Each monster represented a fear he had, and conquering those fears caused the monsters to eventually disappear. : : : Voice I shouldn't have trusted you. So would I, sir. You're going in there, because we need this. Henry J. Waternoose After several failed attempts by Sulley to put her back, Randall sends the door back into the factory's door storage vault, and Sulley takes the girl out of the factory in a duffel bag. So when Disney asked us to do some more films, I wanted to tap into a childlike notion that was similar to that. The elder Coburn had a garage busi­ness that was de­stroyed by the Great De­pres­sion. James Coburn was 72 in Monsters, Inc. when he played the character 'Henry J. Waternoose III (voice)'. Monsters, Inc. (2001) James Coburn as Waternoose. Monsters Inc. Land. [67] In October 2001, she filed the suit against Chronicle Books, Pixar, and Disney in a federal court in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Henry J. Waternoose Henry J. Waternoose Release Dates A single touch could kill you. : opened at Disneyland Resort's Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, California. James Coburn in Monsters, Inc. (2001) Way Of The Dragon Enter The Dragon Armas Ninja Bruce Lee Photos Jeet Kune Do Brandon Lee Actor James Family Images Child Actors. I wouldn't... Henry J. Waternoose Flint [24], In production, the film differed from earlier Pixar features, as every main character in this movie had its own lead animator – John Kahrs on Sulley, Andrew Gordon on Mike, and Dave DeVan on Boo. : He was also a guest star on The Muppet Show, where he taught Animal zen. [30], In the UK, Ireland, and Malta, it earned £37,264,502 ($53,335,579), marking the sixth highest-grossing animated film of all time in the country and the thirty-second highest-grossing film of all time. Henry J. Waternoose Skip to main content.us. You're trying to scare the kid, not lull it to sleep. Henry J. Waternoose : : Another similar test was also unsuccessful, because, this time, the fur went through the objects.[20]. [84][85][86] By November of the following year the series was confirmed for Disney+, and will reportedly continue the story of the previous films. "When we were making Toy Story", Docter said, "everybody came up to me and said 'Hey, I totally believed that my toys came to life when I left the room.' Henry J. Waternoose Cast. [44][45], The film made $289,916,256 in North America, and $287,509,478 in other territories, for a worldwide $577,425,734. [69] A Disney spokeswoman responded, by saying that the characters in Monsters, Inc. were "developed independently by the Pixar and Walt Disney Pictures creative teams, and do not infringe on anyone's copyrights". I was going for a snake-slash-ninja approach, with a little hissing. [25][26], In November 2000, early in the production of Monsters, Inc., Pixar packed up and moved for the second time since its Lucasfilm years. : Finish him off! From the standpoint of Pixar's engineers, the quest for fur posed several significant challenges; one was to figure out how to animate a large numbers of hairs – 2,320,413 of them on Sulley – in a reasonably efficient way,[27] and another was to make sure that the hairs cast shadows on other ones. | 2001. As: Cast. He feels envious because another scarer, Ned (who later became Randall), is the company's top performer. [Being arrested by the CDA]  The idea for Monsters, Inc. was conceived in a lunch in 1994 attended by John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton and Joe Ranft during the production of Toy Story. Randall attempts to kill Sulley, but Boo overcomes her fear of Randall and attacks him, enabling Sulley to catch him. [12] Docter named the character Mike for the father of his friend Frank Oz, a director and Muppet performer. Best James Coburn quotes by Movie Quotes .com. [Waternoose knocks Sulley to the ground and lunges at Boo. Well Gentleman, I hope you've all learnt a valuable lesson... [Sulley notices Boo run off crying, terrified from his roar]. Monsters, Inc. is a 2001 American computer-animated[2] comedy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. : Oh! About how you enter the room. Docter began developing the film in 1996, and wrote the story with Jill Culton, Jeff Pidgeon and Ralph Eggleston. It doesn't have to be this way. As Waternoose is arrested by the CDA, he reprimands Sulley for destroying the company and worsening the energy crisis. Shortly before the film's release, Pixar was sued by children's songwriter Lori Madrid of Wyoming, stating that the company had stolen her ideas from her 1997 poem "There's a Boy in My Closet". The technical team and animators found new ways to simulate fur and cloth realistically for the film. Table of Pixar awards and nominations for Monsters, Inc. Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media, Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. Well hello, little one. [30], The film premiered on October 28, 2001, at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California. [33], As with A Bug's Life and Toy Story 2, a montage of "outtakes" and a performance of a play based on a line from the film were made and included in the end credits of the film starting on December 7, 2001. [77] In 2009 Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek opened at Tokyo Disney Resort's Tokyo Disneyland in Chiba, Japan. : 31. At the same time, their work is impeded by the revenge schemes of Randall and Waternoose, as well as a human child (indirectly revealed to be Sid Phillips from the Toy Story franchise) who has hijacked the company's closet door technology to commit a string of toy thefts throughout the human world.[79]. Sulley returns to the factory and rescues Boo from the Scream Extractor, but is attacked by Randall. [22][23] The voice role of Sulley went to John Goodman, the longtime co-star of the comedy series Roseanne and a regular in the films of the Coen brothers. Shop for monsters inc at Best Buy. Bile Ah, with this machine, we won't need scarers. : Jahr. Release Date. Personal Quotes (18) Actors are boring when they are not working. : : Henry J. Waternoose Simulation terminated... Henry J. Waternoose : Sergio Leone wanted him for A Fistful of Dollars but he was too busy. Henry J. Waternoose Just leave her alone! Sulley : He explained, "I would sit with Pete [Docter] and David Silverman and we would talk about a scene and they would tell me what they were looking for. Well, Jerry, what's the damage so far? Sulley Docter pitched the story to Disney with some initial artwork on February 4 that year. [50] According to CinemaScore, audiences gave the film a rare "A+" grade,[51] becoming the second Pixar film to gain an "A+" grade, after Toy Story 2. [20] Mary's age also differed from draft to draft until the writers settled on the age of 3. They're toxic! : Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! en Oscar for bedste mandlige birolle.. Filmografi i udvalg. Coburn him­self was raised in Comp­ton, Cal­i­for­nia, where he at­tended Comp­ton Ju­nior Col­lege. Sulley For Disney, he voiced Henry J. Waternoose, in the 2001 Disney / Pixar film, Monsters, Inc.. Flint Henry J. Waternoose I have no choice. : Kids these days. Leave a door open, and one can walk right into this factory; right into the monster world. Register / Log in. Coburn was born on August 31, 1928 in Laurel, Nebraska, the son of James Harrison Coburn II and Mylet Coburn. Times have changed. He's the star quarterback" with Docter noting that before that moment "design after design, we really didn't know what he was about. Little did he know that Boo was standing close by, watching in horror]. : The Fizt program also controlled the movement of Boo's clothes, which provided another "breakthrough". Trainee I'll start with the old Waternoose Jump-and-Growl. : John Goodman. I would do anything to keep it from going under. Without self-shadowing, either fur or hair takes on an unrealistic flat-colored look (e.g., in Toy Story, the hair on Andy's toddler sister, as seen in that movie's opening sequence, is hair without self-shadowing). Our city is counting on you to collect those screams. [32] The theatrical release was accompanied with the Pixar short animated film For the Birds. Sulley prepares to return, but Mike refuses to go with him, blaming Sulley's stubbornness for their situation. As he inspects the door, a small girl enters the factory. Docter would later describe that the team "bent over backwards trying to create a story that still had monsters" while still attempting to solve the problem. Ultimately, the story team decided that a girl would be the best counterpart for a furry, 8-foot-tall (96 in) co-star. Sulley : [82][83] The world takes place after the events of the first film. : Trainee The prequel's plot focuses on Sulley and Mike's studies at Monsters University, where they start off as rivals but soon become best friends. "He's like a seasoned lineman in the tenth year of his career," he said at the time. [Playing the Footage on the Screen above of Bile entering the room]  Sulley grows attached to her and calls her "Boo", while Mike is anxious to be rid of her. [27], Adding to Sulley's lifelike appearance was an intense effort by the technical team to refine the rendering of fur. Yes, it's dangerous work, and that's why I need you to be at your best. : [Storming in]  Sulley, inspired by his experiences with Boo, concocts a plan to retool the company's power generation method to harvest children's laughter instead of screams, as laughter is ten times more potent. : Hehas appeared in over 70 different feature films and television shows, he is best known for his roles in various action films and country western films. : [Playing the Footage on the Screen above of Bile entering the room]. Genres: History, Thriller, War, Drama, Adventure. [1] The film is Pixar's ninth highest-grossing film worldwide and sixth in North America. [28] After a shot with Sulley in it had been animated, this department took the data for that shot and added Sulley's fur. We may actually make our quota today. : Jerry the floor manager Other production houses had tackled realistic fur, most notably Rhythm & Hues in its 1993 polar bear commercials for Coca-Cola and in its talking animals' faces in the 1995 film Babe. What was that? Coburn vandt bl.a. Regie. Henry J. Waternoose Bile But sir... Henry J. Waternoose "We found that the younger she was, the more dependent she was on Sulley", Docter said. : With the energy crisis solved, Sulley is named the new CEO of Monsters, Inc. Mike takes Sulley aside, revealing he has rebuilt Boo's door. Huh? : He straps Mike to the "Scream Extractor", a large machine capable of forcefully extracting screams from kidnapped human children, thus solving the monster world's energy crisis. The Great Escape (1963) 4. Komödie. : Pixar then set up a Simulation department and created a new fur simulation program called Fizt (short for "physics tool"). But when "Sulley" accidentally lets a little human girl into Monstropolis, life turns upside down for him and his buddy Mike. He and his story team left with some suggestions in hand and returned to pitch a refined version of the story on May 30. Boo Henry J. Waternoose [12], Eventually, Johnson was renamed Sullivan. [75] Monsters, Inc. has inspired three attractions at Disney theme parks around the world. How old do you think he looks in the movie? Henry J. Waternoose She's home now. : Henry J. Waternoose However, the monster world believes that the children are toxic, and when one sneaks into the factory, Sulley and Mike must return her home before it’s too late. Jennifer Tilly. In 2006 Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! [59] At the Kid's Choice Awards in 2002, it was nominated for "Favorite Voice in an Animated Movie" for Billy Crystal (who lost to Eddie Murphy in Shrek). Henry J. Waternoose [37][38] It was then released on Blu-ray on November 10, 2009,[39] and on Blu-ray 3D on February 19, 2013. The storyline takes place after the movie and focuses on Sulley and Mike's daily struggles to operate Monsters Inc. on its new laughter-focused company policy. In addition, he played the role of Thunder Jack in Disney's 2002 comedy film, Snow Dogs (one of his final roles). At the Monsters, Inc. factory, skilled monsters employed as "scarers" venture into the human world to scare children and harvest their screams, through doors that activate portals to children's bedroom closets. A prequel titled Monsters University, which was directed by Dan Scanlon, was released on June 21, 2013. You destroyed this company. James Harrison Coburn, Jr. (født 31. august 1928, død 18. november 2002) var en amerikansk film- og tv-skuespiller. [31] It was theatrically released on November 2, 2001 in the United States, in Australia on December 26, 2001, and in the United Kingdom on February 8, 2002. It was released in Australia on December 26, 2001 and in the United Kingdom on February 8, 2002. : : Sulley puts the door chip into place, enters and joyfully reunites with Boo. I need scarers like... like... James P. Sullivan. Henry J. Waternoose Roar! Er wuchs anschließend in Compton, Kalifornien auf. [27] Kahrs found that the "bearlike quality" of Goodman's voice provided an exceptionally good fit with the character. Henry J. Waternoose Sullivan was also planned to wear glasses throughout the film. "Animated 'Outtakes' Show Life 'Behind The Screams' With Disney/Pixar's 'Monsters, Inc. 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[Boo, in disguise, walks up to Mr. Waternoose]. Sulley Oh, they stink! Star Cast: James Garner, Steve McQueen, Richard Attenborough, James Donald. Inexperienced? 90 min. Laufzeit. One of his best known roles wasAnthony Wayne in 1959'sThe Californians. In its third weekend, the film experienced a larger decline of 50.1%, placing itself in the second position just after Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. In a world inhabited by monsters, the city of Monstropolis is powered by energy from the screams of human children. Uh... it could let in a draft? Juni 2010 Anmerkung: Bei diesem Text handelt es sich um unsere ursprüngliche Rezension zu "Die Monster AG" aus dem Jahr 2002. His fa­ther was of Scot­tish-Irish an­ces­try and his mother was an im­mi­grant from Swe­den. Mike It's all about presence. Henry J. Waternoose [13] By early-February 1997, Docter had drafted a treatment together with Harley Jessup, Jill Culton, and Jeff Pidgeon that bore some resemblance to the final film. Mr. Waternoose? Uh-huh. Laugh Floor opened at Walt Disney World Resort's Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, replacing The Timekeeper. His involvement with film has been lifelong - he virtually grew up on the sets of films starring his father, James Coburn, and made his acting debut as a child in Sam Peckinpah's classic, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. The DVD released on 3 March, 2013. Sir, can I just... Henry J. Waternoose Well done James. Sulley is a top scarer under his boss Henry J. Waternoose, who is the CEO of Monsters, Inc. Sulley's best friend is Mike Wazowski. : To help the animators with Sulley and other large monsters, Pixar arranged for Rodger Kram, a University of California, Berkeley expert on the locomotion of heavy mammals, to lecture on the subject. Mr. Waternoose. Now, give us a a Great Big Roar. The company moved from Point Richmond to a much bigger campus in Emeryville, co-designed by Lasseter and Steve Jobs. Tell that to the board of directors. Henry J. Waternoose The board artist was not beholden to my work and could take liberties here and there. Billy Crystal. OK Gentleman. [Randall cuffs Boo onto the chair at the Scream Extractor, preparing to extract her screams to impress Waternoose]. [68], In November 2002, Stanley Mouse filed a lawsuit, in which he alleged that the characters of Mike and Sulley were based on drawings of Excuse My Dust, a film that he had tried to sell to Hollywood in 1998. [17][19], Between 1996 and 2000, the lead monster and child went through radical changes as the story evolved. [71] In August 2002, a manga version of Monsters, Inc. was made by Hiromi Yamafuji and distributed in Kodansha's Comic Bon Bon magazine in Japan; the manga was published in English by Tokyopop until it went out of print. [48], Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a score of 96% based on 196 reviews, with an average score of 8.03/10. James! : Anything, sir. Sulley's eventual sidekick, Mike Wazowski, had not yet been added. Laugh Floor | Walt Disney World Resort", "Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek! I don't know about you guys, but I spotted several big mistakes. : : [Excited to watch Sulley]  : [16] To this end, Johnson was originally planned to have tentacles for feet; however, this caused many problems in early animation tests. The scare floor administrator Roz reveals herself to be the head of the CDA, who had been working undercover to find the mastermind of the company's internal actions. As of May 2013, it is the eighth-biggest fourth weekend ever for a film. | Tokyo Disneyland", "New Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer Shows Monsters Inc. 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Bile In a hearing on November 1, 2001 – the day before the film's scheduled release on 5,800 screens in 3,200 theaters across the country – the judge refused to issue the injunction. [confused]  [18], After Docter scrapped the initial concept of a 30-year-old terrified of monsters, he decided on a buddy story between a monster and a child titled simply Monsters, in which the monster character of Sulley (known at this stage as Johnson) was an up-and-comer at his workplace, where the company's purpose was to scare children.
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