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"Toy Story" theory about Andy's mom is mind-boggling
There is a genius theory floating around Facebook these days. It's not about evolution. It's not about Big Foot. It's about the identity of Andy's mom in "Toy Story." Writer Jon Negroni claims that toy owner Andy's mom is also Emily, the original owner of cowgirl Jessie.
You see, in "Toy Story 2," sheriff Woody meets Jessie who tells of being abandoned by Emily once she grew up and shifted her interests from horses and dolls to nail polish and boys.
Key evidence #1: A young Andy is seen wearing a Jessie-style hat, not the same kind of hat his own Woody wears, and said hat is missing a ribbon, indicating it may be vintage.
Key evidence #2: When Andy's mom is seen, she has similar, lighter hair worn in a style similar to young Emily's. Her first name is never given in the films.
Key evidence #3: "We definitely know that Pixar is perfectly capable of sneaking this in without being overt about it," Negroni said.
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Artist couple turns potholes into art
A creative husband and wife found a humorous way to expose a pesky pothole problem. Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca re-created a number of scenes around potholes in New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, and Toronto. There are several amusing settings, including a child playing in water, a guy eating a giant mound of spaghetti and "Alice in Wonderland" dangerously close to the rabbit hole.
Traffic was not stopped and Photoshop was not used. Just pure imagination.
"Along the way we realized that sometimes we can't change things that frustrate us [like potholes], but we have the power to change our perspective toward those things. This is what this project is really about," Luciano told Yahoo News.
See all the pictures here.
Scared Bryan Cranston, first glimpse of monster in "Godzilla" trailer
A new trailer for "Godzilla" is out, teasing horror, destruction and a first glimpse at the King of All Monsters. It begins with narration by "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston over a montage of destruction and chaos.
It looks awesome.
Directed by Gareth Edwards, the new trailer hints at how the film will connect to the mythology of the 1954 Japanese original. "Godzilla" is scheduled for release May 16.
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