'Toy Story 4' Rumored To Be In The Works At Pixar Along With 'Monsters, Inc. 2' And 'Finding Nemo 2'
After it was announced that the new granddaddy of computer animation studios, Pixar, had plans to make a sequel to its 2001 hit, Monsters, Inc., the speculation started flying about whether or not that was the only Pixar sequel in the works, or if such films as Finding Nemo and the next installment in the Toy Story franchise might also be ripe for resuming.
If ever there was a group of people long overdue for a stiff reality check, then it would have to be the ego driven, overbearing, college obsessed parents portrayed on Lifetime's new movie Acceptance.
A new season brings new lows for the Gallaghers as Shameless returned to Showtime Sunday night. It's summertime in Chicago as season two begins, providing a bit of levity to the typically dismal events in the Shameless universe.
Despite the booming success of certain unexpected box office hits over the holiday season, like Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, 2011 was a bit of a letdown for many studios.
If the packaging of the newly released DVD of made for TV movie Acceptance tells us anything, it is that in the world of retail the Lifetime brand is the kiss of death. It is all fine and good if people can consume it in the privacy of their own home, but, as is the case here, if they need to sell one of their movies over the counter best not to advertise where it came from.
Seeing as how it was the original Toy Story, 15-years-ago now, that not only put Pixar on the map but also set them on their path towards world domination it makes sense that it is thus far their only property that doubles as a franchise.
Picking up shortly after the end of the original, Pixar’s Toy Story 2 is another amazing technological and creative feat. After brawling through the first movie Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz (Tim Allen) are now best of friends and everything is peachy keen in the world that is Andy’s bedroom.
The majority of women experience an unseen and unheard dialogue between themselves and the item of clothing over which they are salivating. It goes something like this: “Buy me,” purrs the dress, “and I shall make you complete.