Proposed plot for Toy Story 3 (Potential Spoilers)
From the amazing Animated-Movies.com here is the proposed plot for Toy Story 3.
While the plot sounds like it could make a good film and the cast of the original Toy Story films have already stated that they would love to come back it doesn't look like it will happen - mainly because the 1997 contract between Disney and Pixar doesn't include sequels as part of the five films Pixar owes Disney. However, Eisner is apparently considering another option.
Rumoured Plot for Toy Story 3
Jim Hill Media reveals that "the film deals with a subject that Pixar
has reportedly gotten a lot of mail about
: what happens when Andy grows up. The folks at Pixar--particularly Lasseter--reportedly wants to end the Toy Story story with all the characters in a safe place, where they’d always be cared for and loved." The movie's story would be based on the original treatment for Toy Story, written in the Spring of 1991. "Tinny (a tin toy based on the title character in Pixar’s 1989 Academy Award winning short, Tin Toy) and his friend, Dummy (a ventriloquist dummy modeled after Charlie McCarthy that occasionally wears a cowboy hat), have survived encounters with obnoxious dogs, obsessive toy collectors, being separated from the kids that love them, even tumbling out a garbage truck into speeding traffic… And they really deserve a break. After their long ordeal, these characters deserve to find a loving home where there will always be kids to play with them. And--miracles of miracles--they actually find this wonderful place. Right next door to where the obnoxious dog lives. It’s a pre-school with a kindergarten. Tinny and Dummy (along with their new friends, Slinky Worm and Wheezy) eventually their way into the kindergarten class room. Here, the other toys tell them that their troubles are finally over. Why for? Because in this room, there will always be children who are willing to play with Tinny & Dummy. And each year, a brand new crop of kids arrives to shower the playthings with affection and attention. And the best part of the deal is… The children go home every day once school lets out. And the toys get the entire summers off. To rest. To vacation. Play with their fellow playthings. Whatever. This is where Lasseter & Co. supposedly want to leave Woody, Buzz and the crew to be at the end of Toy Story 3. In a place where there’ll always be kids to play with them. Where the audience knows that they’ll be loved and cared for years yet to come."
If this happens and it doesn't get created by the talented Pixar crew it would only prove that Disney is willing to destroy not only their own classics but also the creations of another company. Not only that but it's almost guaranteed that the animation behind a Disney led Toy Story 3 would not be up to par with the previous movies.
As for Disney, Eisner’s actually toying with the idea of making Toy Story 3 WITHOUT Pixar’s involvement. In an interview earlier this year, Uncle Mike was actually quoted as saying 'We have the right to do a sequel irrespective of the two deals [Disney made with Pixar]. I don’t need a new deal [with Pixar] to make Toy Story 3. I can get [the] five movies [that Pixar owes Disney] plus Toy Story 3.'"
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