Tuesday, 14 May 2013
It seems like Pixar are going for a scarier feel then you may be use to from the original trilogy but if Pixar are in charge it will no doubt have the same intelligent humor that will satisfy the thirst of parents and their children. Susman went on to say: "We've gotten to see a lot of development in Woody and in Buzz and we felt it was Jesse's turn to really show some growth." With the attention on Joan Cusack's cowgirl Jessie, it will be nice to see Pixar change their perspective. The hoards of fans, and lets be honest that should be everyone that has ever watched any of the trilogy, will be tuning into their boxes to see how their favourite toys have been getting on without Andy. No doubt Pixar will be pardoing the likes of Psycho, Alien and The Shining in their typical fans. It is sure to leave people wanting more, so would Pixar make a fourth? The third installment finished off the trilogy in beautiful fashion, leaving everyone with a sense of fulfillment but maybe the financial gains of a fourth film could tempt Pixar? After all they went and Cars 2 for nothing other then financial gain.