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“Toy Story 3” is an animated comedy-drama film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures in 2010. It is the third installment in the “Toy Story” franchise and was directed by Lee Unkrich.
In “Toy Story 3,” we follow the adventures of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of Andy’s toys as they face a new challenge. With Andy now heading off to college, the toys are accidentally donated to a daycare center called Sunnyside. Initially, they are excited about the prospect of a new life with children who will play with them every day. However, they soon discover that the daycare is not as idyllic as it seems, and they must find a way to escape and return to Andy before it’s too late.
The film explores themes of friendship, loyalty, and the passage of time, resonating with audiences of all ages. It is known for its emotional depth and touching portrayal of growing up and letting go. “Toy Story 3” received critical acclaim for its storytelling, animation, and voice performances, becoming the first animated film to gross over $1 billion worldwide at the time of its release.
The movie’s stunning animation, memorable characters, and heartfelt storytelling make it a cherished favorite among fans of the franchise and animation enthusiasts alike. It marks the end of an era for the beloved toys and beautifully concludes the story of their relationship with Andy. “Toy Story 3” remains a timeless classic that continues to touch hearts and entertain audiences around the world.
Toy Story 3 Fun Facts
- Toy Story 3 was the first animated film to gross over $1 billion at the box office.
- Toy Story 3 was the first movie sequel to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars without any of the previous movies being nominated.
- Tom Hanks: Woody
- Tim Allen: Buzz Lightyear
- Joan Cusack: Jessie
- Ned Beatty: Lotso
- John Morris: Andy Davis
- Don Rickles: Mr. Potato Head
- Blake Clark: Slinky Dog
- Wallace Shawn: Rex
- John Ratzenberger: Hamm
- Estelle Harris: Mrs. Potato Head
- Jeff Pidgeon: Aliens
- Jodi Benson: Barbie
- Michael Keaton: Ken
- Emily Hahn: Bonnie
- Timothy Dalton: Mr. Pricklepants
- Kristen Schaal: Trixie
- Jeff Garlin: Buttercup
- Bonnie Hunt: Dolly
- Whoopi Goldberg: Stretch
- Jack Angel: Chunk
- Jan Rabson: Sparks
- John Cygan: Twitch
- Laurie Metcalf: Andy’s mother
- Lori Alan: Bonnie’s mother
- Bea Miller: Molly
- R Lee Ermey: Sarge
- Teddy Newton: Chatter Telephone
- Richard Kind: Bookworm
- Bud Luckey: Chuckles
- Javier Fernández Peña: Spanish Buzz
- Charlie Bright: Young Andy / Pea-in-a-Pod
- Amber Kroner: Pea-in-a-Pod
- Brianna Maiwand: Pea-in-a-Pod
- Erik von Detten: Sid
- Jack Willis: Frog
- Woody Smith: Big Baby
- Director: Lee Unkrich
- Producer: Darla Anderson
- Music: Randy Newman
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