Monsters, Inc. 2: Lost in Scaradise

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Monsters, Inc. 2: Lost in Scaradise

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*The delorean turns into a telephone booth.*

Sparky: Whoa! Why are we in a phone booth again?

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Sparky: Whoa! Why are we in a phone booth again?

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Sparky: Excellent!

Today's topic is about a Monsters inc lost cancel sequel.

Before Monsters University, the film was announced that a sequel to Monsters, Inc. would be made by Circle 7 Animation, which was also working on early drafts of Toy Story 3 & Finding Nemo 2. Titled Monsters, Inc. 2: Lost in Scaradise.

The film would have focused on Mike and Sulley visiting the human world to give Boo a birthday present, only to find that she had moved

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The film would have focused on Mike and Sulley visiting the human world to give Boo a birthday present, only to find that she had moved.

After getting trapped in the human world, Mike and Sulley split up after disagreeing on what to do

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After getting trapped in the human world, Mike and Sulley split up after disagreeing on what to do. However, it was cancelled following the defunction of Circle 7, but eight years later, a prequel was released by Pixar. In 2013.

Screenwriters Rob Muir and Bob Hilgenberg were hired to write a script for the film, and storyboarded an early draft of it

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Screenwriters Rob Muir and Bob Hilgenberg were hired to write a script for the film, and storyboarded an early draft of it. 

Disney's change of management in late 2005—in which Eisner was replaced by Bob Iger—led to renewed negotiations with Pixar, and in early 2006 Disney announced it had purchased the studio

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Disney's change of management in late 2005—in which Eisner was replaced by Bob Iger—led to renewed negotiations with Pixar, and in early 2006 Disney announced it had purchased the studio.

The Disney-owned sequel rights were then transferred to Pixar, leading to the cancellation of Muir and Hilgenberg's version of the film and the subsequent closure of Circle 7

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The Disney-owned sequel rights were then transferred to Pixar, leading to the cancellation of Muir and Hilgenberg's version of the film and the subsequent closure of Circle 7.

The Disney-owned sequel rights were then transferred to Pixar, leading to the cancellation of Muir and Hilgenberg's version of the film and the subsequent closure of Circle 7

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