If you are a 1990s kids, you surely have watched Toy Story.
25 years ago on this day, the movie was released at El Capitan Theatre, in Hollywood. Toy Story was Pixar's first feature debut, which actually changed the animation industry forever.
Walt Disney Pictures (DIS) - Get Walt Disney Company Report released the movie nationwide in the U.S. on November 22, creating a massive success at the Box Office. The first movie had created such a huge fan following that producer ended up making three sequels so far.
Jonas H. Rivera, a movie producer who had interned in the production office on Toy Story, said, "Even though Toy Story was the first film I’ve ever worked on, there was a sense that we were working on something special. There was an energy in the air and an excitement that is still hard to describe."
"I remember seeing the finished film for the first time about a month before the release, and thinking about how much the audience was going to love it," he added.
Rivera, also ended up producing Toy Story 4, which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2020.
Toy Story has been one of the most profitable franchises for Disney. The box office results of each film grew bigger and bigger.
First Installment of Toy Story brought about $404.8 million whereas the latest movie in 2019 raked in $1.073 billion worldwide collection.
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