Pixar's monsters back in new movie
EMERYVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- The monsters we have come to know and love are back. This week, Emeryville-based Pixar is releasing "Monsters University" -- 12 years after the original, "Monsters, Inc." first brought them to life. ABC7 News got a sneak preview.
For a film with such larger-than-life characters, the hope, of course, is that it is just as huge in the Box Office. "Monsters University" opens in theaters June 21st.
Pixar is owned by Disney, which is also the parent company of ABC7 News.
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