Collider.com sat down with WALL•E producers Jim Morris and Lindsey Collins to talk about the DVD and future Pixar projects. The WALL•E details are being saved for November, but some interesting information was disclosed on the Toy Story franchise.
As most of us know, Toy Story and Toy Story 2 will be re-released in stereoscopic 3D on October 2nd, 2009, and on February 12th, 2010, respectively. What many of you may have been asking is, will Pixar be adding in anything to Toy Story and its sequel for the theatrical re-release, Jim Morris says, "Not a thing. We’re not changing a thing in the movies." He does add that the film will look even more stunning because it is being re-rendered to today’s standards and will be released exclusively in 3D to get audiences ready for Toy Story 3. Speaking of TS3, it will have a standard and 3D release, but for those of you who were hoping to see these films on an IMAX screen unfortunately Morris had this to say, "Well, we’ve always talked about doing IMAX stuff and never had it come quite to fruition. We haven’t found the right thing."
Be sure to read the full article (including an interesting interview) and look forward to Collider’s report on their visit to the Emeryville campus and the WALL•E DVD/Blu-ray news.