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Pixar: The Design of Story

16 hours agoHumor / odd :

Pixar: The Design of Story is an upcoming exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum here in NYC. Through concept art from films such as Toy Story, Wall-E, Up, Brave, The Incredibles and Cars, among others, the exhibition...Show More Summary

What To Do With All Those Old Stuffed Animals

Pin it A warning to the nostalgic among us. If your stuffed animal Snoopy is still on your bed at the age of 30, you might not want to look at these. Some of these get gruesome. And whatever you do, DON’T think about Toy Story 1 or 2, and definitely not 3. Show More Summary

'Toy Story 4': Don Rickles Will Return as Mr. Potato Head

Legendary comedian Don Rickles confirms that he has signed on for the fourth installment of Pixar's popular 'Toy Story' series.

Mr. Potato Head Is Back: Don Rickles Returns For Toy Story 4

Tim Allen and Tom Hanks have already confirmed they are returning for Toy Story 4, but what about the rest of the toy box gang? Well we now know comedian Don Rickles will officially reprise his role as Mr. Potato Head in the fourth installment of the Pixar animated film series. Show More Summary

Fearing the networked car

Here's another little story about Internet of Things fear, well titled "Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It". As the two hackers remotely toyed with the air-conditioning, radio, and windshield wipers, I mentally congratulated myself on...

Great Job, Internet!: Read this: The oral history of Kids, the most controversial movie of the ‘90s

In 1995, Rosario Dawson had just finished eighth grade and was living in a squat. Chloë Sevigny was dry humping a lot of skateboarders. Pixar was about to put out its first feature, Toy Story. And a 52 year old man and a teenage skateboarder had just released Kids, a movie still being dissected 20 years later. Show More Summary

This story of a hacked Jeep is quite frankly terrifying

Want to know what terror in the mid-21st Century could be like? “As the two hackers remotely toyed with the air-conditioning, radio, and windshield wipers, I mentally congratulated myself on my courage under pressure. That’s when they...Show More Summary

You'll soon be able to turn your sofa into a 4D theme park ride

Buzz Lightyear is tearing around on his jetpack in Toy Story 2, but I'm not watching passively. Every time he banks left, my chair banks left. When he accelerates and climbs, I tilt back. When he finally touches down on a strange planet, my seat drops with a bump. Show More Summary

Ant-Man Inspired: The 10 Biggest Movies With the Smallest Characters

Ant-Man may be the first movie about a tiny superhero, but it's certainly not the first time Hollywood told a story from an ant-size point of view. Whether the characters are bugs, rodents, toys or on the wrong end of the shrink-ray, it's clear that big money can come from moviegoers' fascination with seeing things from an itty bitty perspective. Show More Summary

Happy birthday to Disneyland, and to Tomorrowland's forgotten pig

Today, Disneyland's Tomorrowland is populated with characters from "Star Wars," "Toy Story" and, increasingly, figures from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But long before there were meet-and-greet sessions with the likes of Captain America or Thor, Tomorrowland was home to a different sort of critter.

'Kids': The Oral History of the Most Controversial Film of the Nineties

It was the summer of 1995. Bill Clinton was president, Rudy Giuliani was mayor of New York, and OJ Simpson was on trial. That summer’s youth-oriented movies included Pixar's first movie Toy Story, the Disney musical Pocahontas — and Kids, in which wayward, stoned teens fuck each other senseless and...

FAO Schwarz's 153-year-old reign ends as Fifth Avenue store closes

If Keren Hernandez could visit FAO Schwarz every day, she said she would. Since her first shopping trip to the iconic toy store on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue a decade ago, the 21-year-old from Queens... To view the full story, click the title link.

'Minions' Tops 'Toy Story 3' for Second Biggest Animated Opening Ever

Move over, Woody and Buzz, "Minions" is ready to surpass infinity (and beyond!) at the box office. According to Variety, the "Despicable Me" spinoff made $115.2 million in North America over the weekend, which is the second biggest animated film opening in history. Show More Summary

What Finally Killed the Dinosaurs? Minions.

Minions, the 3D prequel to Despicable Me, made bananas amounts of money this weekend, pulling in $115.2 million. It passed Toy Story 3 as the second-biggest animated movie opening ever, though it couldn’t usurp Shrek 2 for the record. (Initial predictions suggested that it would beat Shrek.) The little yellow... More »

Minions: The Bubbly Bald Yellow Guys Stumble In Their First Movie!

The good news is that Minions will probably attract Toy Story like numbers at the box office this weekend. The bad news is that it’s nowhere near as good as the Despicable Me movies. Thanks to a few terrific movies, though, it’s not bad. Show More Summary

Confused Grandfather Thinks McDonald's Minion Toy is Swearing At Him

This story is literally Old Man Yells At Plastic Toy. Strap in. Read more...

Man dressed as Woody denies groping women's rear ends

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

A man costumed as Woody from 'Toy Story' in Times Square on Tuesday denied palming the rear ends of three women.

Times Square Woody Allegedly A 'Serial Butt Groper'

Woody from Toy Story is in a bit of trouble, or at least his Times Square counterpart is—a man who used to don a Woody costume and ask tourists to pose for photos with him has been accused of repeatedly groping women's behinds, and faces three counts of attempted forcible touching and three counts of sex abuse. [ more › ]

Woody from ‘Toy Story’ caught by cops grabbing women’s butts

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Woody, the cowboy from "Toy Story," was caught red-handed grabbing a woman's butt in Times Square, a cop testified Monday.

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