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“Toy Story 3” DVD release triggers Pixar catalog on demand

By Sean O’Connell We’re two weeks away from being able to own one of the best films of 2010. “Toy Story 3,” Disney-Pixar’s critically acclaimed animated masterpiece, arrives on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 2, beginning what we assume will be a months-long awards campaign that should culminate with multiple trophies on Oscar night.

Meanwhile, in an effort to ramp up anticipation for the “Toy Story 3” release (as if that were necessary), Disney-Pixar is offering its complete “Disney-Pixar Collection” for on-demand rental through Nov. 9, via local television providers and digital retailers.

According to a release, this is the first time every Pixar film has been available simultaneously. The titles, of course, include instant classics like “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” and “Wall-E.” It also boasts “Up,” which was not available on demand at this time.

As for the “Toy Story 3” DVD and Blu-ray, it will include features such as the “Cine-explore” tool directed by Lee Unkrich and producer Darla K. Anderson, a commentary track, plenty of behind-the-scenes reels, a “Making of” for the short film “Day & Night,” trivia, and so much more.

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