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June 29, 2011  | by: Roselyn Sebastian

Pixar's Successful Toy Story 3

In a recent interview, Larry Crowne star Tom Hanks revealed that Pixar is working on another Toy Story sequel.  Hanks, who also plays Woody in the films, told BBC News, “[I] think they’re working on it now.”

Toy Story 3 ended with Andy giving his beloved toys to Bonnie, a little girl in his neighborhood, before heading off to college. It was the perfect ending to the trilogy for Andy as well as for his toys.

Pixar is usually on the ball when it comes to creating animated films that appeal to all ages. They definitely know how to make you reach for a Kleenex.  But another Toy Story sequel not only makes me a little sad, but also makes me question Pixar’s judgment. Especially when I remember Cars and Cars 2 exist.

Toy Story 3 hit all the right notes with the Millennial Generation with the way it addressed going to college. That awkward stage when you’re on the cusp of adulthood but you know your childhood is definitely over was captured perfectly by Andy’s indecision over what to do with his toys.  Can another sequel match that raw sentiment?

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