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Disney Awards Site Refurbished with Toy Story 3 Screenplay + More!

The Walt Disney Studios has revamped its campaign website for the 2011 Academy Awards with a broad focus on Toy Story 3.

It makes perfect sense; after the Blu-ray is released (tomorrow!) we officially enter "For Your Consideration" territory. You’ll find everything from Artwork, Videos and Music to the film’s full Screenplay.

"The Best Reviewed Film of the Year" and "The Most Successful Animated Film in History" are just some of the phrases Disney/Pixar will be using to promote their third outing into the world of Toy Story. Elligible categories include Best Picture, Animated Feature, Adapted Screenplay, Director and more.

Also note, Pixar’s latest short, Day & Night, is featured on the site. Four other Disney films, including Alice in Wonderland, Secretariat, Tangled and Tron: Legacy; are available for browsing as well.

Have you read the screenplay; what did you think?

(Thanks, Bryko614)

3 Responses to Disney Awards Site Refurbished with Toy Story 3 Screenplay + More!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Interesting. I noticed Lee Unkrich is a member of A.C.E. (American Cinema Editors). Isn’t that a union? Is this something to qualify for awards? Great site, though.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yes—the A.C.E. is a union. Seeing as how Pixar has been non-union, I wonder if this means a change is coming?

  3. Anonymous says:

    American Cinema Editors is NOT a union. The Editor’s Guild is. American Cinema Editors is an honorary society of professional editors.

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