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Monsters University

Do you remember Mike and Sulley from the 2001 animated film, Monsters, Inc? They are now back after 12 years! Back then, have you ever wondered how Mike and Sulley first met?

Opening in Singapore 20 June 2013, Disney•Pixar is presenting you their new film MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, where it all begun.

Set about 10 years before the events of Monsters, Inc., serious yet intelligent 17-year-old Michael "Mike" Wazowski (voiced by Billy Crystal) is extremely eager to start college, where he is majoring in scaring. Things don't go quite as planned, though, when 18-year-old James P. "Sulley" Sullivan (voiced by John Goodman) happens to be in the same fraternity as him. Sulley shows to be almost the exact opposite of Mike: playful, all-brawn, and most notably large. He is also majoring in scaring, however, and they soon become enemies in a rivalry that will tear their worlds apart, including going to jail, but ultimately brings them together. (Wikipedia, Monster University)
I love the first film, Monsters, Inc. I like the scariest monster or scarer, Sully, the most. He's the furry blue monsters with purple spots. Sully is all scary when doing his job, but he's actually a friendly, sweet and kindhearted monster. Mike, the one eyed round green monster, is Sully's best friend. His egoistic moves always made us laugh.

The two scary monsters are the best of friends. However, after watching the trailer of the new Disney•Pixar movie, they are more of enemies than besties. I'm sure something huge has happened that made them the best of friends. And I AM interested to find out why. Very excited for Monsters University to show in Singapore's cinemas.



Catch Disney•Pixar's "Monsters University" in Singapore cinemas this 20 June 2013! 
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