LOS ANGELES — Toy Story turns 20 this year, and at the top of a reunion panel at the D23 Expo on Saturday, John Lasseter knew exactly how the audience felt: “This is the session to make all of you feel really old.”


But even two decades after it was born, the story of how the film — the first feature-length computer-animated movie ever — came to be, has anything but lost its luster.

In case you’ve never heard it: Lasseter and his team at Pixar had been making computer-animated shorts and commercials to get their footing in the very new medium, but their eyes remained locked on the goal of making a feature-length movie Read more…

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