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Pixar’s Monsters Inc. versus Monsters University
Pixar characters Mike Wazowski and Sulley will undergo slight anatomical tweaks for the upcoming Monsters Inc. prequel, Monsters University. The new film has a release date in 2013.
“…While instantly familiar, due to the original Monsters, Inc.,  it looks like Pixar is trying to do something very different and unique  as well. John Lasseter described the film as an “animated college  movie.” The film is a prequel showing us a time when Mike and Sulley  were not quite the best of friends. They are both 18 years old and some  slight alterations have been made to their appearance. Mike is a bit  shorter and has a retainer, while Sulley is thinner…”—Pixar Times
(images via Slashfilm)

Pixar’s Monsters Inc. versus Monsters University

Pixar characters Mike Wazowski and Sulley will undergo slight anatomical tweaks for the upcoming Monsters Inc. prequel, Monsters University. The new film has a release date in 2013.

“…While instantly familiar, due to the original Monsters, Inc., it looks like Pixar is trying to do something very different and unique as well. John Lasseter described the film as an “animated college movie.” The film is a prequel showing us a time when Mike and Sulley were not quite the best of friends. They are both 18 years old and some slight alterations have been made to their appearance. Mike is a bit shorter and has a retainer, while Sulley is thinner…”—Pixar Times

(images via Slashfilm)

The Simpsons redesigns their intro in HD to coincide with their update to a new widescreen format. Most of the main conventions for the intro were kept the same (i.e. bart and the chalkboard, power plant, couch gag, etc.), but many parts of the story have at least something new added/changed.
The debut episode in HD, entitled Take My Life, Please, will air Sunday, February 15th, 2009.
Watch below:




On first glance, we spotted at least 10 new additions including the “Mr. Sparkle” and “Tomacco” products in the Grocery scene, Maggie’s unibrowed nemesis (Baby Gerald), and other new characters.

The Simpsons redesigns their intro in HD to coincide with their update to a new widescreen format. Most of the main conventions for the intro were kept the same (i.e. bart and the chalkboard, power plant, couch gag, etc.), but many parts of the story have at least something new added/changed.

The debut episode in HD, entitled Take My Life, Please, will air Sunday, February 15th, 2009.

Watch below:

On first glance, we spotted at least 10 new additions including the “Mr. Sparkle” and “Tomacco” products in the Grocery scene, Maggie’s unibrowed nemesis (Baby Gerald), and other new characters.