'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.
Though most of the tears shed at the Oscars come from victors accepting their trophies, the "In Memoriam" segment is always the saddest of the evening, when the members of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences who died during the past year are remembered.
Burgeoning superstud Taylor Kitsch, 30, was all smiles Wednesday night at the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of his new anticipated flick, John Carter, in which he plays the titular role. The Friday Night Lights hottie may have gotten his fair share of the limelight, but he wasn't the only celeb in attendance at the big celebration.
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.
We are only a few short months away from the highly anticipated release of Toy Story 3 from Pixar, so it is only fitting that Disney would take the opportunity to re-release the first two entries in the series on DVD like they did in theatres last fall.