Toy Story of Terror (2013 TV Short)
Over on The CW, Arrow (1.5 mil/0.5) ticked down from its own Thursday debut, tying its all-time demo low. Leading into that, Supernatural (1.9 mil/0.7) matched its season premiere.
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CBS | Thursday Night Football coverage (14.4/4.5) was on par with last week’s finals.
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For a family-friendly film, Toy Story 3 is steeped in horror. With spoilers, we take a look...
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In August 2010, a couple of months after Toy Story 3 was released in Us cinemas, the chair of the MPAA Classification and Ratings Administration admitted that they might have made a mistake in giving the film a G rating.
Speaking on industry podcast The Business, Joan Graves said that based on feedback they had received from parents since the film's release, Toy Story 3 should have been given a PG rating “at least”, because of a climactic scene in which Woody, Buzz and friends find themselves sinking into an incinerator like rubbish. Graves went on to say that the film changed their approach to animated family films, and that they would no longer give these movies “the benefit of the doubt” in
While most sent out their tributes through Twitter, others released lengthier tributes elsewhere. Rolling Stone caught up with Gilbert Gottfried, who summed up the the late comedian's legacy with a heartfelt statement that explained why Rickles will go down in history as one of the best comedians ever. Here's what Gilbert Gottfried had to say.
"Don Rickles was never politically correct, and he would never apologize for any of it. He was totally unapologetic about his comedy. So I admired that and looked at him
The Hollywood Reporter reveals that the funeral services will be private, and that donations can be made in the late comedian's name to his son's organization, the Larry Rickles Endowment Fund at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Don Rickles was born May 8, 1926 in New York City, raised in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens. He graduated from Newtown High School and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, after which, he returned home and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Don Rickles got his start in the entertainment business by performing as a stand-up comedian for several years.
Thanksgiving has arrived and with it comes bingeing of all kinds — but mainly food, shopping and TV. We’ve rounded up all the movie and TV show marathons airing over the long holiday weekend so you can watch your favorite while digesting on the couch.
There’s something for everyone to enjoy, whether you’re a Parks and Recreation fan and just want to spend time with your favorite Pawnee residents or a horror fan looking for a scare-fest like those on IFC and Syfy. Perhaps you’d prefer to
Buzzfeed's Jesse McLaren put together a brief video on Twitter, that edits David S. Pumpkins into movies like The Shining, Insidious, The Conjuring, The Ring, Scream and the original Halloween. Given the sudden popularity of David S. Pumpkins, it wouldn't be surprising to see even more of these mashups surface as we get closer and closer to Halloween. In case you didn't see it last weekend,
ABC was tops in total viewers within the 9-10:30 p.m. block, with an average audience of 9.84 million and a 2.8 18-49 rating. NBC averaged 9.18 million viewers and a 2.8 in the demo as well. CBS drew 9.29 million and a 2.2 demo rating. Fox came in with 6.3 million total viewers and a 2.0 demo.
The debate lasted until 10:36 p.m., at which point everyone but Fox went into post-brawl coverage. From 10:30-11, ABC averaged 7.7 million viewers and a 2.2 in the demo, NBC averaged 7.37 million viewers and a 2.2 in the demo, and CBS averaged 7.09 million viewers and a 1.7 demo rating.
But the debate wasn’t the only thing that aired last night on broadcast. ABC’s block of family Halloween programming at 8 p.m. easily bested everything else in the hour in the demo, including CBS stalwart “Survivor” (1.9 demo rating, 8.63 million
The CW: Arrow (1.8 million/0.6 rating) hit a new low, but Frequency (1.1 million/0.4 rating) perked up.
CBS: Survivor (8.6 million/1.9 rating) remained solid. Presidential Debate (9 million/2.2 rating) and Analysis (7.1 million/1.7 rating) closed out the night.
Fox: Lethal Weapon (6.6 million/1.7 rating) held well. Presidential Debate (6.3 million/2.0 rating) closed the night.
ABC: It was encores of Charlie Brown (7.7 million/2.2 rating). Toy Story of Terror (6.7 million/2.0 rating), Presidential Debate (9.8 million/2.8 rating) and Analysis (7.7 million/2.2 rating).
NBC: Blindspot (5.6 million/1.3 rating) perked up. Presidential Debate (9.2 million/2.8 rating) and Analysis (7.4 million/2.2 rating) closed the night.
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Leading out of that, Frequency (1 mil/0.3) was flat week-to-week.
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Among debate night’s other regular offerings, NBC’s Blindspot (5.2 mil/1.2) rose a tenth, Fox’s Lethal Weapon (6.7 mil/1.7) slipped two tenths and CBS’ Survivor (8.6 mil/1.9) dipped one tenth. ABC’s Great Pumpkin and Toy Story of Terror rose 10 and 20 percent versus last fall.
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Burbank, Calif., Sept. 8, 2016 — The summer blockbuster hit, Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory, swims home just in time for the holidays on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere (Dma) on Oct. 25 and on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on Nov. 15. Viewers can watch Dory’s hilarious and heartwarming quest to find her family and continue the underwater adventure with hours of immersive bonus features.
The film’s playful and plentiful bonus offerings include “Piper,” the theatrical short film starring an irresistible sandpiper hatchling; an all-new mini short featuring interviews with Dory’s pals from the Marine Life Institute; a behind-the-scenes look at the most challenging character Pixar has ever created; never-before-seen deleted scenes, including a digital exclusive featuring the Tank Gang from Finding Nemo who make it their mission to get Marlin and Nemo to the Marine Life Institute; and much, much more.
Finding Dory features an all-star voice cast,
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From working as an animator on A Bug’s Life and Toy Story 2, through to directing shorts such as Burn-e and Toy Story Of Terror, Angus MacLane has worked his way up through his career at Pixar. So much so, that he’s now making his feature co-directing debut on Finding Dory, that lands in UK cinemas today.
He spared us some time for a chat – and it’s worth staying to the end where he starts firing out film recommendations….
I first spoke to you eight or nine years ago when you were talking about Wall-e, that you were supervising animator. And you told me then of an eight-year old who asked you a question about that film at a Q&A. And I do think
Ever since the friendly, but forgetful blue tang Dory insisted she could speak whale, moviegoers have wondered: Can she really speak whale? How did she learn? Can I do it, too?
Fans nationwide are invited to celebrate Dory’s unforgettable spirit and her can-do attitude with Speak Like a Whale Day on Saturday, June 11, 2016.
“When ‘Finding Dory’ was just starting to come together, we realized we didn’t know much about this blue tang with the sunny personality,” said director Andrew Stanton. “Dory’s past became the subject of great curiosity—both for us as storytellers and for everyone who’d fallen in love with her.
“We had very few clues to go on,” continued Stanton. “We knew she’d been separated from her family, we knew she suffered from short-term memory loss, we knew she could read, and we knew she could speak whale
Disney Pixar's Finding Dory filmmakers revealed today that Hank, the film's cantankerous octopus with camouflaging capabilities, has appeared in every one of their feature films since 1995's Toy Story. Finding Dory featuring, the voice of Ed O'Neill as Hank, opens in theaters nationwide on June 17, 2016. Ed O'Neill is best known as the cantankerous Al Bundy, starring the hit sitcom Married with Children for 11 seasons. And he can now be seen as the cantankerous Jay Pritchet in Modern Family, now airing in its 7th season. Said director Andrew Stanton,
When Toy Story 3 was released in 2010, the studio revealed that would be the final feature-length movie in the series. The voice cast did reunite several times for a number of short films and animated TV specials such as Toy Story: Small Fry, Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation, Toy Story: Partysaurus Rex, Toy Story of Terror! and Toy Story That Time Forgot. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are reprising their roles as Woody and Buzz Lightyear, alongside Don Rickles as Mr. Potato