There’s two types of people in the world. Those that love Toy Story and those that haven’t seen it yet.
Those that haven’t seen it yet don’t know what they’re missing. Toy Story is, for many of us, the reason we started enjoying animated films again. And certainly the reason we fell in love with Pixar. It seems as though, nowadays, Pixar can do no wrong.
I wasn’t completely sold on Up when I saw the trailer before Star Trek. It looked cute, but not so much so that I had to drop it in my calendar immediately, so I’d remember to see it opening day.
Now that I know there’s definitelygoing to be a Toy Story 3 trailer in front of it, I’m there on opening weekend.
Many of us have waited for Toy Story 3 for a number of years, and it’s finally going to come.
News hasn’t broken yet as to what the release date is going to be, but I’m guessing sometime late October to early November. That’s just a guess. If I get any substantial information, I’ll be sure to pass it along.
News hasn’t broken yet as to what the release date is going to be, but I’m guessing sometime late October to early November. That’s just a guess.
More likely it’ll be next summer’s big Pixar flick. Pixar runs pretty regularly on a feature-per-year schedule at this point, and they like to promote their upcoming features in front of the current one — the first teaser trailer for Up debuted before WALL-E, for example.
And I wouldn’t get your hopes up too high for much of a trailer — it’s likely to be the teasiest of teasers, no more than a minute long with little or no actual footage from the film itself. That’s just kind of the way Pixar works. :)
Still — oh yeah, can’t wait! Both for Up and the Toy Story 3 trailer.