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Tag Archives: Toy Story
It was a busy week for Celebrities at Walt Disney World. Names like Donny Osmond and rapper Snoop Dogg were spotted by many fans. @donnyosmond Enjoyed seeing in restaurant at Epcot last week. wanted to say something but didnt want … Continue reading
A new TV special will feature the gang from Pixar’s Toy Story in their latest escapade – Toy Story That Time Forgot. Here’s the synopsis: During a post-Christmas play date, Woody, Buzz and the Toy Story gang find themselves in … Continue reading
Jon Negroni, the same gentleman who brought you the unified theory of Pixar, has a new interesting theory about the interconnectedness of characters in the Toy Story universe. You might be surprised and who Andy’s mom actually is. If true, … Continue reading
Pixar’s first foray into a television special premieres tonight with Toy Story of Terror! The gang is back, along with some new friends, as they explore the tropes associated with classic horror films. Light-heartedly, of course. “What I’m looking forward … Continue reading