Burger Fiction has put together some really great supercuts lately, but their latest will absolutely break your heart.
Before Pixar sent Andy to college and the toys to daycare, a possible version of Toy Story 3 had a malfunctioning Buzz Lightyear shipped off to Taiwan, where the other toys go to rescue him. And, well, we're darn glad that we ended up with the tear-jerking Toy Story 3 we got.
Over a 15-year spree, Pixar made an indelible mark on the history of cinema. From Toy Story to Toy Story 3, Pixar's winning streak expanded our ideas of storytelling. But Pixar's latest, Monsters University, is more evidence Pixar's glory days might be over. It's not a masterpiece — just one of the best films of the…
Can Benedict Cumberbatch make Toy Story 3's villainous Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear even more menacing? This video mashes Toy Story video with audio from the Star Trek Into Darkness trailer to give us Cumberbatch in pink plush.
Without spoiling too much, if you've ever seen Toy Story 3, you'll remember that the movie almost ends on an extremely bleak note. As a prank, YouTube user Justin Wallin recut the film with this extraordinarily traumatizing ending and screened the entire film for his none-the-wiser mother. This video runs a little…
After Andy went off to college, Woody, Jessie, and the creepy baby doll from Toy Story 3 went off to take care of an old hotel while Woody worked on his children's book. Unfortunately, Woody fell back on bad habits, and soon Andy's other toys began making nightmarish cameos.
The Oscar nominations are out. And it's sad year for the genre film. Inception, with 8 nominations total, is our only hope for a best picture win. Biggest snub of all: Daft Punk's Tron Legacy score.
This year's best movies played with genres in ways that changed their audiences' perceptions. Video-game movies, action movies, heist movies and superhero movies — they all had dazzling reinventions. Here are the 10 best and worst SF/fantasy movies of 2010.
Halloween is almost upon us, but you haven't had time to make a costume. What does the prefab costume industry have for you this year? Lots of superheroes, Predators, skanky robots... and Lady Gaga. Prepare to bleach your eyes.
I love my nephew's visits, if only so we can pull the old Scalextric set out and pretend we're both eight-year-olds. While this special Toy Story edition is only a 1:64 scale, I still really, really want it.
We've witnessed some amazing concept art during io9's concept art week, and celebrated everything from the artists who make it happen to the tools they use. Here are some of the most stunning, mind-expanding concept art posts.
While no one at Pixar is even hinting at a fourth installment, Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich has confirmed that Cars 2 will be preceded by a short film featuring Woody, Buzz, and the gang.
We've already appreciated some of the incredible movie concept art from years past. But there's plenty of gorgeous design work coming out from the movies of 2010. Here's our tribute to the artists who are making today's films beautiful.
But this "Toy Wire" mash-up by Ryan Hoffman and Dan Angelucci proves that, sometimes, all you need to be compatible is an overabundance of quality. And Mr. Potato Head. [Geekosystem]
In Pixar movies, our consumer crap loves us. Whether it's toys, cars or trash robots, Pixar plays to our fantasies that our mass-produced semi-durable possessions have deep inner lives. But Toy Story 3 takes this theme to a new place.
Rumor has it an A-list cast could join the Wachowskis' Cloud Atlas. See bloody photos from Predators and the True Blood finale. Watch Maggie Q in Nikita, plus a Doctor Who clip. And BSG's Baltar and Tigh join new projects.
Here's how Hollywood's making money these days: 3D, sequels, and kids. All of these things intersect to bring us today's news: RealD will offer their comparatively stylish 3D specs in kids-face sizes at Toy Story 3 screenings this Friday. [MSNBC]
Pixar hasn't done many sequels - where's my Incredibles 2? - but Toy Story is getting its third installment this weekend. We asked longtime Pixar producer Darla K. Anderson why Buzz and Woody deserve two sequels when others get none.