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D23 Expo 2017: ‘Toy Story 4’
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Toy Story 4‘s progress has remained under the wraps for quite some time. The last time we heard anything about the sequel was actually at D23 2015, where it was revealed that Rashida Jones and Will McCormack’s script would be a romantic animated flick that centers on Woody reuniting with his long-lost love Bo Beep. Of course, other Pixar flicks like Coco and The Incredibles 2 took precedence since they are getting released earlier. But at this year’s D23 Expo on Friday, John Lasseter revealed a little bit more about the planned fourth installment. Check it the details below.

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‘Olaf’s Frozen Adventure’ Trailer: First Look At The 21-Minute ‘Frozen’ Featurette
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Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen continues to be a worldwide phenomenon ever since its release in 2013. Grossing over $1 billion worldwide, an animated short has since been released, and plans for a sequel are currently in development. But for those who can’t get enough of the film and are just waiting to see Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf once more, there’s Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.

The 21-minute animated featurette will be shown in front of Pixar’s Coco, and will be available for a very limited time. Now the studio has released the first trailer for the featurette, which will also be run in front of Disney•Pixar’s Cars 3, beginning this Friday, June 16. Check out the trailer below.

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Disney In Depth: D23 Expo 2015’s 10 Best Reveals
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We brought you on-site cover of D23 Expo, which included news about Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War and Alice Through The Looking Glass, amongst many others, bringing Disney fanboys and fangirls news of some of the Mouse House’s biggest announcements. The weekend rewarded thousands of eager attendees (and millions of those standing by online) for their patience with some incredible pieces of “breaking Disney news.”

Here are 10 of D23 Expo 2015’s best reveals (in order of “wow factor”).

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D23 Expo 2015: ‘Toy Story 4’ Will Be A Romantic Film
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It was first thought that 2010’s Toy Story 3 would be the end of Disney-Pixar’s Toy Story film franchise, with the characters to live on through animated shorts. Director John Lasseter had explained that there won’t be a Toy Story 4 unless there was a story that was worth telling. But Lasseter’s wife would help with the inspiration for a fourth feature film, and when the Pixar Brain Trust Member Andrew Stanton worked together on the sequel, Stanton came up with a treatment that convinced him that it was worthy to revisit the world of Toy Story. Months after, it was confirmed that Will McCormack and Rashida Jones would develop the treatment to a full script.

Now we know more about the film, which has been described as a romantic film with a Pixar touch. Lasseter made an appearance on Friday at the Pixar Animation Panel during Disney’s D23 Expo, where he talked more about the next installment.

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‘Toy Story 4’ Officially Announced With Original Director John Lasseter Returning
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The Walt Disney Company chairman Bob Iger has officially announced that Pixar is making Toy Story 4, and that original Toy Story director John Lasseter will be returning to helm the fourth installment himself.

Disney has also locked in the June 16, 2017 calendar spot for a release date. The story will see Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the toys beginning a new chapter. The idea for the story was developed by some of the Pixar Brain Trust, including two-time Oscar-winner Lasseter (Toy Story, Tin Toy), two-time Oscar winner Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, WALL-E), Oscar winner Pete Docter (Up), and Toy Story 2 co-director and Oscar-winning Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich.

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Director Bob Peterson Pulled Off Of Pixar’s ‘The Good Dinosaur’
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Earlier this week, reports of Pixar pulling Bob Peterson off directing The Good Dinosaur surfaced. He was notably absent at both the animation presentation and The Good Dinosaur panel at D23, leaving some wondering if there was trouble between the two parties.

Well, it isn’t so much trouble, but more of just a shift in direction. The LA Times confirms the news of Peterson’s departure from the project. However, the director, who was the voice of Roz in Monsters, Inc, will remains a part of the Pixar family. The film’s directorial duties will go to the Pixar Brain Trust, which consists of: John Lasseter, Lee Unkrich, Mark Andrews, and Pete Sohn, the latter of whom had originally been co-director with Peterson.

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D23 Expo: Mickey Mouse Short ‘Get A Horse’ Debuts; Will Open With ‘Frozen’
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Ever wanted to see Mickey Mouse in black-and-white, color, 2-D, 3-D, and with Walt Disney’s voice – in under seven minutes?

In November, you will have that opportunity!

Attendees at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, CA, today were among the first to see Get A Horse, the new animated short film that will play in theaters in front of Frozen on November 27, 2013.

Host John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, discussed the Animation Research Library, where individuals like him have made many discoveries. One great find: the artwork of the fourth Mickey Mouse cartoon that never came to full fruition. That is… until now!

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D23 Expo: First Look At ‘The Good Dinosaur’, Voice Cast Announced
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“This is the biggest ‘what if?’ ever,” John Lasseter said today at the Animation panel at this year’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, CA, in describing Disney/Pixar’s animated feature The Good Dinosaur. Most Pixar films start off with big questions, he said, and The Good Dinosaur is no exception. Footage was shown, and details about the characters and who’d be voicing them were announced.

The main character is Arlo the Apatosaurus, as voiced by Lucas Neff. Other characters in the film include members of Arlo’s family: John Lithgow as Poppa, Frances McDormand as Momma, Bill Hader as older brother Forrest, Neil Patrick Harris as brother Cliff, Judy Greer as sister Ivy, and then there’s Neff as Arlo. Hader, Greer and Neff came out onto the stage, having just met one another.

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Disney In Depth: Blu-ray Review: Monsters, Inc.
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Monsters, Inc.
5-Disc Blu-ray/3D/DVD/Digital |
3-Disc Blu-ray/DVD
Directed by Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, David Silverman
Starring John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Mary Gibbs, Steve Buscemi, James Coburn, Jennifer Tilly, Frank Oz
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Release Date: February 19, 2013

Open the door to an exciting new way to experience Monsters, Inc. Pixar’s fantastic fourth film arrives on a new “Ultimate Collector’s Edition,” among Disney-Pixar’s finest releases.

Enter the monster world and forever be enraptured by the fun and heart of one of Pixar’s finest features. By chance you have never watched a frame of this buddy comedy, let me set up the story. Mike Wazowski and his best friend James P. “Sulley” Sullivan reside in Monstropolis, what seems to be your average city – with the exception that both of these beasts are charismatic monsters living in Monstropolis, the monster society. They are employed at Monsters, Inc., the energy factory where scarers like Sulley produce screams. How so? They generate this energy through frightening human children, accessing their worlds through opening doors. More screams equates to more energy. Simple, right? But when one child, which Sulley affectionately names “Boo” creeps into Monstropolis, chaos erupts. Humans are seen as toxic. They cannot exist here, so it seems. But what happens when you form a bond with a child? Tricky.

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Disney In Depth: ‘Disney Infinity,’ Beyond The Traditional Video Game
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Ready, set, game time! The announcement of Disney Infinity, a revolutionary title, has launched Disney Interactive in a positive direction, one that may bolster its presence in the video gaming arena. This Disney In Depth will explore the future of this innovative game, a massive endeavor that may reinvent the wheel.

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