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Freeform Announces Funday Weekend Highlights!

JUNGLE 2 JUNGLE — Michael Cromwell (TIM ALLEN) and Mimi-Siku (SAM HUNTINGTON) (DISNEY/CARLOS BUSQUETS)

Need ideas for your summer bucket list? Invite your bestie over to gather ideas from your favorite wacky, unpredictable characters during the Freeform’s Funday weekend programming event starting Saturday, April 22nd and continuing through Sunday, April 23rd.

Highlights include Toy Story and Toy Story 2, Jungle 2 Jungle, Matilda and more.

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Spider-Man Director, Beauty and the Beast Casting, Toy Story 4, Independence Day 2 Casting

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This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News has a lot of interesting headlines to discuss. To begin the show, the hosts play a round of ‘Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down’ where they weigh in on a variety of recent topics, including:

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Toy Story 4, Preview Reviews for The Hobbit, and Into the Woods, Big Hero 6 Reviewed

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This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News begins with some beloved franchise news as Pixar and Disney have announced Toy Story 4. The hosts muse about what the franchise will look like going forward including potential story arcs and the new toys they would like to see in the future sequel. Hit the jump for more or hit play above!  Continue reading Toy Story 4, Preview Reviews for The Hobbit, and Into the Woods, Big Hero 6 Reviewed

MOVIE REVIEW: Toy Story Double Feature Suggests 3-D No Fad!

The Toy Story films were among the earliest full-length features to be produced in CGI. While they were amazing to look at – seeming more like 3-D than traditional hand drawn and painted animation, they would have been a curiosity if not for two things: they featured engaging characters in simple but brilliant stories.

Toy Story 3-D Double Feature

Now Toy Story and toy Story 2 are being re-released in 3-D for two weeks. Given that the films were originally produced through three-dimensional imaging in the PIXAR computers, it should come as no surprise that they were easily adapted to Disney’s Digital 3-D process. The result is good enough that I think I can safely say that, in this instance, at least, Roger Ebert is wrong. 3-D is not a fad.

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