8 facts that few people know about Toy Story 4 - Super animation products in 2019.

Behind Pixar's monumental work are interesting behind-the-scenes stories that the audience never knew. 1. The big turning point for ...


Behind Pixar's monumental work are interesting behind-the-scenes stories that the audience never knew.


1. The big turning point for Pixar and the animation genre: Launched in 1995, Toy Story was a major milestone for Pixar in particular and the animation genre in general. Specifically, this is not only the first film of Toy Story brand, but also the first long-running animation film created on the computer. The work achieved great success, becoming the highest-grossing film in 1995 and nominated for three Oscars. John Lasseter was awarded the Special Achievement Award for innovations in technology used to create the film.


2. Joss Whedon holds the first film script: Before being directed by The Avengers, Joss Whedon wrote the script for Toy Story the first part.
In the book Joss Whedon: The conversation by Cynthia Burkhead, Whedon explains that the producer sent him the script for this work. But at first it was very messy, ironic, and the probability of success was not high. Contributing to the Pixar film helped Whedon get his first and only Oscar nomination.


3. Buzz and Woody the first version was built differently: Initially, Woody was Toy Story's antagonist. He appears as a mannequin, not a cowboy doll. Toy Story originally had another title, You Are A Toy. This is what Woody said to Buzz in the movie. When the illusionary Buzz guy that he is the space police. Buzz Lightyear's original name is set to Lunar Larry.


4. Tim Allen was not the first choice for Buzz Lightyear. Tim Allen voiced the character of Buzz Lightyear in all three parts of the film. He will continue to assume this role in Toy Story 4 released this year. In fact, Allen was not the first to be given this role but Billy Crystal. Pixar took a clip of Crystal's acting in the movie When Harry Met Sally to test. However, the actor actively rejected the invitation. Later Crystal collaborated with Pixar as the voice actor for Mike Wazowski of the animated film Monsters, Inc (2001).


5. G.I. Joe and Barbie should have appeared in Toy Story: Pixar wanted to put in Toy Story many other interesting characters. Initially, the company wanted a toy called G.I. Joe in the movie. But after Hasbro knew that Sid would blow it off in the script, they refused. Pixar also intended to ask Barbie to rescue Woody and Buzz from Sid's house, but Mattel did not approve. So Pixar had to give up this idea. Barbie was later introduced in 1999 in Toy Story 2.


6. Toy Story can be a musical: Disney succeeded with musicals adapted from the same-name animation as The Lion King or The Little Mermaid. So Toy Story was originally built as a musical. When the work is in its development phase, Joss Whedon is invited to participate in the script. Whedon and John Lasseter decided not to use music to tell stories in Toy Story.


7. The reason Andy's father never appeared: Since the first Toy Story was released in 1995, many viewers have wondered what happened to Andy's father. Somewhat strange when he was never seen or mentioned in any part of Toy Story. In fact, Andy's father does not play an important role and the character does not appear to help Pixar less expensive. This also explains why all the kids in Andy's birthday party look exactly like the boy.


8. The filmmakers put their energy into making the Green Army Men on screen: In the process of making animated films, some characters have a harder time creating effects than other characters. The Screenrant page cites that the first version of Lotso bear in Toy Story did not appear much. Because the technology for making bear fur is not yet complete. The difficulty is similar to the shaping of the Green Army Men. Animation filmmakers want to make sure they recreate the movements of soldiers on screen, so they tie wooden boards to their feet and try to walk around. To achieve the most realistic character for cartoon characters is a feat of creators.

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