Pixar is going to hold 'Cliffhanger Edition' screenings for the summer movie which will allow students at U.S. universities to watch 65 minutes of the upcoming animation for free.
After releasing trailers and pictures from "Toy Story 3", Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar plan to further tease audience with more scenes by preparing "Cliffhanger Edition" screenings for the upcoming animation at 65 college town in the U.S. While the movie will not hit U.S. theaters until summer, students will be able to watch the first 65 minutes of the film for free starting next month.
However, only a few colleges and universities in each states are eligible to attend. Those who want to come to the preview screenings also have to show valid college I.D. for entrance. To see the schools where the free screenings will take place and to make RSVP, people can visit "Cliffhanger Edition" page of Disney/Pixar's Facebook profile.
Serving as the follow-up to 1999 "Toy Story 2", "Toy Story 3" will see the toy gang falling into a new adventure as Andy heads off to college. By accident, the toys which are intended to be kept in the attic are thrown away. They now find themselves at a local day-care center, where they must try to survive the pre-school children. Having enough of the kids' brutality they decide to escape and find themselves a new home.
Directed by "Toy Story 2" co-helmer Lee Unkrich, the animation movie is developed in 3-D and set to be released in U.S. theaters on June 18. It will hear familiar voices from Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger and Jodi Benson.