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Timothy Dalton Joins TOY STORY 3?? Plus More Plot Details Revealed...

Merrick here...
JoBlo has a bit of information about TOY STORY 3, some of which is gleaned from comments made by John Lassater during a recent animation thingie overseas. Timothy Dalton will voice Mr. Pricklepants in TS3; his character is described as being "a thespian hedgehog toy". Apparently, an as-yet-unreleased trailer for the film has provided more insight to what the movie's actually about. We've already heard many indications that TOY STORY 3 would carry something of an emotional charge (a la the first thirty minutes of UP) - the holocuastic plot described below supports this notion.


plot details were revealed at the conference that I certainly hadn’t heard thus far. Supposedly the catalyst to set things in motion is that the toys are thrown away by Andy’s mom after he heads off to college, and eventually they end up at a day care center where they’re abused by toddlers. They must band together (with some new toys, thespian hedgehogs presumably included) to figure out a way escape, and hopefully find a new (or old) owner.

...says JoBlo HERE, where you can find a few more details. TOY STORY 3 is scheduled to hit theaters next Summer, after a 3-D re-release of the first two films (starting later this year).

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  • Sept. 10, 2009, noon CST


    by Nerd_Rage_Retard_Strength

  • Sept. 10, 2009, noon CST


    by Snikkar124

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:01 p.m. CST

    noooooooooo. Dalton rules all

    by Snikkar124

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:03 p.m. CST

    Hmm, I want a DANGER MOUSE movie- done by PIXAR

    by YackBacker

    and voiced by Timothy Dalton as Danger Mouse. And maybe Nick Frost as Penfold. Who's with me?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:06 p.m. CST

    I would like something original...anything will do!

    by Snikkar124

    a mentaly handicaped mouse on some kind of adventure?no thats mickey...

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:07 p.m. CST

    Dalton was an okay Bond....

    by DickJones

    I'd love to see a wise Morgan Freeman toy or a zany Christopher Walken toy someday in Toy Story.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:13 p.m. CST


    by Jews4Jesus

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:14 p.m. CST

    Snikkar124, i did that on purpose

    by Nerd_Rage_Retard_Strength

    to stop people from yelling "first!"

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:17 p.m. CST


    by Jews4Jesus

    Merrick, this is Aint It Fucking Cool News. Their first article is an interview with Elijah Wood for Fuck's sake. Jesus Christ..

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:21 p.m. CST

    Yeah, that's just like the holocaust


  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:21 p.m. CST

    Micheal Keaton's in this

    by Series7

    Its gonna be awesome!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:21 p.m. CST

    I hate Toy Story 2

    by disfigurehead

    But i do want to see TS3.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:24 p.m. CST


    by Series7

    I'd be down for that Danger Mouse movie, after Pixar makes the Mario Brothers film.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:28 p.m. CST

    As much as I enjoyed...

    by cheyne_stoking_DMS

    'Licence to Kill' it was a weak Bond flick. It really didn't have the Bond feel to it.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:35 p.m. CST

    Losing the gay couple angle?

    by Mgmax

    I mean Toy Story was always really about a gay couple fighting over the affection of their adopted son-- one an astronaut, one a cowboy, kind of like the Village People-- but now they're running a day care center? Doesn't seem to have the same emotional charge that all America responded to, of the difficulty of being a gay couple in America today.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:42 p.m. CST


    by SachMan

    Sorry just could not help but aggree that Danger Mouse would be an AWSOME idea, but I`d have to disagree with Timothy Dalton as the Voice cos David Jason IS Danger Mouse and will always be Danger Mouse. Saying that I`ve Never seen David Jason in a Hollywood movie EVER and i really think that as one of Britans GREATEST and most comedic and Iconic actors when is his time gonna come? I mean the Guy has graced British TV with Great Characters such as Del Boy From Only Fools and Horeses and Detecive Frost, and lets not forget Open all hours and the Terry Prattchett adaptations. I`ve been waiting to trow his name in there coz Like Hughe Lurie and Atkinson (Mr Bean) he is well up there with British talent and I feel US Casting Director have well overlooked him. DAVID JASON DANGER MOUSE HAVE IT!!!! P.S Tim Dalton MOST UNDERRATED BOND EVER!!! LIVING DAYLIGHT AND LICENCE TO KILL PISS ON ANY BOND FILM THAT HAS COME OUT IN THE LAST 12 YRS, BOND DIED WITH GOLDENEYE AS GOLDENEYE WAS THE LAST TRUE BOND. (Poor Pierce Good actor for the part but given such rubbish material after that film, I had hoped he had one more in him to go out with a bang)

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:43 p.m. CST

    DAVID JASON was also

    by Series7

    Count Duckula, thats pretty fokkin awesome.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:48 p.m. CST

    kinda negates the entire 2 films before...

    by Six Demon Bag

    that andy and toys would be together forever....and not forgotten...

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:50 p.m. CST

    Timothy Dalton is the man

    by kwisatzhaderach

    And Sachman is completely correct, The Living Daylights was the last great Bond movie.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:51 p.m. CST

    Ijust hope they are adding some marvel action figures.

    by DerLanghaarige

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 12:55 p.m. CST

    I hope Michael Keaton's career is revived...

    by TheWaqman

    God I miss that guy. And also Dalton is great too. I hated Toy Story 2 so I'm skeptical on this. And I'm also sad that Pixar is lining up sequels now after they were on a string of successful IPs back to back to back.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1 p.m. CST

    by DoctorWho?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:03 p.m. CST

    Hated Toy Story 2???

    by DoctorWho?

    I mean, to each his own but I thought that was damn near a perfect bit of storytelling. Not one superflous moment.<p> And yes Dalton rules all.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:03 p.m. CST

    Six Demon Bag...Not sure that was ever the point...

    by DreadPirateRoberts

    I don't remember it ever being implied that they would always be together and never forgotten. As a matter of fact, in the second film Woody and Buzz argue about exactly this point, and it is put out there that the future is uncertain for a toy, but being a toy in the present is what they are all about and they will cross the bridge of "what about when Andy grows up" in the future when it comes. Well, it's come.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:09 p.m. CST

    So in this movie, the nazis will be portrayed by

    by AlienDragQueen

    toddlers. Sure.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:10 p.m. CST

    Dalton is Doctor Who's new master!!!

    by Drsambeckett1984

    An awesome actor who never seems to be in anything these days, clad he is having a career resurgance. Cannot wait to see him in Doctor Who at Christmas. Worried about Toy Story 3 though

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:10 p.m. CST

    Toy Story 2 just didn't do it for me...

    by TheWaqman

    but I am loving the voice lineup for this film. Dalton and Keaton alone will own.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:16 p.m. CST

    Dalton does not exist in this dojo

    by Cobra--Kai

    "Tell me more about this Houdini."<p> "Freeze you bloody b'stards!"<p> "You're playing with fire Aura."<p> Can John Lasseter just sample those lines from FLASH and drop them into TOY STORY 3? Fuck it, write the whole story around Dalton's dialogue for the big win.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:27 p.m. CST

    Wow hated toy story 2!!!! Really

    by Lovecraftfan

    I am a little bit speechless. I thought it was a fantastic bit of storytelling

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:48 p.m. CST

    That is a great premise!

    by Royston Lodge

    Toys don't stay together once the kid grows up. They're sold at garage sales, auctioned off on eBay, and (as per the above synopsis) donated to Goodwill where they end up at daycares and/or doctors' office waiting rooms.<p> That being said, the inevitable happy ending where all the toys get to stay together in the care of a new or old owner is silly.<p> Once toys are given away, the game's up. They're gonna be dispersed to the four corners of the toy world.<p> The only way they'd stay together would be if their owner is a total geek who packs them up and stores them in the attic (away from mother's meddling hands) when he goes away to college, with the intention of bringing them out of retirement once he's got a bitchin' apartment of his own!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:54 p.m. CST

    "It wasn't lies, Jenny. It vas acting,"

    by ISleptWithKathyBatesAndAllThatIGotWasThisStupidTalkbackName

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:57 p.m. CST

    The worst Bond in the known Multi-Verse!

    by ganymede3010

    What in fuck is he doing in Toy Story?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 1:57 p.m. CST


    by The_Ad_Wizard_Who_Came_Up_With_This_One

    holocuastic, Lassater - jesus, Merrick, read your stuff at least once before posting.<p> But we get a much needed Beaks lite period around here, so it doesn't really matter. Even if your articles were completely unintelligible this sight would still be awesome, if only for the lack of that guy.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 2:11 p.m. CST

    +1 for the DANGER MOUSE movie!!!!

    by TiPPiDa

    "CRUMBS D.M.!!!!". <P> Im also all for incorporating Flash Gordon dialogue into TS3.. <P> Good luck fitting "I knew you were up to something, though I'll confess I hadn't thought of necrophilia" into a kids movie.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 2:26 p.m. CST

    Dalton's Bond was ahead of it's time

    by Lone Fox

    He played it similar to how Craig does now. His two Bond movies weren't outstanding, but he was. ..... Think I just had myself a little Dalton sex wee.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 2:27 p.m. CST

    I agree Lovecraftfan TOY STORY 2 was awesome!

    by Tacom

    It's up there TESB and Godfather II as the best sequels ever for me. I love the two parallel stories with Woody kidnapped and Buzz leading the other toys to rescue him. The Zurg stuff was especially great.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 2:34 p.m. CST

    Hasn't this story been done before?

    by Marvolo7

    Remember the Brave Little Toaster? Objects set off on a journey to find their "master". I am scared for Toy Story 3 now...very scared

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 2:39 p.m. CST

    Lone Fox is right

    by Drsambeckett1984

    In many ways Dalton played Bond better than anyone else, he was the James Bond that Ian Flemming envisioned, unlike Craig who people seem to think is most like the bond of the novels, except Craig is just a thug who kills, not exactly a sophisticated spy!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 2:50 p.m. CST

    Buddy Toy Cop Spin Off

    by paddington

    Where Dalton's up tight british toy has to team up Keaton's let it all hang out american toy to take down some toy drug lord of some sort. Box office gold right there!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:08 p.m. CST

    Dalton was an okay Bond..

    by odo19

    but neither of his movies were very good imo. He was a good placeholder for a Craig Style Bond until he showed up though. The worst was easily Moore and the best of course is Connery.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:09 p.m. CST

    up made me sob in the first ten minutes

    by mynamesdan

    and left me numb for the following eighty. why is this?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:20 p.m. CST

    Holocaust ?

    by corplhicks

    First off, learn to spell the word holocaust. Second I think you need a history lesson.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:21 p.m. CST

    I think Craig is very much like the literary Bond.

    by Royston Lodge

    I object to the assertion that Craig's Bond is too much of a thug compared to the literary Bond.<p> From my readins, the literary Bond is first-and-foremost an assasin. This comes out especially in the For Your Eyes Only short stories. The first few paragraphs of From A View To A Kill, where Bond's internal monologue is about the comparative merits of Parisian prostitutes compared to prostitures in other cities, does not strike the reader as particularly sophisticated. It's a shock just to imagine Bond ever needing to hire a prostitute to get his rocks off!<p> When sophistication is called for, Craig's Bond certainly lives up to the standard set by the literary Bond. Craig wears his tuxedo well, and looks super-cool behind the wheel of an Aston Martin.<p> If anything, I think Dalton's Bond was MORE hard-boiled than the literary Bond. Dalton's Bond was still an archtypical "hard-boiled action hero with honour". The literary Bond is way LESS honourable than Dalton's Bond was. The literary Bond can also be quite sloppy at times, falling for obvious traps and getting the shit kicked out of him. Live And Let Die has some good examples.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:33 p.m. CST

    Timothy Dalton is underrated

    by Ray Gamma

    I hope this news indicates renewed interest in Dalton in movies, he's been MIA for some time. "Freeze! You bloody bastards!"

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:35 p.m. CST

    Dalton was great in TLD

    by Lou Stools's a classic Bond flick that I put in my top ten. But, like Craig, Dalton was saddled with an awful second film (which, ironically enough, was remade as QOS).

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:37 p.m. CST


    by Ray Gamma

    That's great news about Timothy Dalton taking over as The Master in Dr Who. I have a feeling that Stephen Moffat's version of Doctor Who is going to be considerably darker and more adult. Even the new sidekick looks like she belongs in the seventies.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:38 p.m. CST

    Whatever you do...

    by cheyne_stoking_DMS

    don't step foot into the Michael Jackson thread. There's some pipe bombs going off and shit...

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:41 p.m. CST

    Yack, I'll join the Dangermouse Crusade!

    by Puddleglum

    Holy shite, U used to love that show. I owned most of it on DVD now. Still awesome. <p> As for TS3, I'm sure it'll be better than most everything else coming to theaters, especially in its genre and target demographic, but show me a REAL trailer and I'll start getting excited.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:52 p.m. CST

    Dalton owned Hot Fuzz

    by Kief_Ledger

    That guy has some comedic chops.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:56 p.m. CST

    hands off

    by emeraldboy

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 3:57 p.m. CST

    hands off

    by emeraldboy


  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:02 p.m. CST

    I would agree

    by Turingtestee

    Toy Story 2 is one of the top tier sequels. Builds properly on the first one without repeating any of it.<P> I Love Pixar . . . but I dont want them doing anything but their own original stuff. No Marvel.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:16 p.m. CST

    Feeling better about this with the new details

    by daggor

    After hearing about the "at a day care" plotline, I wasn't too happy. Andy would never give away Buzz and Woody. Andy's mom wouldn't intentionally either, would she? She refused to sell Woody at the yard sale because he was a "family toy." I'm hoping it's just another mix-up and they find Andy eventually. Or Sid Phillips hacks Andy's mom to bits.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:19 p.m. CST

    who cares about literary Bond

    by TakingScorpiosCalls

    We're talking CINEMATIC Bond, not LITERARY Bond. Two different mediums with their own strengths.

  • i am not kidding.i and my brother,were calling him the baron,behind his back ofc.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:23 p.m. CST

    Dalton isn't confirmed as The Master, AFAIK

    by Royston Lodge

    As far as any of the articles I've read go, Timothy Dalton will indeed appear in Doctor Who, but it's not confirmed he's playing The Master. In the leaked photo he's wearing Time Lord robes, hinting that he might be a member of the High Council. Does that mean that Gallifrey still exists, or just that a High Council member managed to survive the war?<p> Who knows?<p> I doubt he's the next iteration of The Master, since that would mean The Master is getting older as he regenerates, which is contrary to how it's worked in the past.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:25 p.m. CST

    I care, dammit!

    by Royston Lodge

    Ever since those little bears paid me a visit and taught me a lesson about how important it is to care, I care!!!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:26 p.m. CST

    I love you DANGER MOUSE fans!

    by YackBacker

    Merrick, what can we do with this groundswell of DM love? Any ideas?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:27 p.m. CST

    Dalton, furthermore...

    by Royston Lodge

    ... the most popular rumour on the UK interwebs is apparently that Dalton plays The Doctor's father...

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:34 p.m. CST

    Dalton's character is named "The Narrator"

    by Royston Lodge

    According to this link:<p><p> Another story claims that Roger Moore also wants to do a Doctor Who guest appearance.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:47 p.m. CST

    I still think Dalton will be the master

    by Drsambeckett1984

    If you have heard Daltons dialogue from ' the end of time' it certainly sounds like the Master to me. With the Doctor being so young when he regenerates into Matt Smith it makes sense to make the Master older. In the subject Of Bond, I agree in the books he is foremost an assasin, however he has an elegance, a mass of snobbery Craig isn't capable of. He may be arrogant in the role, but the literary 007 was never as bullish.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:54 p.m. CST

    He's the greatest! He's fantastic!

    by savagedave

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:54 p.m. CST

    Wherever there is danger he'll be there!

    by savagedave

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:55 p.m. CST

    Dangermouse! Powerhouse!

    by savagedave

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 4:56 p.m. CST

    That is one talking animal movie I would support

    by savagedave

    All the others can fuck right off.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:12 p.m. CST

    savagedave! I knew you'd be a fan

    by YackBacker

    Can Disney handle a new mouse as their major rodent? Fucking a, they should retire Mickey for good. WTF does he do anymore? He's like Liz Taylor... all painkillers and perfume for that bag of shit mouse.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:20 p.m. CST

    Mickey Mouse hasn't been front-and-centre for a long time.

    by Royston Lodge

    Disney doesn't use him much in their marketing at all. Tinkerbell is really their animated mascot now. These days, Mickey is just a guy in a mouse costume at Walt Disney World.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:22 p.m. CST

    I prefer the original idea

    by supertoyslast

    On the Ultimate Toy Box DVD set, Lasseter said that an idea they were saving for a possible third film was that Andy would grow up and the toys would have to face the fate off all playthings - being outgrown and discarded. But, in the end, they would be donated to a kindergarten where there would always be new children who would fulfil their purpose - to be played with. This being the toy version of heaven, I thought this would be a suitable end. The day care centre turning out to be hell for toys is just Tin Toy writ large and (at first sight) seems less satisfying. Surely if the toys search for a new owner they will be condemned to repeat the same fate of being outgrown?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:22 p.m. CST

    This 'apocalypitc' storyline troubles me a bit

    by ol' painless

    It turns Andy into everything Woody feared Andy would become in TOY STORY 2: an uncaring, fickle little jerk who gets rid of the toys that love him on a whim. And quite franly, it turns his mother into a bit of a monster. Love the name "Mr Pricklepants", though.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:25 p.m. CST

    supertoyslast: The problem with that idea is...

    by Royston Lodge

    ... the toys in kindergarten class always sucked!<p> "I call the Flintstone Phone!"

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:28 p.m. CST

    Personally, I think the best compromise is...

    by Royston Lodge

    ...a bittersweet ending.<p>The toys are donated to charity, and they all get split up, which is sad.<p> But, they all go to different homes and are given new life when the disadvantaged boys and girls they end up with play with them. Yay!<p> Which would be a great life lesson about how growing up is bittersweet. You win some and you lose some.<p> Sha la la la!<p> Sit UBU sit. Good dog.<p> Woof!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:28 p.m. CST

    New premise?

    by MandrakeRoot

    I thought this idea had been floating around for a while, no? I could swear I remember reading about the Andy goes to college/ toys go to a daycare. Well either way I'm glad this is the route there going with it, it's very logical and is ripe for some great themes.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:29 p.m. CST

    Royston, ironcically the Sideshow ad that came up just now

    by YackBacker

    Is Mickey Mouse cosbaby toys. Mickey is the symbol of Disney, he just happens to be walking around the Magic Kingdom with nothing to do. He's like the Queen of England.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:33 p.m. CST

    Who wants to bet that a marvel "toy" will appear in TS3?

    by finky089

    You know they will somehow. Lasseter said he was excited thinking about the possibility of a Pixar/Marvel crossover. How could those guys resist. <p> I foresee a Buzz Lightyear vs Iron Man toy easter egg on the DVD.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:47 p.m. CST

    Anyone professing to hate TOY STORY 2

    by ol' painless

    With respect, but you are out of your ever-lovin' MINDS. I cannot stand by and see one of the greatest kids movies ever made to be denigrated in such a casual fashion. To TB'ers who do, I urge you to watch it again, then come back here and tell me WHY you hate it. Please find a gap in the armour of this perfect film, if you dare. Prepare to be proven wrong, though. And to repent your sins.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 5:56 p.m. CST

    I like Dalton

    by darthvedder81

    No not the one from "Road House." I like Pixar casting non-obvious celebrities. Tim Dalton was great in Rocketeer.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:06 p.m. CST


    by fullrotor

    They can have a touching, emotional scene at the end, with the toys in the place toys usually end up: rotting in a landfill, covered in plastic bags filled with diapers and half-eaten grilled cheese sandwiches.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:17 p.m. CST

    These toys are stalking Andy!

    by Onin Solstice

    Is there a life after the toys get thrown out? I assume they either get taken by a new loving owner or somehow Andy takes them back and just keeps them in his closet as he goes on with life. Seriously, what do these toys want? The kid had to grow pubes eventually.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:19 p.m. CST

    DM and Penfold FTW! Hell yeah a Danger Mouse

    by SID 8.0

    Movie would be fantastic. Mr. Pricklepants? Okay I'll check it out.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:20 p.m. CST

    The Dalton from Roadhouse aint too shabby either.

    by odo19

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:23 p.m. CST

    Dalton should BE the new Dr Who !!!!!!

    by Big Dumb Ape

    Screw being a guest star. I've been saying this for months. They should have HIRED Dalton to BE the new Doctor Who. How fucking cool would THAT have been? You'd get someone with some star power in the role (to follow up on the huge success than Tennant has been) and we'd get a Doctor that is older, wiser and more like the Pertwee era. So it would have made for great casting and given all-new life to the series.<p>Not to mention the new guy looks like ass. Seriously, I have yet to see one publicity still of Matt Smith where he doesn't look horrible. He's about as UN-leading man as you can get.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:29 p.m. CST

    Best Bond ever

    by pumaman

    Dalton was superb as a dry humorless James Bond in the two films he made , and guess what- he got savaged by the critics for his portrayal, because the public wanted a wise cracking smartass, not a gritty no-nonsense agent. Guess what , years later we get Daniel Craig ,with all the personality of a boiled potato , but playing Bond as a dry humorless machine and all of a sudden Bond Is back ! Dalton was great in Flash Gordon too as the Prince , not to mention his excellent store manager in Hot Fuzz.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:32 p.m. CST

    Fantasy casting for next Doctor Who

    by Royston Lodge

    (Of course, some are unavailable, but I don't care.)<p> Timothy Dalton<p> Robert Carlyle<p> Rupert Grint<p> Hugh Laurie<p> Dylan Moran<p> Chris Barrie<p> Martin Freeman<p>

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:34 p.m. CST


    by jaysin420

    So Buzz Lightyear is now in the business of killing Nazis?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:39 p.m. CST

    Exactly what I thought would happen...

    by longawayy

    Asked my four year old if he wanted to see a new Woody & Buzz movie. Excited, "Yessss!" "What if Andy grew up, and his mom gave the toys away?" "Oh no! Why would she do that, Dad?" "But they go to stay at a daycare." "Mine?" "Not yours, but similar to yours." "Yay! Then what happens?" "Well... the little boys and girls play very hard with them, and the toys don't like it, so they try to leave and find a new owner who will love them like Andy." *sniffle* "What's wrong?" *sobbing starts* "My toys at school are going to run away?!" "No, they're not. It's just a movie, buddy." "YES THEY WILL! WE PLAY HARD DADDY!" "Come on, relax. It's ju..." "DAD! WE HAVE WOODY AND BUZZ AND JESSIE AT OUR SCHOOL! THEY WANT TO LEAVE!" Yeah, way to traumatize your true target audience.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 6:44 p.m. CST

    work in the SMALL SOLDIERS fellas...

    by Logan_1973

    And now you really got something!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7 p.m. CST

    Pumaman, you've got a point...

    by cheyne_stoking_DMS

    I don't think it was really Dalton's fault. His Bond flicks were alot more violent than the previous. I think that's what rubbed people the wrong way.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:12 p.m. CST

    Dalton is definitely NOT The Master

    by ByTor

    We already know that John Simm is playing The Master. If he regenerates, it will be at the end of the story, but Dalton has a significant part too. <P> Dalton's playing a Time Lord of some type; we just aren't certain exactly who/what yet.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:14 p.m. CST

    Pixar owes me money!

    by Orionsangels

    Minus the day care center where they’re abused by toddlers plot. I came up with the story for Toy Story 3 on a talkback. Years ago. One of the Pixar writers must have read the talkback and read my post. I typed and I quote myself - "The story of Toy Story 3 should be that Andy out grows his toys and the toys must now find a new owner." This was around the time Toy Story 2 was out. Since then I would mention it ever now and then on talkbacks. I guess some will say, that story is obvious. Maybe, but at the time of Toy Story 2. I was only one talking about that plot for Toy Story 3.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:16 p.m. CST

    Living Daylights = one of BEST Bonds ever

    by Big Dumb Ape

    Maybe I'm being too nostalgic here (or showing my age), but I grew up loving the Bond movies. I remember seeing LIVE AND LET DIE in the theater, as Moore assumed the role and it was great. But by the time he made VIEW TO A KILL is was just so fact, it was flat out painfully obvious...that age had finally caught up with him. That movie even has some of the worst editing cuts when it goes back and forth between Moore and a clearly much younger stuntman (for example during the fight scene that takes place in Tanya Robert's mansion). Not to mention, since the producers continually felt obligated to keep Lois Maxwell too, her obvious age likewise screamed "time to replace me" as well.<p>With that in mind, to this day, I can still remember seeing THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS on opening weekend with a friend, who was another big Bond fan. And as geeky as it sounds, I will always remember sitting in the theater watching that opening sequence and when it gets to the part where the one double O agent falls to his death and then Dalton suddenly reacts and turns to the camera and we see his face for the first time, I remember sitting there and thinking "Holy shit! It's a young James Bond!" A second later, Dalton hops over some rocks to run over to the body and I thought "Holy shit! It's a Bond who can actually move around!"<p>Dalton is vastly underrated as a Bond. I'm in the camp that believes if he had only been given a third outting...if he had only done a more traditional Bond film, where he fights Blofeld and goes up against some giant organization with a secret base and all that kind of cool shit...he could've had a longer and more successful run. Even as it is, just based around LIVING DAYLIGHTS, I think he was perfect for the role.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:17 p.m. CST

    Andy's mom is a B|+cH!

    by GeorgieBoy

    Wow! She just throws Woody and Buzz and the rest in the trash? Behind Andy's back!? Holy crap! That's like killing Newt and Hicks for Alien 3 making the events of the first two movies meaningless!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:18 p.m. CST

    CORRECTION: Andy's mom is a B|+cH!

    by GeorgieBoy

    Wow! She just gives away Woody and Buzz and the rest? Behind Andy's back!? Holy crap! That's like killing Newt and Hicks for Alien 3 making the events of the first two movies meaningless!

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:18 p.m. CST

    Oh, and Timothy Dalton

    by GeorgieBoy

    Kicks the new gay Bond's ass.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:57 p.m. CST

    I liked Dalton as Bond

    by CherryValance

    It was the movies that were bad. Not his fault. I always feel bad for toys that are past their prime. I think it's "Five Characters in Search of an Exit" that did it. I especially feel bad for stuff animals that end up on the front of trucks. That has to be scary.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 7:59 p.m. CST

    PRINCE BARIN in Toy Story?????

    by Hint_of_Smegma

    FUCK YEAH!!!! The greatest Bond that ever was, the greatest Arborian to ever buckle the swash - this can only be good news. Let's face it - Tim Dalton should be in EVERY film.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 8:59 p.m. CST

    Yackbacker, Danger Mouse = YES

    by Dr. Butthole

    I would be all about that! Timothy Dalton would be a perfect Danger Mouse and Nick Frost would be perfect as his sidekick. Throw William Shatner in as some sort of American agent (possibly a fox?) and you've got my money.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 9:18 p.m. CST

    Danger Mouse is the shit

    by Ivan Alexeev

    That's a retread worth working on.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 9:32 p.m. CST

    WTF?! "Mr. Pricklepants?"

    by BurnHollywood

    Another Michael Jackson story?

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 9:33 p.m. CST


    by NightArrows

    Timothy Dalton played a great Bond, very true to the literary Bond, but next to Craig, Dalton was a fucking pansy. Craig IS Bond, and that is that.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 9:59 p.m. CST

    NightArrows: "Dalton was a fucking pansy"

    by Big Dumb Ape

    Daniel Craig was 38 when he debuted in CASINO ROYALE, meanwhile Dalton was 43 in LIVING DAYLIGHTS. Even being the older and over 40 guy, not only would Dalton (in his DAYLIGHTS prime) have kicked Craig's ass in all sorts of major bitchslapping ways, but given that Dalton was also waaaaay better looking and smoother, Dalton would have easily walked away with the girl too. And that is that.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 10:07 p.m. CST

    Dalton DID deserve a third 007 movie

    by Nasty In The Pasty

    Living Daylights IS one of the best post-Connery Bonds (and featuring the last John Barry score, to boot), and while License To Kill played more like a blend of Scarface and an 80's Joel Silver action flick, it featured a TON of bits taken directly from Ian Fleming (like the great "He disagreed with something that ate him" scene and subsequescent revenge for the mauled Felix Leiter from the Live & Let Die novel) and some excellent stunt work, not to mention one of Benicio Del Toro's first screen roles. Had Dalton gotten a third film around 1991, he'd be more fondly remembered today. <BR><BR>As for Toy Story 3, the idea of the toys finding "toy heaven" at a day care always struck me as a wonderful iea to end the series. For everyone claoring for Andy to keep his toys forever, wouldn't that just make him into the Wayne Knight toy collector from Toy Story 2, i.e. the overweight, middle-aged nerd obsessed with keeping his childhood playthings preserved in "mint condition" instead of actually, y'know, PLAYING with them? I'm sorry, but having a 20-something Andy do that to Buzz, Woody and the gang would actually be SADDER than simply outgrowing them.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 10:08 p.m. CST

    That's "idea" and "clamoring"

    by Nasty In The Pasty


  • Sept. 10, 2009, 10:16 p.m. CST

    Dalton wasn't a "fucking pansy" but come on..

    by odo19

    Craig looks like he could tear his fucking head off without missing a beat. None of the Bonds look as ferocious and badass as him. He's the only one who looks like he could get really down and dirty and kick some ass. All the other ones look like they should be playing the snobby douchebag in some Animal House sequel.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 11:52 p.m. CST

    Dalton was a great Bond..

    by The Dark Shite

    If a little TOO serious. It was just bad timing, following years of Moore's jokey Bond. <p> Appartently Dalton was offered the role before Lazenby, but turned it down because he was too young. Imagine how different the next 20 odd years of Bond movies might have been! <p> Not to hate on Roger Moore, who actually comes across as self-depractaing & a pretty cool guy, but I'd rather have seen a young Dalton take over.

  • Sept. 10, 2009, 11:53 p.m. CST

    depractaing? Sha'mone!

    by The Dark Shite

    I meant depracating.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 12:25 a.m. CST

    The Brave Little Toaster

    by Cobb05

    The plot is similar to The Brave Little Toaster (also a Disney movie), where a boy goes off to college and his mom throws out a toaster, electric blanket, lamp and vacuum, which he liked as a child and they must find a way back to him. And they're reunited at the end.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 1:15 a.m. CST

    2 words... Michael Keaton.

    by The_Ritty

    enough said, Toy Story will rock.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:02 a.m. CST

    Thank You

    by JohnIan

    Drsambeckett1984: "Craig is just a thug who kills"<br> Yes he is.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:49 a.m. CST

    Enough pixar handjobs...

    by Davidia

    Dudes are talented but sometimes their stories and characters lack, and no one seems to notice. Wall-E and TS2 are perfect examples of this

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:08 a.m. CST

    Dalton alomst sunk the Bond franchise

    by TakingScorpiosCalls

    his Bonds are the lowest boxoffice of the series for a reason, no one wanted to see a dour Bond who says "piss off".

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:10 a.m. CST

    Shoulda had him play "Action Man"

    by BenBraddock

    or even better a Bond doll

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:14 a.m. CST

    I thought Dalton was a good Bond

    by Continentalop

    I just thought the movies sucked. If you are truly going to go in a new direction with Bond and tell the actor to play him as a much more ruthless character, don't put him in the same old Bond plots. It would be like telling Heath Ledger to play his version of the Joker and then stick in him in a Schumacher Batman, it is incongruent. Sure License to Kill had a lot of Fleming moments in there, but the overall tone of the film was still to close to the Moore and preceding Bonds. If you are going in a new direction, do so. Don't only go half way or else you make some kind of weird hybrid (and as we all know from Sci-Fi, weird hybrids usually turn out to be monstrosities).

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:38 a.m. CST

    Somehow this has become a Bond talkback... Good

    by Drsambeckett1984

    I loved the new Casino Royale, liked the new direction that came with it, then came Quantum Of Solace. Didn't mind the title, but it is without a doubt the worst 007 movie ever made. I find something to like in all the Bond's, apart from QOS. What did everyone else think?

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:46 a.m. CST

    Pixar were forced to make Toy Story 3 by Disney Nazis.

    by TheManWhoCan

    Back in the days of the original Toy Story Pixar had to give Disney the rights to the Toy Story Characters as well as the distribution rights. Because Pixar was starting out in the feature film business and needed the money, kind of like a standard record contract (the record producers usually keep the rights to a bands songs from the first album). They had a “gentleman’s agreement” that Pixar would only make a sequel if they thought it felt right. Disney somehow persuaded them to make TS2, which was originally meant for direct to video until all the people involved knew they were onto a winner and decided to go ahead with a theatrical release. I saw John Lasseter years ago at an animation talk and premier of TS2 and he explained this so called “gentleman’s agreement” between Pixar and Disney and went on to say that a third movie would be highly unlikely because sequels usually suck and it would ruin and negate the previous movies. Disney however had other ideas and at the end of the day owned the rights to Woody, Buzz and the gang and after begging and begging Pixar to make another sequel decided to play dirty. They set up an animation department called Circle 7 and began production on there own, Pixar-free version of TS3. They even released a poster! Seriously, It can be found on the Internet. The (crappy) story involved a defective Buzz being recalled to a factory to be fixed or something. (It sounded like a terrible premise). Pixar were like “what the hell?” Disney replied “look were making this movie with or without you, so if you don’t want our version to go ahead just agree to make another sequel and we’ll scrap Circle 7’s version”. Pixar reluctantly agreed and company Circle 7 was scrapped. (I kind of feel sorry for the workers/pawns). I think Pixar will try there very best in making TS3 a great movie but if it isn’t you cant really blame them; they never wanted to do it in the first place. Although they seem to have carte blanche when it comes to voice actors, which is good. Cant wait to see it though, I liked the teaser trailer but that may just be the nostalgia kicking in, I love those little guys!

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:55 a.m. CST

    Glad to see Dalton in anything

    by LastOfTheV8Interceptors

    I thought he was an admirable Bond but he'll always be Prince Barin to me... stellar in "Hot Fuzz" as well.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 4:26 a.m. CST

    The Bond of the books....

    by Skyway Moaters

    ... is a chain-smoking, hard drinking, cold blooded assasin, asshole, (albeit a somewaht suave one) who'd as soon shoot you as look at you. None of the actors' portrayals that have played him (Roger Moore's 'elegant' Bond being the furthest out) has been very close to the character that Fleming wrote, but the Dalton version is the best IMO. Craig's is probably the closest in temperment but his take is bit over the top. The Bond of the books was nothing if not cool.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 4:37 a.m. CST


    by Skyway Moaters

    ... I undestand why you claim that "Pan's Labyrinth" has a weak story now. You have no clue what-so-ever about what elements comprise good cinematic story telling. TS2 is damn near perfect story telling, and you hated it. So, you're either clueless, or just a rather dim-witted troll.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 4:46 a.m. CST

    And before anyone starts...

    by Skyway Moaters

    Connery struck a nice balance between charm and toughness. But he's not that close to the Bond of the books either. He's too likable, too compassionate. Which explains why we'll probably never see a Bond that's entirely faithful to the books.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 4:55 a.m. CST

    Craig could manage literary Bond if....

    by Drsambeckett1984

    He had a decent script and even a hint of the dry wit Bond of the novels became famous for. I don't dislike him as Bond but it boils my piss to hear people harp on about how he is the closest to the books. Craig's Bond couldn't spy on shit!

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 6:12 a.m. CST

    Two things I want

    by Continentalop

    A Batman who is a detective and a James Bond who is a spy. <P> I think Daniel Craig is good, but in the last movie he was a bull in a China shop, not a professional by any stretch of the imagination. They have him play Bond like an action star, not an espionage character. <P> I already have enough action characters in movies, give me a spy!

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 7:03 a.m. CST

    Toy Story will always has a tragic ending

    by DarthBakpao

    Woody and friends will eventually ended up as garbages

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 7:08 a.m. CST

    Lasseter worked on 'BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER' but...

    by workshed

    it could never be as great as that film. My kids love it and it's watched regularly in my household. Toy Story has been riffing on BLT since day one. As for Timothy Dalton - I was gutted that they didn't hire him for a third. Licence To Kill remains one of the best Bond movies to date and Dalton is a whisker behind Lazenby when it comes to being the 'best Bond' imo. Still, I'm looking forward to hearing Keaton (don't think his image ever recovered from playing an utter bastard so brilliantly in 'Pacific Heights') and Dalton in TS3. Bring it on. In 3D.!

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 8:40 a.m. CST

    Timothy Dalton as

    by Grammaton Cleric Binks

    James Bond and The Baron dolls.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 9:13 a.m. CST

    ManWhoCan - plain wrong

    by wildphantom07

    That was pre-take over. <p> If anything it was a play by Disney to help sway Pixar into renewing the old distribution deal they had with them.<p> Since those days Disney have bought Pixar and Lasseter now runs the whole animation show at Disney. Toy Story 3 is being made for the right reasons and with Lasseter and all the creators right behind it. So not at all like you said.<p> Based on everything I've heard about the project so far there is no reason why the movie won't totally deliver the goods. By far my most anticipated film of next summer.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 11:46 a.m. CST

    "thespian hedgehog"?

    by rben

    was ron jeremy not available?

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 11:49 a.m. CST

    Toy Story 2 is just about as perfect a film you'll ever see

    by Col. Tigh-Fighter

    Dalton for the win in Living Daylights. Best bond film since Goldfinger <p> Yes please on the Dangermouse film. I am of the right age for that to kick ass. <p>With Dalton and Michael Keaton, this is shaping up nicely :)

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 12:07 p.m. CST

    God damn you fucking fanboys....

    by TheWaqman

    Yes, Toy Story 2 had a good story. And it didn't feel like an unnecessary sequel either. But I just didn't feel the magic of the film much, and I didn't enjoy it either. Fuck off Skyway're a moron. Please keep telling me Pan's Labyrinth has such an amazing story you joke. Damn-near perfect my ass.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 12:09 p.m. CST

    Please tell me how Toy Story 2...

    by TheWaqman

    is any more better than Ratatouille or The Incredibles. They had good stories aswell and were structured nicely. It's hard to combat the fanboy-machine here. Especially with morons like Skyway-Moaters somehow thinking Pan's is the cinematic masterpiece of the decade.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 12:27 p.m. CST

    Hmm...I apologize for my explosion there

    by TheWaqman

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2 p.m. CST

    What I want from Pixar

    by Deathpool

    Anything they're willing to give us. Keep the awesome coming guys.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:02 p.m. CST

    Timothy Dalton, one of the most underrated Bond ever

    by AsimovLives

    It's about time Timothy Dalton gets the proper respect as one of the very top best James Bond to grace the silver screen. And his compadre George Lazemby too.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:08 p.m. CST

    Comandante kwisatzhaderach

    by AsimovLives

    It's great to see that you also have a lot of love for Timothy Dalton as James Bond. He was a great bond indeed. And yes, The Living Daylights is terribly underated as a Bond movie. I really don't like John Glenn much as a Bond director, but he was in a state of grace in Living Daylights.<br><br>I don't know if you are of the same age as me, but if you were in your late teens back in the day when The Living Daylights was released, that movie looked like what Casino Roayle looks recently:like a breath of fresh air, and a great reinvention of the Bond formula. Also, it was the first time i had ever seen Bond as really a hired killer. Dalton totally sold the idea that behind the suave facade, this guy could put a cap in your head just for looking him the wrong way, and he would had no pains of conscience about it. It was the very first time when i saw Bond as a real bad ass.<br><br>But i don't think that Living Daylights was the last great Bond movie, not even of the "classic" era. I would say that GoldenEye is the last great Bond movie before Casino Royale and the Daniel Craig reinvention.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:10 p.m. CST


    by Skyway Moaters

    Calm down dude. I never said P's L tells a "GREAT" story, merley that it isn't just a "Creature Feature" as you've consistently maintained. The film moved me, it didn't move you. What can I say? <p> But when I read that you also "hated" TS2, I reckoned you must be adopting a contrarian position for the sake of shits and giggles or something, simply because I've never heard ANYONE say such things about either of these films. <p> If you actually do know a bit about cinematic story structures, and sincerely think P's L and TS2 are crap, then that's just fine with me - to each his own. I don't agree with you, but who cares? They're just movies man. <p> Look, it's really pretty simple. If you savage films that are pretty much universally acclaimed (especially on THESE boards) someone is bound to question your judgment and call you out. It just happened to be me this time. Surely I'm not the first person to challenge your opinion of a film(?) <p> I think lots of things other people like a lot are crap, and pretty much expect to be called out when I say so to the right/wrong person. <p> Maybe you could try reinforcing your position with valid observations instead of just getting pissed and dismissing someone when they disagree with you. It's a MUCH more effective tactic man, sincerely.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:10 p.m. CST


    by AsimovLives

    You had your first wish granted with Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, and your second wish granted since 1971 when they made On Her Magesty's Secret Service. Sporadically, they do make Bond movies where he acts like a spy.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:13 p.m. CST

    Bond movies where he acts like a spy

    by AsimovLives

    Half of From Russia With Love, it's quite a sucessful spy movie.<br>On Your Magesty's Secret Service<br>For Your Eyes Only<br>The Living Daylights<br>Casino Royale.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:14 p.m. CST

    And yes,

    by Skyway Moaters

    I AM a pretty sacastic bastard on these boards a good deal of the time.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:30 p.m. CST

    License To Kill is fantastic!

    by Drsambeckett1984

    While it was clear they were trying to cash in on the lethal weapon crowd with the story, it featured Felix Leighters meeting with a shark, which is a major part of the literary Bond stories. And an argument could be made for him acting like a spy, he does succesfully infiltrate Sanchez's gang, it has the correct ammount of darkness required for a Bond movie. Dalton's two films should be hailed as the classics they are.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 2:32 p.m. CST

    Just watched Rocketeer- Fucking Classic

    by Drsambeckett1984

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:42 p.m. CST


    by AsimovLives

    I do remember that even back in the day,. and i was only 18, that License To Kill looked disapointing, specially after the sucess and the overall quality of The Living Daylights. It felt cheap to me to see a James Bond movie follliwng a trend, in this cas,e the holylwood action movies formula, like Leathal Weapon. James Bond movies where the trend makers, not the followers! Yes, the grittiness of LTK is welcomed, but it's so bad it had to be made at the expense of losing some of that Bond identity that serves the franchise so well. Quantum Of Solace did the same mistake.<br<<br>As for Rocketeer, the true classic thing in that movie is Jennifer Connelly's hotness. Simply unbelievable!<br>As a funny aside, i might be one of the few people here who have read Rocketeer's comec before i saw the movie. As an adaptation, the movie has the looks right but the rest fairs much poorly.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:48 p.m. CST

    The true classic thing in Rocketeer is Jennifer Connelly's hotne

    by AsimovLives

    She is unbelievable in that movie! And i might be one of the few people who migth had actually rad the comic before i saw the movie. The movie gets the stylish looks very well, but the rest not that much. Though i had a blast watching Timothy Dalton playing a character totally based on Errol Flynn in all his true fascism self.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 3:58 p.m. CST

    Creature Features can move people....

    by TheWaqman

    I just think that after observing all of Guillermo's films it seems like they are almost just excuses for him to throw in a bunch of cool monster ideas. I never got much out of Pan's Labyrinth really. And it was well known that the monster he tossed in Hellboy 2 was only thrown in because it was scrapped from PL. Which is kind of sad in a way. It's similar to what James Cameron is doing with Avatar where they are just making movies to benefit their self-indulgence. James Cameron with his tech and Guillermo with his monsters. I seriously only think he took the directorial role for the Hobbit so he could work on the dragon. Nothing wrong with that, I just don't like him very much. And my inner fanboy is lashing out at him because I love LOTR, and I don't want the Hobbit to turn into another Guillermo film (or what I think of a Guillermo film).

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 4:15 p.m. CST


    by Drsambeckett1984

    You also must admit, a Bond movie lives or dies by the quality of it's villain. And Robert Davi's Franz Sanchez is up there with the best of them, he sneers and hams sure, but you find it hard to hate him because he's so fudging cool! I'd love to see a Rocketeer sequel with Pierce Brosnan as the bad guy!!!!

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 8:48 p.m. CST


    by Col. Tigh-Fighter

    Outbust forgiven lol <p>For me, Toy Story 2 is like the great sequels. The set up was done in 1, so they could just go with the story in 2. And some for reason that ticked all the boxes for me. The opening with the dachshound puppy is fantastic, and the vadar/luke wink with Buzz and the bad guy was soe perfectly timed. I think it maybe Pixars funniest film for me.

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 8:53 p.m. CST

    Bravo Waqman...

    by Skyway Moaters

    Pragmatic, & "nice and crystal clear". I still disagree about GdT's merits as a film maker. But now that you've stated your gripes with his work, and the reasons for your concern over his involvement with "The Hobbit", succintly, and as an opinion, rather than as 'the undisputable' truth, with no explanation beyond your personal interpretation, I can understand where you're coming from. <p> You and I should get along just fine from now on. Or as B. Baggins might say (when he's suffering from a wicked cold after floating down the river on a freakin' wine barrel): "Thag you very buch".

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 8:54 p.m. CST

    Bravo Waqman...

    by Skyway Moaters

    Pragmatic, & "nice and crystal clear". I still disagree about GdT's merits as a film maker. But now that you've stated your gripes with his work, and the reasons for your concern over his involvement with "The Hobbit", succintly, and as an opinion, rather than as 'the undisputable' truth, with no explanation beyond your personal interpretation, I can understand where you're coming from. <p> You and I should get along just fine from now on. Or as B. Baggins might say (when he's suffering from a wicked cold after floating down the river on a freakin' wine barrel): "Thag you very buch".

  • Sept. 11, 2009, 9:07 p.m. CST

    What the eff is up with the double postings?

    by Skyway Moaters

    Really sorry for it happening so frequently. It's happenin as a resuIt of posting from a smartphone because my PC is down at the moment, but I haven't been able to figure out what I'm doing to cause it. Doh.

  • Sept. 14, 2009, 10:43 a.m. CST

    Would Count Duckula...

    by SavageJuicebox

    make an appearance in this Danger Mouse movie? With Igor and Nanny?

  • Sept. 14, 2009, 12:48 p.m. CST

    Oh man, Count Duckula

    by orcus

    Dim memories of that :)