New ‘Toy Story’ Images Invade Net
Fanboy Fix: ‘Toy Story’ Short, New Jason Bourne and ‘Inception’ in 3D
New Toy Story images? But … how? We previously told you that Pixar has created a new short film featuring the characters from Toy Story to play before Cars 2 this summer. The short will follow Ken and Barbie as they unsuccessfully plan a trip to Hawaii, only to have all the other toys band together to give those love-birds the “pretend” vacation of their dreams. Watch it on the big screen this June 24th, and check out both new images over at Entertainment Weekly, one of which you can see in this post.
Who Will Be the New Jason Bourne?
Well, actually, no one. They won’t be using the character of Jason Bourne in the next Bourne-related movie, The Bourne Legacy, which sounds weird, but apparently they have a plan – one that may include bringing Matt Damon back for future installments. The story for this film will remain in a world that includes Bourne, but will follow the adventures of another character. That character is currently being cast, and a lot of familiar dudes are being looked at, according to Variety and Deadline.
They include (deep breath), Kellan Lutz, Taylor Kitsch, Tobey Maguire, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Garrett Hedlund. Joel Edgerton, Josh Hartnett, Paul Dano, Michael Pitt, Oscar Isaac, Michael Fassbender, Luke Evans, Alex Pettyfer, Benjamin Walker.
Any thoughts on which guy you’d like to see take over the franchise?
‘Inception’ May Be Converted to 3D
It seems like the perfect film for 3D, though Christopher Nolan was adamant from the start that he didn’t want Inception to be in 3D, and the same goes for The Dark Knight Rises. However, with conversion technology getting better and better, it seems like his mind may be changing. While conducting an interview with Battle: Los Angeles director Jonathan Liebsman, he let slip to Cinematical that Nolan was converting Inception to 3D.
While he could’ve been mistaken, it was a very interesting piece of info that we didn’t have before. When reached for comment, Warner Bros. refused to make a comment, which leads many to believe they’re playing coy until they’re able to make a big, splashy announcement. No word on whether the 3D conversion would be for the big screen, the DVD or both, but I know I’d be down for re-watching that sucker in 3D. You?
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