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16 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Nick Cannon looked like a character from the Mortal Kombat video game when he triggered a storm on the red carpet of the MTV Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles. The 38-year-old modeled a Louis Vuitton muzzle and a matching piece of sleeveless armor for the star-studded event. In a breathtaking snapshot, Mariah Carey's ex-husband […]

16 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Do you hear that? Just in time for the MTV Movie & TV Awards 2019, a fresh tub with golden popcorn will sound! The annual film and television ceremony, jointly honored in 2017, will air on MTV tomorrow evening, promising to bring Hollywood's biggest names together at Barkar Hangar in sunny Santa Monica, California, under […]

16 Jun 19
Ashbroyale

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16 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
THEY’RE the most beloved playthings in the world – but do you really know the Toy Story, er, story? Everyone thinks the first film was an instant success. In fact, maker Pixar had to ditch the original plot. Toy Story 4 is out in cinemas on June 21 Then director John Lasseter changed course and it became the box office hit of 1995. Toy Story 4 premiered in London last night and opens on Friday. Grant Rollings has all you need to know about the franchise . . . Woody the baddie Disney closed down production of the first draft of Toy Story, which had Woody as a “baddie” ventriloquist’s dummy. Producer Jeffrey Katzenberg wanted the film to be edgy, but the writers had turned Woody into a “sarcastic jerk”. The character was not always the lovable cowboy he became Then director John Lasseter decided to make Tom Hanks’s character the loveable heart of the story. Hanks, Tim Allen, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Debi Derryberry, Jeff Pidgeon and Frank Welker are the only cast members to have been in all four of the films. R.I.P Potato Head Four Toy Story voice actors have died over the past couple of years, including the man behind the much loved Mr Potato Head. Don Rickles was 90 when he passed away in April 2017, before he had the chance to record his parts for Toy Story 4. Don Rickles, the voice of Potato Head, died in April 2017 The American comic’s family asked if Pixar could use old recordings so that he could still be in the film. And that’s what director Josh Cooley did. He said: “We went through 25 years of everything we didn’t use for Toy Story 1, 2, 3, the theme parks, the ice capades, the video games – everything that he’s recorded for Mr Potato Head. And we were able to do that. “I’m very honoured that they asked us to do it, and I’m very honoured that he’s in the film. Nobody can replace him.” In the same year John Cygan, who was the voice of Twitch in Toy Story 3, died. Then in 2018 R. Lee Ermey, who was the voice of Sarge from the first three films, died and was followed to the great studio in the sky by Bud Luckey, who voiced Chuckles the clown. Another film? Most fans assumed that Toy Story 3 was going to be the last outing for Buzz and Woody when it was released nine years ago. But when the original team came up with the idea of the toys’ owner, Bonnie, creating a plaything out of a fork they developed the script. Tom Hanks poses with Toy Story characters during the Toy Story 4 Premiere at Odeon in Leicester Square In the movie Woody tries to persuade the plastic fork, called Forky, that he’s not “trash”. New toys found in an antique store include stuntman Duke Caboom and doll Gabby Gabby. Will there be a Toy Story 5? They’ll have to recover from this one first – Tom Hanks and Tim Allen struggled with final scenes because they were so emotional. The musical? With Disney putting the money into the original Toy Story project, its bosses had a significant say in what happened. But Pixar wasn’t singing from the same hymn sheet when it came to the idea of turning Toy Story into a musical. US musician Randy Newman arrives for the world premiere of Toy Story 4 in Hollywood Singer-songwriter Randy Newman, pictured, wrote the megahit song You’ve Got A Friend in Me for the first film in 1995. But remarkably it could have been Bob Dylan providing a theme tune. Apple boss Steve Jobs – an executive producer of the first film – said he wanted the singing legend’s input. They called it what? Once up a time the film was not called Toy Story – it was titled You Are A Toy. There was also a lot of back and forth between Pixar and their financial backers, Disney, about how toy-centric the film should be. The franchise was originally titled You Are A Toy Disney’s scriptwriters kept trying to put in more human characters, but after Joss Whedon was added to the scriptwriting team that idea was pushed away. Joss went on to direct the first two hit Avengers movies. Original Buzz Before spaceman Buzz got lift-off the heroic lead character went through many rewrites – beginning life as an old-fashioned toy called Tinny. Then he was imagined as a six-inch astronaut called Lunar Larry, right, then Tempus from Morph. Early concept art for Lunar Larry In the original design, the character was in a red suit, until Lasseter chose green and purple because they were his and his wife’s favourite colours. Buzz also grew from six to ten inches. Before Tim Allen got the voice job, comedians Chevy Chase and Billy Crystal both turned down the role. Gabby Gabby Rescued from an antique store, Gabby Gabby is a 1950s talking doll voiced by Christina Hendricks in Toy Story 4. The Mad Men star says: “I always wanted a ventriloquist doll but my parents would never get me one. Gabby Gabby is a new character in Toy Story 4 “When they showed me the animation I said, ‘This is blowing my mind. This doll has red hair, blue eyes and hangs out with ventriloquist dolls – it’s like she is me’.” Duke Caboom Voiced by Keanu Reeves, stunt cyclist Duke Caboom is a new character with a terrible secret – he couldn’t perform the trick promised in the advert for his toy. Keanu says: “Duke is a showman and a daredevil – he has to perform. It was great to express my inner Duke Caboom.” Duke Caboom is voiced by the incredible Keanu Reeves A YouTube video of Keanu voicing Duke had last night been watched nearly 50,000 times. Forky The new character (voiced by Tony Hale) is a fork who insists he is not a toy. The utensil – which was called Fork Face before the writers realised it was too risque – was transformed into a plaything when Bonnie in the film added pipe cleaners, a clay base and googly eyes. Forky is another new character who joins our old friends in Toy Story 4 Comedian Tony , from the TV show Veep, said: “He was described as kind of neurotic. And gullible to a fault.” Ducky & Bunny Voiced by Keegan-Michael Key (Ducky) and Jordan Peele (Bunny), the pair are cheap fairground prizes who have spent their whole lives stuck to a wall. Jordan loved working with his old friend Keegan again, saying: “We immediately began feeding off each other and improvising. There was 1,247 animators who worked on Toy Story 4 It was inspiring, and a relief, to realise we are the characters, as opposed to us doing the characters.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Giggle McDimples This new tiny doll is small enough to perch on the shoulder of her best friend Bo Peep. Voiced by Ally Maki, she is the smallest character in Toy Story. The sweet new toy Giggle McDimples is the smallest toy in the movies Ally, from the TV series Wrecked, says: “I have two older brothers, I’m the only girl. I spent my childhood getting hockey pucks shot at me. “I think I bring a lot of that little-sister energy to the role.” [bc_video video_id=”6039342921001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Toy Story 4 – New trailer for Disney Pixar sequel sees Woody try and rescue Forky with help from Duke Caboom voiced by Keanu Reeves”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
16 Jun 19
Jose Galarza

If you were to ask me how I thought about the last year, from when I turned 23 to now being 24. I would tell you that it was the hardest or worst year of my life. Maybe it’s too harsh to say, but that’s how it felt. It was the worst year because it […]

16 Jun 19
WDW News Today

Every week is a busy week when it comes to Disney news. To help you keep up with all of the updates coming out of Walt Disney World and other Disney resorts, here’s WDWNT’s weekly recap of the Disney news from June 10-16! Walt Disney World We spotted a Disney Skyliner water evacuation boat this […]

16 Jun 19
Wolf's Gaming Blog

Years ago I used to get excited about E3 and the myriad of game announcements that would flood from out of it. But these days it’s a little harder to get excited about the event for a variety of reasons. The strange way in which its ran has resulted in a lot of companies holding their own conferences and events outside of E3. Over the years its become more and more commercial with more and more stilted speeches.

16 Jun 19
Stranger Worlds

So video game fans, another annual Electronics Entertainment Expo show, (aka E3), just passed through again. As a fan of video games since the days of the original NES generations, news and previews of such have kept me engaged in the workings and developments of what’s to come, I have been following E3 for nearly […]

16 Jun 19
Only On Tuesdays

I love lands strategies, but for the longest time, Modern has lacked a decent archetype based around this playstyle. Now, while we do have several top tier land decks in the format such as Tron and Valakut, none of these decks actually do what I like to see in a lands deck. The closest analogy […]

16 Jun 19
MovieKaiser

Sony/Columbia’s MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL took the top spot at the domestic box office in its weekend debut. The fourth film in the sci-fi/action/comedy franchise was projected as tallying $26+ million and it wound up topping $28 million. That’s little consolation for what was intended to be a summer blockbuster. On the international front, where […]

16 Jun 19
BengalCritiques

Now onto Bethesda, Ubisoft and Square-Enix. I don’t have anything substantial to discuss when it comes to Nintendo’s Direct, aside from the following. Oh, the guy from Dragon Quest 11 and Banjo-Kazooie are in Smash Bros now. I’ll be more attentive wants the Doom Marine shows up. Oh, and there’s a Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel […]

16 Jun 19
Videogame Crosstalk

Hello World. This is Videogame Crosstalk, Episode 036, the monthly podcast of Gamers talking about Tech, Science, and whatever else comes to mind! I am your host, Anthony Rossi and with me this episode is Judge Greg from the Enthusiacs and Average Joe from Project Guardians!! Small talk, what have you been playing, Complain about […]

16 Jun 19
Reel Time Flicks

Director: Michael Dougherty Starring: Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Millie Brown Review Author: Tony There’s usually a thin line I have to thread when it becomes to being a fan of a particular property and maintaining critical analysis. On one hand, I must keep my expectations and past allegiance to the material in check while also […]

16 Jun 19
Tom Moscato's Blog

Some thoughts that I had with some other games taht were shown at E3. The final part of the article that I stared.