There's absolutely no getting around the fact that in Toy Story 3 it all started getting pretty dusty out there when it looked like our heroes were done for.
Lee Unkrich, along with producer Darla K. Anderson, reveal four secrets about the Oscar-nominated film — including a "Shining" twins homage and why the movie's main character was almost a young girl.
‘Toy Story 3′ director Lee Unkrich has been toiling away on a “Day of the Dead” movie for some years at Pixar, and now we know the 2017 animation will be called ‘Coco’. The film’s lead character is Miguel, a 12-year-old boy living in rural Mexico, who through the traditions of Día de los Muertos is able to meet his long-departed ancestors. A Disney press release says: “Disney·Pixar’s ‘Coco’ is the celebration of a lifetime, where the discovery of a generations-old mystery leads to a most extraordinary and surprising family reunion.” - First Look At Alice In Wonderland 2 - Orlando Bloom Joins Pirates 5 - When Han Solo Met Jack Sparrow The creative partnership of Unkrich and producer Daria K. Anderson spoke of the ageless themes of their movie. “As artists and filmmakers, we couldn’t help but be drawn to the striking visuals of Día de los Muertos, But it was the celebration’s core themes of family, remembrance and connection across generations that resonated within and truly inspired us.