Pixar studio president Jim Morris has revealed 'Toy Story 4' will be a ''romantic comedy'' and not a continuation to the previous three films.
'Toy Story 4' will be a ''romantic comedy''.
Pixar studio president Jim Morris has revealed that the sequel to the animated children's film will be separate from the films that have come before it and will be a ''love story''.
Speaking to Disney Latino, according to SlashFilm, he said: ''The third movie ended in a beautiful way and completed a trilogy. I think this movie is not part of this trilogy. It is a separate story, which in turn I do not know if will be continued. Never begin a project with that in mind.
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Pixar Animation Studios has announced they are making a fourth 'Toy Story' film with the first two instalment's director John Lasseter on board to helm the project.
Pixar have announced they are making 'Toy Story 4'.
The animation studio has revealed they are planning a fourth instalment in the popular franchise following on from the success of 'Toy Story 3' in 2010, eleven years after 'Toy Story 2' was released in 1999 and fifteen years after the original 'Toy Story' in 1995.
John Lasseter - who directed the first two films - is onboard to take the helm of the next instalment, which will open a new chapter in the lives of characters Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang.
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British independent drama 'The King's Speech' has gained the most nominations at this year's Academy Awards, being named in 12 categories.
The 'King's Speech' leads the nominations at the 83rd Academy Awards with nods in 12 categories.
Among the Oscars the Tom Hooper-directed drama is up for are Best Picture, Best Actor for Colin Firth - who plays late British monarch King George VI - and Best Supporting Actress for Helena Bonham Carter.
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Lee Unkrich and Los Angeles Film Critics Association - Darla K. Anderson, Lee Unkrich Century City, California - The 36th Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards held at the InterContinental Hotel - Arrivals Saturday 15th January 2011