Almost a month after it was officially "recalled", it now appears Toy Story 3 is back in business baby. According to Bloomberg (via Moviehole), Disney has handed over the project to Pixar, who are all still very eager to bring Woody and Buzz back to life. Oh, and you thought Disney didn't care. Shame on you.
Apparently, part of the decision was made after evaluating all of the work Disney's in-house animators have already put into the project. Great, so we're getting another sequel because Disney doesn't want to waste man-hours? Is it even any good? Currently, the story will surround a rescue attempt by Woody after Buzz is recalled to Taiwan. No word yet on when we will see the finished product, but Tom Hanks and Tim Allen will be back to voice the leads. It's times like these that make me wonder whether or not Disney and Pixar signed a prenup?