Check Out 8 Character Posters + Student IDs for 'Monsters University'
"Your future is knocking, open the door." Time to meet all of the main characters from Pixar's Monsters University, their prequel to Monsters Inc, one of my all-time favorites. We've seen a a few good trailers, campus videos, viral videos and more, but now a set of 8 character posters & student IDs to go along with them have debuted (via Total Film/Empire). Besides Mike and Sulley, the roster includes purple guy Art, Randy Boggs (also from Monsters Inc), Terri & Terry Perry, "Squishy", Don Carlton and the rather ominous Dean Hardscrabble. The Faculty ID without a poster is "Professor Knight" but he's in the trailer.
Meet the new class of Monsters University in these 8 character posters and student IDs, via Total Film:
A look at the relationship between monsters Mike (voiced by Billy Crystal) and Sulley (voiced by John Goodman) during their days at the University of Fear -- when they weren't necessarily the best of friends.
Pixar's Monsters University is being directed by Dan Scanlon, who went from animator to storyboard artist to writer to co-director on Mater and the Ghostlight, making his feature directorial debut. This is a prequel to Pixar's animated movie Monsters Inc, originally released in November of 2001. Disney has Monsters University scheduled for release in Digital 3D everywhere June 21st, 2013 this summer. Visit: MU.com.
LOL Randy! P.S. Incredibles 2.
si1ver on Feb 20, 2013
“I really love those characters and if I can figure out a whole story to do I would do it. But one of the advantages that we had in the original ‘Incredibles’ was that several of the characters had never really got to flex their muscles before. They were repressed, and it was about them discovering their own abilities,” Bird said. “Any sequel to it, that particular thing — which is really a wonderful thing to be able to explore in a movie — that’s sort of gone. And so you have to find something that is equally interesting to do in a sequel.” Brad Bird
Matt Peloquin on Feb 20, 2013
Terry and Perry? Anything like Walter and Perry? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr0l6MiC8H8
Dan Hibiki on Feb 21, 2013
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