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Toy Story 3 Production Wraps Today: What’s in the News?

After four years of hard work, Toy Story 3 officially wraps production today!

Here’s what’s in the news on this momentous occasion.

Michael Keaton Talks Ken: One of the biggest laughs in Toy Story 3 is Ken, Barbie’s loyal love interest. His voice, Michael Keaton, seems to think it’s because he’s such a "swell fellow" according to his latest interview. The LA Times writer isn’t a huge fan of the pants, though. Nonetheless, this brief chat makes for a quick and interesting read.

Toy Story 3 to Open Nantucket: Pixar’s highly anticipated sequel is set to open the 2010 Nantucket Film Festival alongside The Extra Man. This is the fest’s 15th year in its Massachusetts location. Nantucket kicks off on June 17th. For more information, visit NFF’s official website. [Variety]

Double Feature Intermission: Missed the Toy Story and Toy Story 2 Double Feature in 3D? Then you’re in for a treat! Trivia questions from the movie event’s intermission are now available in the videos section of the Toy Story website. Click here to skip straight to the video, but make sure to activate Flash by visiting the homepage and then following the previous link. [Thanks, Blake!]

Update — Lee Unkrich Tweets From the Finish Line: "Toy Story 3 is finished. Pixar’s 11th feature film is in the can." June 18th, here we come!

All of us here at Upcoming Pixar and Pixar Planet would like to extend huge congratulations to Lee Unkrich and the entire Toy Story 3 team for completing such a perfect continuation to their beloved series.

We also wish Pixar good luck on their upcoming projects as they continue to focus on those productions.

Your thoughts?

0 Responses to Toy Story 3 Production Wraps Today: What’s in the News?

  1. Congratulations, Lee Unkrich and Pixar! Roll on their Wrap Party! Now we play the waiting game………. And I can’t wait to see their hard work, it will really pay off! 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    If Toy Story 3 wraps up production today, why do we need to wait a couple more months for it?

  3. martini833 says:

    Remember that they set a date years in advance and they need to distribute the film to theatres. The date is set strategically for the best possible box-office. 🙂

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