If there’s one thing we know for certain about Pixar’s Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter, it’s this: the man can keep a secret. Well, that and he must own at least 365 hawaiian shirts. But seriously, Toy Story 3 has been churning through the Pixar catacombs in Emeryville for a decade. It’s about time Andy went to college.

The script, written by the guy who brought you 2006 Oscar darling “Little Miss Sunshine,” is rumored to be seeded with very morose, adult undertones. Andy hires an escort to talk about Woody separation anxiety? Buzz gets busted for embezzling Lincoln Logs? Jesse finally pays off those pesky student loans and is forced to live on edamame and peanut butter?

Landmark California is hosting a free screening of the saga’s third installment on Tuesday, April 27 at 8 p.m. But get this: because Pixar loves to play hard to get, they’re going to leave us on a cliffhanger. Forcing us to purge our pockets to see the movie in 3-D upon its June 18 theatrical release.

Either way, be sure to bring your Cal I.D., and leave all recording devices at home.

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Toy Story 3: Free Advanced Screening [SF FunCheap]


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