Disney Interactive Studios today announced Disney Sing It: Party Hits, the latest title in the company’s popular video-based karaoke series. The game is expected to be available in summer 2010 for the Wii™ and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems. Living up to its name, Disney Sing It: Party Hits is packed with current chart-busting party-starting anthems from the biggest names in pop music.
Inspired by the original teaser posters for Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3, D23 has released this set of member-only exclusive pins commemorating the relase of the new movie on June 18.
The set is limited to an extremely low production run of just 100 pieces and features three individual pins, each measure 2 1/4″ tall.
For more information or to order the set, visit the D23 Boutique and search for item # 513975P.
Disney/Pixar has just released this collection of the five ads currently running on television for Toy Story 3, reminding us that ‘this summer the best things in life are 3’ and asking the question: which one is your favorite?
Following up on its much buzzed about Super Bowl ad, Parisian Love, Google has added yet another new classic search story to its collection. Using soundbites from the Toy Story film trilogy, Google has cooked up Toy Story: The Discovery in honor of the release of Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3.
Don’t forget to pause the video at about the :33/:34 second mark. You might catch a little easter egg from the Google Bunny involving a certain lucky charm for Pixar hamming it up a bit.
Throughout last night’s episode of The Bachelorette on ABC, Ken from Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3 (and Mattel) offered up a healthy dose of dating tips for ‘today’s bachelor’ through interstitial ads for the show.
No woman stands a chance against the trained sights of the bachelor armed with these valuable tips and a few cans of hair spray (solid!).
Tip #24: Know Yourself, Be Yourself
Tip #31: Play Hard to Get
Tip #48: Communication is Key
It turns out that when we raided the toy box earlier this week to bring you 20 new hi-res images from Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3, we just didn’t dig deep enough. It turns out lucky number 21 features the gang when they first encounter Lotso and some of the many new friends at Sunnyside Daycare. You can even spot the Lightning McQueen toy at Woody’s feet.
In the clip, the shorts’ creators attempt to explain just what it’s all about, but as a study aide, here’s the official synopsis: When Day, a sunny fellow, encounters Night, a stranger of distinctly darker moods, sparks fly! Day and Night are frightened and suspicious of each other at first, and quickly get off on the wrong foot. But as they discover each other’s unique qualities–and come to realize that each of them offers a different window onto the same world–the friendship helps both to gain a new perspective.
Director Lee Unkrich introduces this clip which was released recently as an exclusive to Comcast Cable subscribers (although it was placed on the internet for all to see).
The clip, which features many bits and pieces that have been seen before in ads and the trailers for Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3 (not to mention the Aflac ad), is an extended look at what happens when the gang, fresh off the box to Sunnyside Daycare, meet their new play hosts, in a tip o’ the hat to the old adage be careful what you wish for. It’s full of great visual gags, especially in regard to those poor LGMs — I’m particularly fond of the LGM + Slinky Dog formula myself.
Woody and Buzz are back and they are asking for your help. Toys for Tots, in collaboration with the release of Toy Story 3, is kicking off an unprecedented summer toy drive. Throughout the month of June in 24 cities throughout the United States, the public will be asked to honor their cherished memories of childhood play by donating a new unwrapped toy during Toy Story 3 promotional events. The mission is to surpass the 16.3 million toys, books and other gifts raised in 2009 that fulfilled the holiday dreams of 7.4 million children in more than 690 communities nationwide.
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