At this year’s Cannes Film Festival, John Lasseter of Pixar commented about next year’s Toy Story 3 and what we can expect as far as the story is concerned: “Toys are put on this Earth to be played with by a child. The thing they worry about the most is all the things in life that prevent them from being played with, and probably the thing they fear the most is being outgrown.” This seems to confirm the rumored story of Andy moving away to college and the toys being donated to a local pre-school.

Pete Docter, who directed “Up” and worked on the first two Toy Story films, said the people behind the original movies spent two days in a cabin thinking of ideas for the film. He added: “For a while, we were worried that we didn’t have the story. We were like, `Oh, nothing’s coming.’ Then something clicked on the second day, and it just, like, flooded.”

Lastly, Ed Catmull, president of Pixar and Disney’s animation studios, teased Pixar fans worldwide when he mentioned that Pixar had hit on a big emotional finish to Toy Story 3 and that it would be the film’s surprise.

So, what do you think could be the big twist? Would Pixar be brave enough to actually kill one of its beloved characters?

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Via AP