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My insider hasn't given me any new details lately other than it has been bounced around the table some. Kai Lein will be thrilled to learn that The Incredibles has been more of a hot topic around Pixar than Monsters 2, so maybe, just maybe, there is a Incredibles 2 out there being pieced together.
Sorry, I've been out of the country on other projects, lost my laptop to a baggage handler in South Africa, and just couldn't find the time to sit down and play on the desktop computer until today. It takes a while to dig through 15,000 e-mails covering several months. Only ten were real, the rest were for free ringtones, ebay workers needed, and twenty different banks wanting me to update my account. Since Al Gore claims to have invented the internet, maybe he should fix it.
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It was also very sad at the end. The first numerous amount of times I watched it (and I'd watch it like 3 times a day, which was very recently, like last year sometimes b/c that's when I first purchased it and watched it for the first time) I cried at the end every single time. I think I've only watched it 2,3 or 4 times without crying. My eyes still may have gotten a little watery.
I sent a fax to Pixar telling them my idea for Monsters Inc. 2 and I told them I did not want any money or credit if they liked it.
The story takes off with waternoose and Randal escaping from jail to make Sully and Mikey pay and to rob the human world of the most powers source of energy (Rock Concerts) would have many rock star guest getting them energy stolen and many concerts ending with no sound and it is up to Sully Mikey and teenage Boo to put the Rock back in Rock Concerts and put Waternoose and Randal back in jail for pirating energy from with in the human world.
Well all I got was a very nasty letter telling me to not send any more faxes I only sent the one Wow I was only trying to help.
hey disneys pixsar heres some stuff you could put in it: after boo finds out where she is she dicides to show here daughter but when shes goes to the door she sees mr.waternous and some evil monsters kidnaping rose and taking here to the human world. mr.waternous says he has no choice but to kill rose and says we wants to drop here from the empire stste building. can boo,mikey and sully save before it's to late.
Actually all this is incorrect - the OP is a hacker wanting to be creative and wanting some attention. I have direct knowledge of the situation (you'll just have to trust me). "Monsters Inc. 2", as all Pixar movies, was addressed in the upper levels of Pixar creative and executive management twice - once in the summer of 2004 and re-touched again in the Spring of 2006. There were two story lines that were considered - one was involving Boo just a few days after Monsters Inc went on-line with the laughter as energy switchover - a more traditional approach. The other story line was more "out there" - a prequil to Monsters Inc. - it involved how the monsters discovered human child screaming enegy thing came to be. No Sully and no Mike, and certainly no Boo - a young Roz was mentioned as playing a role, however. Both of these story lines were scratched, as creatively neither could touch the "magic" or originality of the original, and consequently all efforts to build a story for "Monsters Inc 2" were abandoned by summer '06 as I recall. They felt there was a risk in creating Monsters Inc 2 that other Pixar movies (Incredibles & Toy Story) don't have - meaning there's is a built in story line that allows for further story telling. Monsters Inc didn't have that story telling continuum - it ran it's course. No link. No way to verify this, except if Pete decided to speak. Take it or leave it.
guys there will be a monsters inc 2 and finding nemo 2 just read this I'm not kidding by the I loked it up a website said don't expect incredibles 2 soon
If you told me a year ago that Disney and Pixar would be on the verge on patching up their differences and signing a new production deal together, I'd pat you gently on the head, call you a wide-eyed dreamer and have the men in white suits come to take you away. But now, in retort, you could say, "you may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one." It seems that indeed Pixar and Disney are close to renewing their distribution deal that would keep the lucrative animation house at Disney for the forseeable future. Most everything has been agreed to with the exception of one sticking point: Circle 7. What exactly is Circle 7, you ask? That's the code name of the not-so-secret animation department within Disney that has been looking to produce in-house sequels to Pixar movies (like TOY STORY 3, which is already in development) without the input of Pixar's creative gurus. Pixar is notorious for being fiercely protective of their films but Disney has the right, through their first contract, to spin-off the films as they see fit. In fact, the studio is also working on FINDING NEMO 2 and MONSTERS, INC. 2, one of which they hope to greenlight soon. The new Pixar/Disney deal likely wouldn't halt production on any of these sequels but would give Pixar some sort of creative control, which wasn't allowed under the Michael Eisner era. The next Pixar film, and the last under the former contract, hits theaters in summer and they're already hard at work on their next film, a secretive project about a rat living in a Parisian restaurant.
I can't wait till monsters inc 2 comes out my little niece bugged me with the first one and I started to watch it. I love the movie now. My son is only 4 1\2 months old and he already loves it. So when the 2nd one comes out he'll finally have something new to watch... I think the 2nd one sounds good if thats really what happens!
Monsters INC 2 will come out Nov. 2 2012 and the plot right now is "Mike and Sully in their collage days" This come from IMDb.com
Full source here: imdb.com/title/tt1453405/
"After nearly a decade away, the furry freaks Sulley and Mike are to return to the task of not-really-frightening children. Disney-Pixar has announced a sequel to Monsters Inc, the 2001 movie that became the eighth highest grossing animation of all time, taking $256m (£167m). The new film will appear in cinemas in November 2012. In the meantime, two other Disney-Pixar sequels will reach the screen – Toy Story 3 this summer and Cars 2 next year.
Sequels and spin-offs look set to dominate the animation market in the immediate future. As well as the Disney-Pixar trio, DreamWorks premiered Shrek Forever After in 3D at the Tribeca film festival this week, and Antonio Banderas has confirmed that his Puss in Boots character is to get his own vehicle, due for release next year. Shrek 2, Shrek the Third and Shrek are, respectively, the No 1, No 4 and No 6 grossing animations in history, taking a combined total of $1.03bn. Shrek Forever After, in which the green ogre is tricked by Rumpelstiltskin and finds himself in an alternate Far Far Away, is released in the UK on 9 July.
Two other animated sequels are also in production. DreamWorks has a third Madagascar film slated for release in 2012, while the Weinstein Company is working on a followup to Hoodwinked, the Red Riding Hood retelling that took $110m worldwide against an estimated budget of only $15m."
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