Concept art reveals Disney's plans to make Toy Story 3 without Pixar, which included transforming robots and a trip to Taiwan.
Our online community looks at the hits and misses of this past year to pick their favorite movie of 2010.
The King's Speech sweeps the show. Take a look at all of the winners of the 2011 Oscars!
The 2011 Oscars are happening now! Chat with your friends about what's going on right now on the red carpet!
The Toy Story Hawaiian Vacation will debut before Cars 2 with a second unknown short planned for The Muppets Movie.
The King's Speech leads the way with 12 nominations including Best Picture. Check out the nominations for the 2011 Oscars!
Tom Hooper's British drama pulls off the upset over award season favorite The Social Network.
The Social Network, Glee, and The Kids are All Right were among the biggest winners of the night, with all cast and crew present at the ceremony.
127 Hours, Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception, The King's Speech and The Social Network are up for Outstanding Motion Picture.
Despicable Me, How to Train Your Dragon, Tangled, The Illusionist and Toy Story 3 will compete for Best Animated Feature.
The new comedy Grown Ups was the top rental, while the animated Pixar hit dominated both sales charts for a second straight week.
Toy Story 3, How to Train Your Dragon and Despicable Me amongst the initial 15 nominees in contention.
The Pacific took second place in DVD and Blu-ray sales on its first week on the shelves.
The accomplished producer discusses the third chapter of the beloved franchise as it heads to home video.
The Producer says that while there won't be a Toy Story 4, the beloved characters will return in an all-new short that will run with Cars 2.
The screenwriter of the most successful animated movie of all time talks about his writing process and the new DVD and Blu-ray release.
A 10-disc set containing all three movies will be available on November 2.
The director of Toy Story 3 takes us through Pixar's upcoming production slate while reflecting on his summer success story.
Walt Disney Studios becomes first studio to have two $1 billion movies in the same year after the success of Alice in Wonderland.
This record-breaking sequel will be released in three different formats.