There may not be a 'Toy Story 4' in the near future -- or ever! -- but Pixar is still pumping out fun little shorts featuring our favorite characters, and we're totally okay with that. The next one? 'Toy Story of Terror,' a Halloween-themed TV special that will hit the small screen next year.
It's probably one of the more obvious celebrity look alikes we've ever come across, and yet it's taken us this long to acknowledge it: Our favorite condescending, comedic fashionista from Disney and Pixar's 'The Incredibles' has a real-life twin in the form of Henrietta "Hetty" Lange from 'NCIS: Los Angeles.'
1995’s 'Toy Story' wasn’t just an epic success because it was the first feature length animated film done entirely with computer graphics and one of the highest grossing films of the year. It was also a film that put the name "Pixar" on everyone's lips.
Converting a CG Animated movie to three dimensions is relatively easy, which is why - at least it seems - that we're getting almost all of the Pixar movies converted to 3D (we've yet to hear about 'A Bug's Life'). Though 'Finding Nemo' is due out next week, 'Monsters Inc.' is quick on its heels with a December release. And now there's a trailer and poster.
Though Pixar has yet to formally announce 'Finding Nemo 2,' the animation studio is quietly working hard behind-the-scenes to prep for the upcoming sequel. Director Andrew Stanton recently signed a deal to return and now come reports the Ellen DeGeneres is in talks to once again voice the forgetful fish Dory.