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Mike Wazowski (voiced by Billy Crystal) and Sully (voiced by John Goodman) take extreme measures to ensure their Oozma Kappa party is a success in the first clip from the Pixar short film Party Central, which we reported last month will be attached to Muppets Most Wanted in theaters March 21. The short is set within the Monsters University universe, with the Oozma Kappa fraternity house set to throw their first big party. When no one shows up, Mike and Sully steal a door station to liven up the festivities, with one door placed at another raucous party and the other at the Oozma Kappa house. In addition, we also have two new photos from the short, featuring Art (voiced by Charlie Day), Squishy (voiced by Peter Sohn) and Squishy's mother, Sherri (voiced by Julia Sweeney), along with more details from director Kelsey Mann, who served as the story supervisor on Monsters University. »
Last summer, at Disney's D23 Expo, which is like Comic Con but exclusively Disney-related, during the animation panel, John Lasseter surprised the crowd with a brand-new "Monsters University" short called "Party Central." The short, which takes place during the events of "Monsters University" at a party thrown by dweeby frat Oozma Kappa (and makes inventive use of the monster-world's door technology), totally brought down the convention center.
"Party Central" is a zippy, wildly entertaining bit of filmmaking so packed with insane detail that, as soon as it's over, begs to be re-watched. We're thrilled to bring you a clip and exclusive images from "Party Central," which will make its grand, slime-soaked debut ahead of "Muppets Most Wanted" next month.
- Drew Taylor
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