'Monsters University' Clips: And You Thought YOU Looked Scary in the Morning!
Whomever is picking the music to back the various Monsters University trailers and clips is doing a bang up job. Between Andrew W.K.’s “Party Hard” and the techno dance track backing this new clip “It All Began Here,” Pixar is establishing an upbeat party vibe for its anticipated prequel … and that’s something we can get behind!
Here’s the new clip, where Mike (Billy Crystal) meets Sulley (John Goodman) in college:
But why stop there? With Monsters heading to theaters soon, the studio has decided to release yet another clip, “First Morning,” which gives us 41 seconds of an actual scene from the movie:
Mike as a stable boy, romancing a princess? That one-eyed ball of anxiety sure dreams big!
In Monsters University, Pixar brings audiences back to the early days of our favorite scare technicians, to show how they met, started as rivals, and became lifelong friens. If, that is, they can survive the Scare Games … and get past the wicked Dean Hardscrabble (Helen Mirren).
The prequel reaches theaters on June 21. Have you grabbed your tickets yet?
Sean is a film journalist who has covered the industry since 1998. He's a regular film reviewer for The Washington Post and a daily contributor to Movies.com and Fandango, Senior Film Critic for AMC's FilmCritic.com, a contributor to USA Today, and the Arts & Entertainment Editor for the Carolina Weekly Newspaper Group. He is a longstanding member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS), and the Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA). As the father of two bustling boys, Sean's often exhausted but impossibly happy and immeasurably proud.
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