Disney/Pixar’s Monster’s University Teaser Trailer(s) Debut!

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Anyone who knows me by now, knows that how I much I absolutely LOVE Monster’s Inc., as it was my #2 film of 2001.  While my excitement is parked cautiously on the follow-up prequel, Monster’s University, I remember great films like Toy Story have only gotten better with each and every movie. Disney/Pixar has released FOUR different teaser trailers that are all for view below.

Billy Crystal’s an amazing comedic actor,” remarked Dan Scanlon, Director, Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University. “He gave us so much fun material, we decided to cut four slightly different versions of the trailer. We are so happy to have him back as Mike!

The film is set to open June 21, 2013, one full year from tomorrow. The film is produced by Kori Rae and brings back the voice talents of Billy Crystal and John Goodman. Steve Buscemi, Dave Foley, Julie Sweeney, Joel Murray, and Peter Sohn also lend their voice talents.

From DISNEY.COM

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