Toy Story 3 eh, Watered Down?

Although it's not been officially confirmed, it looks like they've chosen a director for the Pixar-less Toy Story 3. Let's hope it's not true. According to IMDB, the only "movies" this guy has directed is The Lion King 1½, The Hunchback of Notre Dame II, and Pocahontas II. With all that to his credit, they'd probably get a better result if the movie didn't have a director.

Better yet, they should get somebody from Jerry Bruckheimer's stable to direct it. After all, Bruckheimer's produced almost all of Disney's successful movies in the past couple years (besides Pixar movies, of course).

And now for the trailer park:

Here's more proof that Disney's lost it. Lindsay Lohan stars in a new movie with the beloved bug, Herbie.

As usual, Will Ferrell is funny. But this time, it's Mike Ditka and little kids that are forcing him to whine, Kicking and Screaming.

Yes, this one has Keanu Reeves doing his normal thing again. But the animation mixed with live action in this trailer was what caught my attention.

Not only does this trailer to The Hitchhicker's Guide To The Galaxy make me want to go read the book and see the movie, it also serves as a hilarious definition of a what a movie trailer is supposed to be.

And finally, of course, head over to to get your first look at the final trailer for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. I just watched it twice in a row and then went through it frame-by-frame.

Oh, and I just found this short film of Batman created by a bunch of animation students. But instead of creating a regular Batman film, they rendered it so that it looked like it was all made of LEGOs. And it looks cool.


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