Yay, it exists! Anyone else looking forward to this? Also in the review is the vague plot for the next new Pixar film, Brave.
Much as I love Monsters, Inc., this and the Cars sequel next year imply to me that they’re running out of original ideas…
I didn’t realise they were making a Cars sequel as well I didn’t like that one- maybe it had something to do with Owen Wilson.
Potential social idea though- a day in Eurodisney?!
Have you been to the course where they let you know that to do anything you need to fill in a form - it’s FUN! I do like the idea, though And there’s always ways around bureaucracy
Have you been to the course where they let you know that to do anything you need to fill in a form - it’s FUN! I do like the idea, though And there’s always ways around bureaucracy [/quote]
Charter a plane and put The Sound of Music during the flight, thus fulfilling the promise of the old old secretary
Just read a snippet about this on wikipedia, after checking their page about Disney releases.
It’s also stated on the IMDb page that it’s a prequel, detailing Mike and Sulley’s university days and how they became friends. I agree with Owen’s earlier sentiments about it being a worrying sign for the creativity department at Pixar. That said, now that they’re part of Disney, I’m not overly surprised, as they’ve not really made a good non-Pixar animation since the 91-94 triumverate of Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King.
Since then, they’ve had such hits as: Home on the Range, Brother Bear and Treasure Planet.
There have also been sequels/old ideas including: Bambi 2, Fantasia 2000 and The Tigger Movie.
Though neither Bolt, nor Lilo and Stitch were too bad.
This isn’t to say that Disney has become entirely useless - it’s just worrying how less frequent their animated hits have become, compared to the early 40s, the 50s, 60s and early 90s.
For a list of just their animated features, see the wikipedia page!
Tangled was a decent film although I agree that overall these haven’t been very good years for Disney.
I was really quite looking forward to Pixar’s ‘Newt’ slated for 2012, but it’s now been canned
The teaser trailer is out…
can’t really say whether i think it looks good or not as i love the first film so much that this was guaranteed to look good.
Certainly worth a watch methinks…
Eugh, seriously? :-/ The first one was bad enough!
You serious Fergus? Monsters, Inc. was fab!
I genuinely didn’t like it.
Rumour has it that Finding Nemo is now set for a sequel too.
You’d never guess that Disney had bought Pixar, would you?!