maxxie03
http://blogs.disneylatino.com/disney-news/2014/12/16/jim-morris-revela-los-secretos-de-pixar/
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Gray Catbird
Yes that one is crazy! It's been out since December yet no one seems to have noticed it says stuff we've never heard before...
In case it's hard to decipher, Jim Morris is basically saying (basing myself on my knowledge of French and Google translate) that he would not consider Toy Story 4 to be part of the original trilogy (!) Rather, he says it is a "romantic comedy", and its focus isn't so much on the relation of toys and children.

I'm getting a bad PotC 4 vibe from this :/ ... As in, they've done their trilogy and now they try a standalone to start over... Nevertheless I guess that does not mean anything since this is Pixar we're talking about and all three Toy Story were great (unlike PotC).


Also question: did you get the link from Pixar Wiki? [wink] I had posted yesterday on Pixar Wiki a translation of the parts I find most significant:

"We are creating a great story. It is not a continuation of the end of Toy Story 3. It starts as one, but it will be a love story. It will be a romantic comedy. There will not be so much focus on the interaction between the characters and children."

"The third film was a beautiful way to complete a trilogy. I don't think this film is part of this trilogy. It is a separate story, but I don't know if it will have a continuation. We don't start a project with that in mind."
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maxxie03
No, I didn't find it on Wikipedia. A friend of mine shared the link on Facebook. 
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Gray Catbird
Okay thanks!
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Ultimate iPad Expert
Really interesting see this piece of news. From what it sounds, being that it's apparently not considered part of the trilogy, would that employ that it's not going to be called Toy Story 4? Are they going to give it a different name? I don't think the name Toy Story 4 was ever actually official. I mean, Monsters University was originally called Monsters, Inc. 2 when it was first announced and they could just be using the name until they have an official name. Just a thought.

It is interesting to hear that it doesn't focus on the child and toy relationship. If so, why did they make it a Toy Story sequel. They could have created new character in a new world. This would seem to imply that the romantic relationship is with some of the specific characters.
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Bonnie
If it's not going to be part of the original trilogy, follow the same themes or be the same type of movie as the original why aren't they just making it a new IP? It sounds like Cars 2 all over again; a complete genre switch with a connection to an existing universe that does nothing but make people worry. 

I'm not sure if anyone else has guessed this on his forum, but I'm going to call it now, the story is about Bo Peep coming back. That's the only thing I can think that would require they do this story in the Toy Story universe. 

That, or the story is between Woody and a Mira Nova doll. [tongue]
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PIX-R.113
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Originally Posted by Gray Catbird 
...he would not consider Toy Story 4 to be part of the original trilogy (!) Rather, he says it is a "romantic comedy...


Wow! I did not expect that!
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mynameiskhannie
If it's not part of the trilogy, nor is it about humans or toys, then what is it? A comedy about Buster?

I think the story really is about Bo Peep and Woody.
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Ultimate iPad Expert
mynameiskhannie wrote:
If it's not part of the trilogy, nor is it about humans or toys, then what is it? A comedy about Buster?

I think the story really is about Bo Peep and Woody.


That does make the most sense, although I'm serious as to how they would meet up again. Perhaps one of Bonnie's friends owns Bo Peep now? Also, I'm really curious to see Pixar do a romantic comedy, since the romantic aspect of their films is never really that big of a part.
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Bonnie
Technically, romance was a pretty big element in WALL-E. 

That film, of course, had the advantage of being made with romance in mind, so the characters were made so they could get together at the end. Toy Story was not. 

Actually, looking back, presuming they are using Bo again...what was the reason Bo and Woody were together? All I remember from their interaction was "LET'S KISS!" over and over and then Bo ditching him the second Buzz showed up. 
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Ultimate iPad Expert
Bonnie wrote:
Technically, romance was a pretty big element in WALL-E. That film, of course, had the advantage of being made with romance in mind, so the characters were made so they could get together at the end. Toy Story was not.

Oh, I forgot about Wall-E. Romance was definitely a big part of that story. I really hope they pull this new film out, but I doubt they wouldn't make it if they didn't think it would work. Especially with Toy Story 3 ending the series perfectly.


Bonnie wrote:

Actually, looking back, presuming they are using Bo again...what was the reason Bo and Woody were together? All I remember from their interaction was "LET'S KISS!" over and over and then Bo ditching him the second Buzz showed up.

There relationship wasn't much of anything in the first film. Possibly they had more of relationship before the first film.
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PIX-R.113
This is one confusing news article, hopefully D23 Expo will shed some light on the story. [Cool_zpsf7e1371b]
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Vellerie
Bonnie wrote:
Technically, romance was a pretty big element in WALL-E. 

That film, of course, had the advantage of being made with romance in mind, so the characters were made so they could get together at the end. Toy Story was not. 

Actually, looking back, presuming they are using Bo again...what was the reason Bo and Woody were together? All I remember from their interaction was "LET'S KISS!" over and over and then Bo ditching him the second Buzz showed up. 


Yeah, this really makes me hope it's not Woody and Bo. Plus it'd be nice if it were something less obvious, as everyone would (and does) think of them when "Toy Story Romance" comes up.

I feel weird about this whole thing. No exploration of human and toy relationships? But the first three did that! True, the toys' relationships with one another were important too, but I kind of liked the overarching themes revolving around the children like growing up, their abandonment of toys, etc. It's nice that it is going to be separate from the original trilogy though, kinda like the shorts I guess. I also wonder why they have the urge to do a romantic comedy with Toy story specifically rather than make an original film with it.
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Luis504170
I'm still gathering my thoughts on Toy Story 4, when I first heard the announcment I was not very stoked. The whole love story thing doesn't get me any more excited either. I guess I'll just have to wait, I mean it's Pixar after all, but there is WAAAYY to much pressure surrounding this project. And John Lassetter, he's awesome but sometimes his decisions are not for me. I'm still a dedicated fan and I will still watch this Pixar offering for June 2017 the first DAY it comes out.
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Ultimate iPad Expert
Vellerie wrote:
Yeah, this really makes me hope it's not Woody and Bo. Plus it'd be nice if it were something less obvious, as everyone would (and does) think of them when "Toy Story Romance" comes up. I feel weird about this whole thing. No exploration of human and toy relationships? But the first three did that! True, the toys' relationships with one another were important too, but I kind of liked the overarching themes revolving around the children like growing up, their abandonment of toys, etc. It's nice that it is going to be separate from the original trilogy though, kinda like the shorts I guess. I also wonder why they have the urge to do a romantic comedy with Toy story specifically rather than make an original film with it.

It is quite weird that they decided to make this film, especially as part of the Toy Story franchise. If their's not a child/toy relationship, then it doesn't really need to be a Toy Story film, but I trust Pixar. They apparently just couldn't help but make this film, because they like the premise so much, so I guess it fits in the story somehow.

Luis504170 wrote:
I'm still gathering my thoughts on Toy Story 4, when I first heard the announcment I was not very stoked. The whole love story thing doesn't get me any more excited either. I guess I'll just have to wait, I mean it's Pixar after all, but there is WAAAYY to much pressure surrounding this project. And John Lassetter, he's awesome but sometimes his decisions are not for me. I'm still a dedicated fan and I will still watch this Pixar offering for June 2017 the first DAY it comes out.


We'll all go see it on opening day regardless. [Smug_zpsbec03801]


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