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27 April 2010  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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Hot on the heels of news that Toy Story 3 will get its UK gala screening at the Edinburgh Film Festival this summer, Disney have dropped a gem on us in the shape of this new one-sheet for the film. The poster shows Woody, Buzz and the gang going on the lam from Sunnyside Daycare in a Great Escape-styled break-out.

For McQueen, Bronson, Coburn and Pleasance, read Potato Head, Ham, Rex and Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear. Oh, and Ken and Barbie who, judging by this poster, are already an item by the time of the escape. The objective, we imagine, is to get back to the college-bound Andy's house - and, of course, to leave no toy behind.

The new additions including Chatter Telephone, seen here boasting the kind of mischievous grin that suggests he's just put Woody through to one of those 0898 numbers.

Awaited with an eagerness that's fast approaching pathological in these parts, Toy Story 3 will get its first British airing in Edinburgh on Saturday 19 June. And all in (proper) 3D, to boot. Snaffle your tickets from 3 June from the Edinburgh Film Festival site.

The rest of us will have to wait until the movie's release on Friday 23 June to find out if the escape comes good or the toys all end up back in the Sunnyside cooler.


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The Above poster are looking very great and wonderful. So Cool i like all the posters best festival in the world IMHO. Will definitely try and get tickets b]Muscle Max XL] More

Posted by beckerortega at 06:17 on 28 April 2010 | Report This Post

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......whatever happened to BoPeep? Wheres she gone?? More

Posted by Pipkin3 at 18:13 on 27 April 2010 | Report This Post

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That looks pretty damn sweet. Pixar has done such an amazing job maintaining quality in their films that I'm sure this one will be a slam dunk! More

Posted by deheor at 17:50 on 27 April 2010 | Report This Post

Empire you got the release date wrong! 23rd July NOT June! Though I know of course why you placed it sooner. We all want TS3 as soon as humanly possible! More

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Great that its coming to Edinburgh- best festival in the world IMHO. Will definitely try and get tickets More

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Best poster so far, shall adorn my bedroom wall very soon!!! oh and im 24 btw so ill file it under nostalgia More

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