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Entries in Toy Story 3 (10)


Odds and ends


Charting the sadness of the Toy Story movies

This infographic actually seems about right. It’s almost nine months old, but I just found out about it. (Via Craig Good.)


Toy Story 3 character designs

Nate Wragg showcases his work on the design of the film’s toys and their evolution.


Toy Story 3: A kid's reaction

A close associate of mine kindly agreed to write a guest column after seeing Toy Story 3 this morning.

Cole (age 10):

I saw “Toy Story 3.” It was a great movie, though there were some scenes that, surprisingly, could be a little intense for very young children (such as a giant baby doll that looks like a plastic zombie.) But overall it was a very good movie up to Pixar’s high standard. It was very funny. It had all the same characters as the first two, plus a cast of new ones. Among my favorite newbies was ‘Mr. Pricklepants’ a stuffed hedgehog with a taste for theater and drama. It was one of my favorite Pixar films just because of its pure classicalness and a stick-to-it plot. 



Roundtable of Toy Story 3 animators

Eight Pixar animators discuss the making of Toy Story 3