Watch This: New Internet-Only Trailer for Pixar's Toy Story 3
by Alex Billington
April 27, 2010
In addition to that new poster earlier today, Disney has debuted a brand new internet-only (as in, you won't see it anywhere else) trailer for Pixar's Toy Story 3, which features a bit more action and a fun little "on the run" concept to it. We've seen quite a few trailers for this sequel already (one in November, another in February) and they're getting better every time. Although I know what happens in the movie, they're doing a very good job of covering up the actual story, which I think is great to experience in theaters, so I definitely won't be spoiling it. I've said enough already, so do yourself a favor and just watch this new trailer. Enjoy!
Watch the new internet-only trailer for Pixar's Toy Story 3:
Woody, Buzz, and the rest of their toy-box friends are all dumped in a day-care center after their owner, Andy, departs for college. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, and John Ratzenberger will all be back.
Toy Story 3 is being directed by Lee Unkrich, another one of Pixar's creative masterminds who previously co-directed Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., and Finding Nemo. The screenplay was written by Michael Arndt, the Oscar winning screenwriter of Little Miss Sunshine who is a newcomer to the Pixar family. Disney will be bringing Pixar's Toy Story 3 to theaters everywhere in both 2D & 3D starting on June 18th in summer.
awesome. can't wait
josh on Apr 27, 2010
It looks pretty nice and all but I don't know how to feel about the fact that John Lasseter didn't direct it. I'll reserve my judgment until I see it.
almartva on Apr 27, 2010
Nice, but I actually saw this on the Disney channel before I saw it on the internet.
hawk on Apr 27, 2010
yeah i saw it on tv before i saw it here.
Tony on Apr 27, 2010
fear of snakes in boots
DoomCanoe on Apr 28, 2010
ME WANT NOW!
TheShoesDude on Apr 28, 2010
for those of you wondering about spoilers, this trailer has even less "plot" in it than earlier trailers, so don't worry about it too much. While I've got your attention, I would LOVE to have somebody review this movie from the standpoint of a "potential for a child's first theater experience." My boy is just three, but he loves Toy Story 1 and 2, and I'd love to be able to share the theater experience with him for Toy Story 3... I tend to skip past certain things in the first two movies, so I was wondering if I could get a "feel" for how much I'm going to have to cover his eyes. The sort of things I skip in the current two movies: Buzz "killed" in video game, Woody's appendage-filled nightmare, cross the street with cones, the rise of the undead toys to get Sid.
dRailer on Apr 28, 2010
Are you serious?? You skip past parts in Toy Story??? Wow.....your kid's gonna be living at home till he's 30!
Cmurder on Apr 28, 2010
Can't wait to see it in 2D!!!
ModernRock on Apr 28, 2010
Ells on Apr 28, 2010
#7 those are key scenes, the toys attacking Sid are very important for a young child to see! It teaches kids a very important lesson, that lesson being "PLAY NICE!" if you deny your child mild peril then...you failed!
Xerxex on Apr 28, 2010
@ dRailer Why? Just why would you skip over important plot points? I mean I know your kid is 3 but it just doesn't make any sense to skip them.
Peace Love & GaGa on Apr 28, 2010
I would just wait until they're older and you feel that you can explain to them certain actions or scenes and be confident that they understand. I agree with #7 that those scenes are important lessons to learn and should be seen. If you feel you should cover their eyes then your'e not ready to give that lesson.
arjones on Apr 29, 2010
Oh yeah!! I forgot to say I wanna see this.
arjones on Apr 29, 2010
Wow. See this is the kind of reaction that makes the internet so frustrating. He's three, people. I'm not denying him something for the rest of his life, I'm denying him something for MAYBE a year... I guess I should have opened that other comment up by saying that I understand he can learn lessons from film, and that I might be a little protective, but not overly so. Again, he's three. I have shoes that are older than he is. He's far from sheltered. I'm sure there are parents that don't let their kids see any part of Toy Story until they're like 5. Thank you all for your concern.
dRailer on May 18, 2010
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