In 1995, a little-known animation company, Pixar, partnered with Walt Disney Feature Animation to make a movie called "Toy Story."
The film went on to gross $365 million worldwide. It made the American Film Institute's list of 100 greatest movies of all-time. And it made Pixar a household name.
Now, it's back.
"Toy Story 3," scheduled for release June 18, 2010, reunites Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head and the rest of the plastic gang.
A lot has changed in the 14 years since "Toy Story" first blasted onto the silver screen. Pixar has supplanted Disney as animation king. It's released nine subsequent films, including "Toy Story 2," to much critical and box-office acclaim. It's even won a few Oscars.
One other thing that's changed: Andy, the owner of the toys, is going off to college. And with that step, his toys must be thrown away. Woody, Buzz and Co. end up at a day-care center, where they encounter the unspeakable horrors known as rowdy little children. So they hatch a plan to escape, hoping to find a home like Andy's where they can live happily ever after. Check out the trailer below: