Buzz & Woody are back! Toy Story That Time Forgot is the latest instalment of the much loved Disney franchise. The toys have survived another Christmas and as usual, their toy family has expanded greatly. When Bonnie visits one of her friends' house for a play date the clan are introduced to a whole new toy menagerie one of a pre-historic nature - Dinosaurs! Up until now, the only dinosaurs they've known are Rex & Trixie. Rex is the loveable yet incredibly insecure Tyrannosaurus Rex, one of Rex's biggest fears is that he'll be replaced. Trixie is the bright and friendly Triceratops.
When Buzz and Woody are taken hostage by this new group of toys (who are unaware that they actually are toys) there future is put in danger as they must face off in gladiatorial combat - Woody armed with nothing more than a red crayon. Convincing this new playroom that they are in fact all toys isn't going to be easy, but Bonnie's toys know their future relies on it.
Since its inception in 1995, Toy Story has remained a family favourite, this was followed by a second and third film released in 1999 & 2010 respectively. There have also been two short movies, Toy Story of Terror! and this, Toy Story That Time Forgot. Toy Story 4 has been slated for release in 2018 and will be directed by John Lasseter and Josh Cooley.
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Veteran Funnyman Don Rickles Has No Intention Of Ever Retiring And Wants To Keep On Performing All The Way To The Grave.
The 89-year-old comedian is showing no signs of slowing down and last month (Jul15) he even signed up to voice Mr. Potato Head in the upcoming fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise.
Rickles is adamant that work keeps him feeling young and healthy, and he has no plan to call a halt to his career.
He tells Closer magazine, "My bucket list is to keep my health and be with my family as long as the good guy lets me. I want to stay alive! My head is still there, and I know it's healthy to keep working. As long as the audience shows up and laughs, I'm there and I'm delighted."
Don Rickles - Legendary comedian Don Rickles keeps the folks of New York and New Jersey laughing. Don performed live at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood NJ at Bergen Performing Arts Center - Englewood, New Jersey, United States - Friday 7th August 2015
Veteran Funnyman Don Rickles Has Signed On To Play Mr. Potato Head In A Fourth Toy Story.
The comedian, 89, tells Closer Weekly magazine he will be reprising his role in the beloved Disney Pixar sequel.
He says, "They just signed me... We start (filming) in September, and I'm very delighted with that."
And Rickles admits he's glad he didn't pass on the first film in the franchise when Pixar boss John Lasseter approached him about playing Mr. Potato Head.
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The Fall hunk, who features in the highly-anticipated movie adaptation of erotic thriller Fifty Shades of Grey, reveals he developed an "obsession" with the legendary funnyman years ago and decided to take advantage of his rising Hollywood star to land the veteran's autograph.
Dornan says, "Rickles just stood out for me above of all these other comedians and then I sort of grew this obsession for him...
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Veteran comedian Don Rickles is recovering after undergoing multiple surgeries to treat a leg infection.
The Toy Story star, 87, was recently forced to axe a series of stand-up shows after suffering from flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis, but doctors were able to successfully treat the issue by removing the infected tissue and performing a skin graft.
Rickles is now preparing to return to the stage in the New Year (14) with gigs scheduled in California, Las Vegas and Michigan, among others.
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Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese are among the stars who will raise a glass to veteran funnyman Don Rickles as he receives a lifetime achievement award in New York City next month (Jun13).
The Toy Story star, who got his start in the 1950s, will be celebrated by members of the Friars Club on 24 June (13) for his contributions to the comedy industry.
Producer Irv Welzer tells the New York Daily News, "It's ironic that Rickles, whose entire comedic career has been based on insults, is going to be toasted by the Friars, which is famous for roasting celebrities."
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Jerry Seinfeld and Don Rickles - Comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Don Rickles depart the Factor's Famous Deli after filming a segment for their reality comedy show - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 10th April 2013
In the end, the TV critics concluded, Sunday night's Golden Globes telecast amounted to yet another letdown, not so much because of the choice of winners -- best drama The Descendants ; best comedy or musical The Artist -- but because of the commonplace performance of host Ricky Gervais. All of the critics had sharpened their pencils to jot down what they hoped would be another fusillade of zingers like those he let loose a year ago. They No Doubt would have been happier with Don Rickles or even Triumph the Insult Comic Dog as host. Gervais was simply "boring," wrote the Huffington Post's TV critic, Maureen Ryan. His "performance as host was decidedly anti-climactic and underwhelming. Its general mediocrity gave the ceremony as a whole a certain deflated quality," she remarked. Gervais, said Mary McNamara in the Los Angeles Times , was "surprisingly subdued. He preferred aiming his mild barbs mostly at institutions. ... And then he vanished, reappearing only occasionally to introduce presenters." Mark Perigard in the Boston Herald commented that Gervais returned "armed only with tired quips about Mel Gibson, Eddie Murphy and Kim Kardashian -- celebs who just happened to be nowhere in the vicinity." The Associated Press sent out a review of the show by its film critic, Christy Lemire, headed, "A Tamer Gervais Leads Predictable Golden Globes." Frazier Moore, The Wire service's TV writer, commented in a separate review that the show "was a crushing disappointment for anyone eagerly awaiting what naughtiness Ricky Gervais would have up his sleeve." New York magazine's Willa Paskin and Amanda Dobbins wrote on the magazine's Vulture.com website, "We were promised no-fear joke bombs, and all we got were jibes about how he 'could say anything he wanted,' though apparently all he wanted to say was pretty inoffensive." On the other hand, Chicago Tribune reporter Steve Johnson wrote that in his third effort at hosting the Golden Globes, "Gervais got it just right. ... The public got sharp-tongued comedy that took some of the stuffing out of the event." And Alessandra Stanley in The New York Times observed that Gervais did unleash "a spray of insults with more than the usual amount of innuendo about the sexuality of stars." However, she added, "his audience didn't seem that amused, but they didn't look scandalized either."
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Actor/comedian Don Rickles is in mourning following the death of his only son.
The Toy Story star pulled out of his performances at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Florida towards the end of last month (Nov11) after citing the illness of a close family member, and now it's emerged Larry Rickles died of pneumonia complications and respiratory failure on 3 December (11).
He passed away in Los Angeles at the age of 41, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Larry Rickles was born in 1970 and went on to become a writer for the popular U.S. sitcom Murphy Brown. He also received an Emmy Award in 2008 for his TV documentary on his comedian father, Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project.
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Andy (Morris) is getting ready to go to university, so the toys are preparing to be deposited in the attic. But a mix-up sees Woody (Hanks), Buzz (Allen) and pals sent instead to Sunnyside Daycare, an apparently happy place with no end of children to play with them. Except they're put in the terrible 2's room. And the leader of the Sunnyside toys, Lots-o-Huggin Bear (Beatty) is more like a prison warden. After a series of adventures, the toys must plot an elaborate escape.
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