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‘Toy Story 3′ Writer Michael Arndt To Tackle Disney’s ‘Phineas And Ferb’

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • October 31, 2011 10:22 AM
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If he doesn’t have a key already, they might as well give him one because Michael Arndt—the Oscar winning writer of “Little Miss Sunshine” and one of the co-writers of “Toy Story 3” (that also earned him a nomination)—is going to be a fixture on the Disney lot for the next few years. This year the mouse house has been busy lining up projects for the man, tasking him with “Snow And The Seven” as well the ambitious, under wraps and currently untitled Pete Docter movie over at Pixar about the formation of ideas inside the human mind. Well, he’s lined up yet another gig.

‘Toy Story 3′ Writer Michael Arndt To Tackle Disney’s ‘Phineas And Ferb’

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • October 31, 2011 1:37 AM
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If he doesn't have a key already, they might as well give him one because Michael Arndt -- the Oscar winning writer of "Little Miss Sunshine" and one of the co-writers of "Toy Story 3" (that also earned him a nomination) -- is going to be a fixture on the Disney lot for the next few years. This year the mouse house has been busy lining up projects for the man, tasking him with "Snow And The Seven" as well the ambitious, under wraps and currently untitled Pete Docter movie over at Pixar about the formation of ideas inside the human mind. Well, he's lined up yet another gig.

D23: Pixar Announces 2 New Movies: One Involving Dinosaurs, Another To Go Inside The Human Mind

  • By Drew Taylor
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  • August 20, 2011 7:27 AM
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Exclusive: 'Toy Story 3' Writer Michael Arndt Penning "Wildly Ambitious" Peter Docter Film About The Formation Of IdeasAt D23 today Pixar and Disney announced a pair of Pixar movies, both of them shrouded in a certain degree of mystery.

'Toy Story 3' Scribe Michael Arndt To Write Disney's 'Snow And The Seven'

  • By Gabe Toro
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  • February 2, 2011 1:50 AM
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Fresh off receiving an Oscar nomination for co-writing "Toy Story 3," Michael Arndt is onboard to take a run at the script for Disney's ambitious "Snow And The Seven." The project, which began to take shape in 2002, concerns Olivia Snow, a nineteenth century Englishwoman who returns to her colonial home in Hong Kong, where she finds her stepmother has murdered her father. Seeking revenge, she falls in with a band of seven international monks. It sounds like the whole project subsequently tries to cover every single demographic with some anachronistic grrl-power bull combined with wuxia sequences choreographed by Yuen Woon-Ping.

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