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  • #4231
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    andrewWK
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    Big news! I suppose the progress with the movie has been going so well, that Disney decided to switch its release date with Toy Story 4, so it will arrive in 2018 instead of 2019! 😀 😀

    http://variety.com/2016/film/news/incredibles-2-toy-story-4-pixar-1201901499/

  • #4237
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    I’m probably the only one here who hasn’t cared for any of the Disney/Pixar sequels besides Finding Dori so far. The Toy Story ones were okay, but I can’t remember one from the other as far as storyline is concerned. That being said, I did like The Incredibles, so hopefully the sequel will be great as well.

  • #4241
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    I liked the Toy Story movies. I remember the stories pretty well. First one was ‘find buzz because Woody was being a jerk and knocked him out the window’, second one was ‘find woody because he was stolen by a chicken man that collects dolls, meets fun side characters (yay bullseye!)’, third one was a prison escape story (or daycare escape…lol I loved it). I’m worried about the 4th one:-P I think the earlier one’s were pretty solid. Hopefully it will be good.

    I LOVE The Incredibles! One of my all time favorites! I hope hope hope they at least TRY to make a good movie. Brad Bird came back and I’m sure he’ll at least give it his best so that has to account for something.

  • #4248
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    SamAlbro
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    The first Incredibles may be my favorite movie from Pixar, and the one most ripe for sequels. Toy Story, on the other hand, is a series that wrapped itself up perfectly, so I think this is a good trade.

    It’s probably a bigger risk than Disney’s willing to take, but the best course of action for Toy Story would be to mov on to another set of toys. The characters have completed their arcs, but the premise has endless potential.

  • #4249
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    Toy Story was made at a time when kids…… you know…. played with actual space dolls and cowboy dolls. I mean they still do, but these days they’re more liable to play with their virtual games on their mobile devices. If the writers moved on to another set of toys, I expect at least some of them to be on mobile devices.

    … this is turning into a Toy Story thread. 😀

  • #4250
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    SamAlbro
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    … either that or the premise could change from toys in a kid’s room to toys in the home of an adult collector/fanboy. Or maybe they could do an office comedy with all the little toys that employees use to add personality to their desks and cubicles.

  • #4257
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    As for the Incredibles 2… the only thing that gives me pause is the current climate with superhero movies. Obviously they could play off it brilliantly and I fully expect that angle to be taken but the first movie came out RIGHT at the beginning of the explosion: Spider-Man 2, Blade 2, Hulk, Hellboy, X2, Daredevil… they all came out right around the same time as Incredibles and it was truly refreshing to get that proper animated outing. Wonder what the effect of the superhero saturation being 10+ years long now will have on Incredibles 2

  • #4258
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    Maybe it’ll have the same tone as Deadpool 😀

  • #4294
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    I am pretty keen to see the Incredibles squeal, i remember reading that it was something like 10 years in the future? and its more focused on Dash and Violet and Jack Jack who is fighting his angry issues. Also it said something like Syndrome would be trying to turn jack jack in to a villain. I hope it smashes all expectations! as for Toy story 4, Toy Story is literally my all time favorite movie and franchise and i feel like 3 ended the main story perfectly! Im pretty sure this ones a Rom Com about Woody and Bow Pep? They may have been a rumour tho. I would of preferred it if they just called it Toy Story and than a sub title in stead of calling it the 4th movie if its going to be a prequel!

  • #4416
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    I wonder how well the Incredibles and Big Hero 6 worlds could mix? Disney could do an animated version of what they’re doing with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

  • #4453
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    I’m pretty damn excited for it, I can tell you all that for free. The first one was easily among my treasured favorites as someone who was raised on James Bond films and Golden Age comic books. It hit the tone/style of the era the setting was in and I loved all the issues the story and setting brought up, inside and out around the Parr family.

    A great superhero AND family film. Also if I can talk about Bird without going on for hours. (The Iron Giant is another one of those favorites of mine, so you can see I adore this guy’s projects.)I’m very eager to see what he brings to the table for the next installment. I’m sure with all the material he has to work with from other superhero films and the rich, rich idea mine that is now Disney’s Marvel archive, Bird can write us a great sequel that captures both the interest of the modern day comic book movie crowd and retain the hearts of the die hard fans like us here on the Rubber Onion community! (You guys have no idea how happy I am to type that last four words!)

  • #4546
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    Thanks Chris!! I’m loving the activity and interaction between you all in the community it puts a HUGE smile on my face! And I actually just got done watching the video that @andrewwk posted where someone took a bunch of Brad Bird quotes and intercut them with footage http://rubberonion.com/topic/brad-birds-qutoes-animated-to-his-work/

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