Toy Story 3 (film) As Andy prepares to depart for college, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, and the rest of his loyal toys are troubled about their uncertain future. Andy packs Woody, his favorite toy, to take to college with him, but the rest are to be left behind. The toys land at the Sunnyside daycare center in a room full of untamed tots who cannot wait to get their sticky little fingers on these “new” toys. It’s pandemonium as the toys try to stay together, endeavoring to return to Andy’s house. Hindering their escape plans is a smooth-talking Ken doll, a Big Baby, and a pink, strawberry-scented teddy bear named Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear (called “Lotso”), who runs the center as a prison. Unimagined terrors await the toys as they are mistakenly picked up by a trash truck and delivered to a landfill. Directed by Lee Unkrich. Released on June 18, 2010, and in Disney 3D and Imax versions, after a June 16 release in China and Egypt. Voices include Tom Hanks (Woody), Tim Allen (Buzz Lightyear), Joan Cusack (Jessie), Don Rickles (Mr. Potato Head), Wallace Shawn (Rex), Estelle Harris (Mrs. Potato Head), John Ratzenberger (Hamm), Ned Beatty (Lotso), John Morris (Andy), Laurie Metcalf (Andy’s Mom), R. Lee Ermey (Sarge), Jodi Benson (Barbie), Bonnie Hunt (Dolly), Jeff Garlin (Buttercup), Whoopi Goldberg (Stretch), Michael Keaton (Ken), Timothy Dalton (Mr. Pricklepants), Bud Luckey (Chuckles). 103 min. In August 2010 the film became the highest-grossing animated film of all time, passing $1 billion worldwide (U.S. grosses were over $400 million, making it Disney’s second highest grosser after Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest). The film won two Academy Awards, for Animated Feature and for Song (“We Belong Together”).