I’m not sure I’m happy about Marvel Studios spoiling all of The Avengers’ cameo appearances.
Cool that Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich was tweeting #RejectedToyStoryTitles the other day and included this one, from one of my favorite moments of the first movie.
That screengrab is from one of my earliest Tumblr posts. Good times.
Zurg dreams of something more.
Tom Hanks recently hinted that Pixar may be developing Toy Story 4 - but what exactly will that story be? Here’s my idea…
Woody and the gang are flying off on vacation when the plane crashes in the middle of the Pacific. Seperated from his friends, our cowboy hero washes up on a desert island where he meets a grumpy old volleyball called Wilson (voiced by Jeff Bridges)
What follows is an Odd Couple style buddy movie as Wilson teaches Woody how to survive as a castaway toy.
Eventually the suitcase containing the rest of the toys washes up on the shore and they all have a great big beach party. Wilson bounces off into the sunset with the cute little ball from Luxo Jr.
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This is amazing. LOOK AT THOSE STITCHED KNEE JOINTS.
And creepy. Delightfully so.
And I’m thinking that if all the toys are stuck on an island, you’d pretty much have to go ahead and mark Mr. Potatohead as the first one to be eaten.
Another lovely, memory-inducing photo from adayinhollywood.
I got to attend the first Toy Story premiere at the El Capitan. And after the movie, there was a huge event next door with a wall-sized Etch-O-Sketch; guys dressed up as Army men, hobbling around on their green one-piece feet-stands; live-sized Woody, Buzz and Hamm characters walking around…truly one of the best moviegoing experiences I’ve ever had.
The El Capitan Theatre.
Hollywood Boulevard. Across from Grauman’s. 9:25 PM.
So it’s a nice, if hot, day outside but some of us have work after a long holiday weekend and later this week is jury duty and there sure are a lot of movies coming out this summer but so little time to see them all and it sure feels like Monday.
Even though it isn’t.
All play and no work makes Woody a dull boy.
(definitely click this for the bigger version)