Posted on Friday, December 17th, 2010 by Germain Lussier
Disney’s desire to see Toy Story 3 not only be nominated, but win the Oscar for Best Picture is no secret. They’ve been mounting a very aggressive and inventive ad campaign alerting Oscar voters to the film’s incredible reviews and the fact that there are precedents for underdogs, animated films and sequels to receive such accolades. And though it didn’t succeed in getting a Best Musical or Comedy Golden Globe nomination, most Oscar experts would probably agree Toy Story 3 has a great shot at making the elite Best Picture top 10.
However, one bump in the road for the hit Disney/Pixar sequel is coming from Disney employees. Unite Here, a union that includes Disneyland hotel workers, is publicly protesting the film’s Oscar chances to spite the company they believe is treating them unfairly. Read all the details after the break. Read More »