Toy Story 3 – Neuer Trailer


(Youtube Direkttoys, via FirstShowing)

Hier der neueste Trailer zu Pixars neuester Toy Story. To Infinity and beyond, mal wieder.

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  1. The Director

    Ich kann mich mit den “neuen” Charakteren immer noch nicht anfreunden :(

  2. thomas

    1080p bei youtube :D
    trailer läd noch…

  3. Totec

    Dito the Director,
    aber geht es auch jemanden anderen so dermaßen auf die Eggs
    mit diesem ganzen 3D Gedöns? Am anfang “ja ganz nett” mittlerweile hängt
    das ja hinter jedem Trailer.

  4. Stefan

    Der 3D Krempel wird ja weitestgehend auch genutzt, um die Piraterie n bissle unten zu halten – funktioniert aber nicht so wirklich ;)

    Ich freu mich schon drauf, dass Toy Story 3 kommt, wobei ich sagen muss, dass es vermutlich nichts Besonderes wird.

  5. Heiko

    Sieht ja ganz nett aus, bislang aber noch nichts weltbewegendes. Aber ich mag ja den Dino ;)

  6. GunGrave

    … sieht doch ganz nett aus!

  7. Sidenstein

    Ich empfinde Toy Story nach wie vor als einen der besten Animationsfilme die es je gab :)

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