Lots-o’-Huggin bear from Toy Story 3 was originally meant to appear in the first film but the technology needed to animate his fur did not yet exist. This is what the animation team could create at the time:

And this is what they could create in 2010, 15 years later:

It’s safe to say they’ve come pretty far. For more movie facts and trivia follow movie

Genre filmmaking has a reputation as a man’s field. That goes for audiences as well as filmmakers. To the novice, it’s easy to see why. For a long time women’s bodies have been used to titillate male adolescent horror fans — shrieking, squirming, disposable ciphers. Academic studies of gender and horror cinema such as Carol J. Clover’s 1992 bookMen, Women, and Chain Saws and female-fronted films changed the landscape of the genre, proving women could terrify audiences just like men, and that women were watching — but also craving stories they could relate to. The popularity of horror heroines like Ripley in Ridley Scott’s Alien proves the need for women who aren’t simply victims. But there’s room for all types of narratives and characters for, about, and by women — including the Freddies, Jasons, and Michael Myers of the world. Here, we discuss 50 horror films directed by women that feature a range of tropes and ideas. In our current cinematic climate, where only five percent of studio releases have a woman behind the camera, we hope you’ll support more women making movies that scare the hell out of you.

NaruHina Ship: IT’S CANNON!!!! OFFICIAL NARUTO: THE LAST MOVIE OST ARTWORK!!!!! OFFICIALLY NARUHINA, SHIPPING WARS IS OVER!!!!

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SasuNaru Ship: that’s cute

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we don’t have years of official manga artwork

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with subtle little hints

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or title’s of entire chapters

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with multiples

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we’re just a crackship after all…

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with no substantial proof…

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nope not a bit.

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