Disney is REALLY serious about their desire to take home the Best Picture Oscar this year.
According to The New York Times, Disney is going to pushToy Story 3 for the coveted Best Picture award.
Here's what the NY Times had to say about it:
“…The Walt Disney Company has decided to take a deep breath and push Pixar’sToy Story 3 with all of its might. An animated film has never won the top prize — only two, Beauty and the Beast and Up, have ever been nominated — and Disney, in a decision that went all the way to Robert A. Iger, the media giant’s chief executive, has decided that Toy Story 3 should finally be the one."
We fully support your efforts, Disney! Would be very cool to see an animated film bring home the top prize…especially one as deserving as Toy Story 3.
Yet another reason to love him to bits and beyond!
Zac Efron is a lot of things: charming, seksi, a lover of pathetic wastes of Hollywood space. But now we know he's also super sensitive! He even cries in movies!
Zacquisha told sources:
"I am emotional! I cried at Toy Story 3, it was embarrassing. It was easy to relate to my character in Charlie St Cloud because I thought about my own little brother, Dylan, and what life would be like without him."
Aww, BB! Should you ever feel like seeing a sad movie again, we'll clear our schedule so you'll have a shoulder to cry on. You pick the day, place and movie and we'll be there! (Wearing a shirt is optional and not encouraged.)
As of this week, experts say that Toy Story 3 will cross the $1 billion line in profits! This is the second film from Disney that has grossed that much. Alice In Wonderland, the 5th biggest title in global box office history, took home $1.0243 billion earlier this year.
With the success of these two films, Disney becomes the first studio in history to release two $1 billion films in a single year!
We won’t go so far as to say that this animation is better than Toy Story 3 or Wall-E, but it’s definitely something special.
A Taiwan-based news station has released an animated news story chronicling JetBlue Diva Steven Slater’sepic resignation. Think The Sims meets Shakespeare’s best play.
The most heartwarming part of the animation is a scene where Slater returns home and is embraced by his loving boyfriend. And yes, it’s okay to cry over a YouTube video.
Check out the video and join the JetBlue Diva on the rollercoaster ride of emotions that he so recently went through. You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll want to grab a beer or two and run home to that special someone.
Be sure to watch this repeatedly. It gets REALLY good around viewing #5. And no, we don't THINK that trailer at the end is for a movie adaptation of the JetBlue Diva story, but admittedly we're a bit rusty with our Chinese these days.