Disney CEO Bob Iger announced at an investor meeting in March 2014 that Pixar was developing two more sequels to go along with the upcoming 'Toy Story 4' and 'Finding Dory'. They are believed to be 'Cars 3' and 'The Incredibles 2', the follow up to the hit animated film that tells the story of the Parr family, a family of superheroes from writer/ director Brad Bird.
The Man Your Man Could Smell Like, DC Shoes' Gymkhana, Red Bull's Danny MacAskill, and a hunter shooting a bear. Close your eyes, cast your mind back to a simpler time. The year is 2010. Toy Story 3 elevates animated film to a higher...Show More Summary
What if Toy Story was a Stephen King-written horror film? These fake movie posters show us exactly what that might look like. Plus, the only place another The Fast & The Furious movies could really take us. And best of all, the highly underrated imaginary horror classic: Children Of The Corndog. Read more...
Damn that Toy Story 3 ending! The tears keep flowing, and all the emotions you’ve kept bottled up for the past few months are washing over you like an unending spin cycle.
The Ultimate Disney Bracket rolls into the Final Four with two heart-stopping show downs. No. 1’s Toy Story and (...)
Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise kicked off one of the unlikeliest trilogies in cinema history. But that film, with its promise of a future meeting between appealing lovers, is practically Star Wars or Toy Story compared to Henry Fool, Hal Hartley’s 1997 magnum opus about a bizarre magnum opus. Show More Summary
By CinemaSins Published: March 29th, 2015
If you like to do any 3D modeling or animation, Pixar's in-house software that's been used for movies like Toy Story, Cars, and recent films like Guardians of the Galaxy is now completely free to download and use. Read more...
Tom Hanks is not an actor who has been type-cast over the years. He brings something different to every movie, and has a different story to tell each time. Whether it is voice work on Toy Story or playing difficult, heartbreaking roles on Forrest Gump, he has nailed it each and every time. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs was, of course, formative to developing the software for the Mac, iPhone and iPad, but he was also formative to the development of another company and its software: Pixar, the computer animation studio behind Toy Story, Ratatouille, Up … Read more ›
(YouTube link) Since 1985, the Walt Disney Pictures logo that begins their movies always features a castle with a shooting star arching over it. It was the same logo for ten years, and then for Toy Story in 1995, they altered it a bit for that particular movie. Show More Summary
Renderman, the tool that gave the world Up and Toy Story, goes free. Get animating! Renderman, Pixar's fabled software that can simulate extremely realistic lighting on 3-D objects, is now free to download for non-commercial use on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Show More Summary
Can anyone really believe that Toy Story is 20 years old this year? It is, and the franchise creators have revealed a new logo in celebration of that. It is a franchise that is not going away any time soon, with the fourth installment coming very soon. Show More Summary
Lots of movies have titular lines, where one character or another says the name of the film in dialogue. One movie where you won’t hear this, however, is Pixar’s Toy Story. Magician Penn Jillette, best known as the vocalShow More Summary
Everyone knows Toy Story has a very recognizable cast under all that colorful CG — Tom Hanks and Tim Allen voice the leads, and Don Rickles and Wallace Shawn help fill out the supporting cast. But one of the very first actors cast for the groundbreaking project was actually Penn Jillette, of the magician duo Penn & Teller. Show More Summary
Tom Hanks hasn’t been very wacky lately. And I’m not talking Toy Story wacky or Larry Crowne wacky. For a lot of viewers, it’s hard to imagine Hanks as anything other than “a super serious actor” taking on “super serious film projects,”...Show More Summary
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary
What happens when you mashup, well, every action movie from the last 30 years with the Toy Story franchise? You get Toy Story: Taken, a fan-animated video in which the toys team up for one last mission: to rescue Andy. Read more...
Post by Jenny Erikson. Well, these are certainly different kinds of toys than Christian and Ana are used to playing with! FAF Mag created a mashup using video from the Toy Story movies, and putting it with the audio from Fifty Shades of Grey. Show More Summary
Based on the recent news that Toy Story 4 would be more of a romantic comedy, fans of the films may be worried that the latest iteration might ruin their relationship with the series. After all, science has proven that’s what romantic comedies do. Show More Summary