- both because we're big Christopher Nolan fans, thanks in no small part to his great job on rebooting Batman, and because, well, we didn't really know what it was all about.
Right when we thought we'd wrapped our heads around it, the devious video editor at ScreenRant, Mike Eisenberg, just had to throw our heads for a loop. Thanks to an uncannily well-done overdub of the audio from the Inception trailer over the trailer for Toy Story 3, we, like Leonardo DiCaprio -- or is that Woody? -- can no longer tell fact from fiction.
Check it out:Read More