The action-adventure comedy sequel, Toy Story 3 which hit the theatres on 18th June 2010 in 3-D and IMAX-3D form has reached its first record following its release. Toy Story 3 had a massive #1 debut earning a sum of $110.3 million over its opening weekend and considering all the movies that hit the $100 million mark, Toy Story 3 is placed at #3, preceded by Shrek 2 and Shrek 3.
Directed by Lee Unkrich (Finding Nemo (2003), Toy Story 2 (1999), Toy Story 3 follows the adventures of a set of toys owned by Andy (voice of John Morris). Andy needs to go to college, leaving all his toys behind. The toys by accident get thrown away to Sunnyside Daycare where they need new friends, some good and some bad.
On their return back to Andy’s family, they encounter problems in the process, while some new friends turn in to enemies and stop them; some good friends get physically hurt. Toy Story 3 is Pixar’s 11th computer animated feature which is inclusive of Toy Story and along the way, it has won five Oscars for best animated feature, including the last three for Up (2009), Wall-E (2008) and Ratatouille (2007).
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