Pixar's People At Play With Ideas In 'Toy Story 3'

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010
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"Ultimately, we wanted to treat this third film like the completion of a saga, as if we had been telling one grand story of the course of the three films," Unkrich says. "So what we arrived at was that it was vital to have Andy grown up and be at that transition where the toys were no longer being needed or wanted or loved."

 

Unkrich and Arndt join NPR's Terry Gross for a wide-ranging discussion about the Toy Story trilogy, which is streaming right now here.

 

If you haven't yet made your way to the Oakland Museum to see Pixar's 25th Anniversary exhibit, take a look at what you're missing in our review.

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