Don’t miss this great profile/interview with Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich for the San Francisco Chronicle. I would expect this to be the first of many in-depth looks at Lee’s history, his live action background and the story of how he came to helm Toy Story 3. In case it’s not completely clear in the interview, Lee (and Darla K. Anderson) were hand picked by John Lasseter to make this film. They were both essentially called into John’s office and asked to take the reins of part 3. One last tidbit, the picture taken above by the San Francisco Chronicle was taken in the hallway at Skywalker Sound. If you want to learn more about Lee, don’t miss his Pixarian profile and follow him on Twitter.
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