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Toys R Us Has Exclusive Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation Toys

Attached to Pixar’s Cars 2 is a new short featuring the Toy Story in a new adventure! Barbie and Ken plan to join Bonnie and her family on a vacation in one of the most romantic getaways in the world – Hawaii. But, when the couple is left behind, it’s up to Buzz Lightyear, Woody the Sheriff, Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl, Mr. Potato Head and the rest of the gang to create the ultimate imaginary Hawaiian getaway for their friends.

Toys”R”Us now has exclusive collectible figures from Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation for you to recreate all the fun at home. These are only available at Toys”R”Us stores or online at Toyrus.com. Here’s a look at each set:

Toys”R”Us Exclusive Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation Talking Woody Action Figure
Sheriff Woody is ready for fun in this Hawaiian vacation themed, 16-inch action figure. Dressed in a Hawaiian shirt, straw hat and lei, Woody can say 20 different phrases in his original voice from Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 when kids pull the string on his back. As an added bonus, Woody even plays Hawaiian music. 2 “AAA” batteries required (not included). Ages 4 years and up.

 

 

 

 

Toys”R”Us Exclusive Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation Talking Buzz Lightyear Action Figure
It’s “Buzz Lightyear to the rescue” – Hawaiian style! This 12-inch, talking action figure is ready for tropical fun, decked out in Hawaiian accessories, including a beaded necklace, faux grass skirt and a glow stick. Featuring the original character voice from the Toy Story films, and over 20 sayings from the Toy Story films, Buzz comes to life when kids press the red, green and blue buttons on his chest for mission mode, voice and sound effects. Kids can also “blast” lasers, complete with sound effects, as well as Hawaiian music with the push of a button on Buzz’s arm. 2 “AA” batteries required (not included). Ages 4 years and up.

Toys”R”Us Exclusive Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation Talking Jessie Action Figure
Ready to tour the island with Barbie and Ken, Jesse the Yodeling Cowgirl joins in on the fun in the sun in this 14-inch talking action figure. Adorned in a lei, floral print Hawaiian dress and a hibiscus flower in her hair, Jesse can say more than 20 lines in her original voice from Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 with the pull of a string. 2 “AAA” batteries required (not included). Ages 4 years and up.

 

 

 

Toys”R”Us Exclusive Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation Barbie and Ken Doll Set
Everyone’s favorite toy couple is ready to travel to the most romantic location in the world – Hawaii. But, due to a small misunderstanding, they’re left behind in Bonnie’s house and have to rely on the rest of their friends’ imaginations to bring their Hawaiian vacation to life! This two-pack featuring Barbie and Ken are dressed for their tropical adventure. Each doll comes with a Hawaiian print shirt and shorts, as well as candy leis. No batteries required. Ages 3 years and up.

Marvel & Disney Publishing Announce Disney•Pixar Presents

The Pixar movie properties now move from BOOM! Studios over to the Disney-owned Marvel Comics. While this probably isn’t too much of a surprise, I still think BOOM! deserves big kudos for the quality books they’ve produced centering on the Pixar characters and for making those comics hugely popular. It remains to be seen if there will be the same success with all the stories condensed into one magazine with a $6 price tag. Here’s all the details from today’s announcement:

Marvel and Disney Publishing will debut DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS, a new monthly magazine featuring some of the most popular characters from the acclaimed Disney/Pixar films. Intended for readers of all ages and priced at $5.99, the first issue will hit stores in May 2011.

Each issue of the magazine contains 96 full color pages of content, including a mix of brand new stories, classic adventures, puzzles, games and more. Featuring characters from Disney/Pixar’s hit movies Cars, Cars 2, The Incredibles, Toy Story 3, and more, DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS will be available at bookstores, retail chains, comic stores and more. The series debuts with DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS: Cars Magazine #1.

“We’re excited for the launch of DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS, teaming with our friends at Disney/Pixar to bring some exciting new material to fans all over the world and introducing a whole new generation to comics,” said Axel Alonso, Editor-in-Chief. “We’re committed to providing a great product and ensuring these books are available in locations that parents and kids frequent. The Disney/Pixar library includes some of the most popular characters of all time, making DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS exactly the kind of comic magazine that kids and parents have been demanding!”

Rev up those engines and join your favorite characters from CARS in DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS: Cars Magazine #1 as Lightning McQueen organizes a charity race for young cars with special needs, but he didn’t invite Piston Cup champion Chick Hicks. The snub gets Hick’s competitive juices flowing, and he’s out to show McQueen a thing or two about racing! Will Hicks ruin the good nature of the Radiator Springs Rally Race? Find out this May everywhere books and comics are sold.

DISNEY•PIXAR PRESENTS: CARS MAGAZINE #1
Written by ALAN J. PORTER & MARK COOPER
Penciled by ALLEN GLADFELTER, MAGIC EYE STUDIOS & TRAVIS HILL
Rated All Ages…$5.99
ON-SALE IN MAY

Get Ready for Pixar Films in 3D

Disney and Pixar announced in New York yesterday that all new Pixar films would soon be released in 3D, along with the standard 2D format. The move is slated to take place with the release of Pixar’s Up, which will hit theaters in May of 2009. This announcement was in conjunction with Disney’s release of their upcoming animated films over the next few years.

Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter expressed his delight with Pixar’s inclusion of the 3D format, saying that “”I love 3D. I made a 3D computer-animated short in 1989 called ‘Nickname,’ and in fact my wedding pictures with my beautiful wife Nancy were made in 3D.”

Disney’s announcement of their upcoming animated theatrical releases included the following…

Bolt – November, 2008

Up (Pixar) – May, 2009

The Princess and the Frog – December, 2009

Toy Story 3 (Pixar) – June, 2010

Rapunzel – December, 2010

Newt – Summer, 2011

The Bear and the Bow (Pixar) – December, 2011

Cars 2 (Pixar) – Summer, 2012

King of the Elves – December, 2012

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