When you create a series of films as magical as the Pixar universe, you’re going to get your share of fans trying to puzzle your history out. That’s always been the case with movies like Toy Story and Monsters, Inc. Since each movie often features easter eggs that hint at the interconnected nature of each film, people have gone to great lengths to try and understand the elements of the movies not explicitly stated onscreen. Take, for instance, this past week’s video about the tragic story of Andy’s father in Toy Story. According to the host , Woody actually belonged to Andy’s father, who sadly passed away from complications due to polio before the first film. The video caught the internet by storm and was widely circulated over the weekend by most major entertainment sites.
All of the 'Toy Story' toys (and the famous actors who provide their voices) have returned for the Pixar holiday special 'Toy Story of Terror,' which has just released its first clip. Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) Woody (Tom Hanks) and Mr. Pricklepants (Timothy Dalton) have to deal with a missing Mr. Potato Head, and it's possible he was taken by a ghost!
My family loves Disney/Pixar movies. From 'Cars' to 'Wall-E' or any of the three 'Toy Story' movies. Any of these can be found playing at my house or even in the car. Here is a teaser for the new 'Monsters University' and it has hit written all over it.