Monsters University Gets Four New Teaser Trailers

Mike and Sully in Monsters University
(Image credit: Pixar)

Prepare to scream...with laughter! It's now been 11 years since the release of Pixar's Monsters Inc. and if you're like me you've been waiting that entire time for a sequel. Mike and Sully, voiced by Billy Crystal and John Goodman, are some of the best lead characters that the animation company has produced and the idea of learning about their origin just sounds like an incredible amount of fun. So allow me to introduce all of you to Monsters University.

A prequel to Monsters, Inc., the new film takes us back to Mike and Sully's college days where they first met, became rivals, and then became allies. The movie won't be released until next year, but with Brave hitting theaters this weekend Pixar wants to make sure that you know exactly what they have coming up next. And how exactly are they doing that? By premiering four different teaser trailers at the same time! Below you will find all four teasers, which come from Disney, Apple, Yahoo and The Huffington Post, respectively with a different line from Mike in each one. Check them out!

In addition to Crystal and Goodman, who return to provide the voices for their characters, Monsters University also stars Steve Buscemi, Ken Jeong, Joel Murray, Kelsey Grammer, Rob Riggle, Frank Oz, Dave Foley, J.B. Smoove, Julia Sweeny and John Ratzenberger. Dan Scanlon directed the project, which will arrive theaters this same weekend next year, on June 21, 2013. In the meantime, to read more about the project head over to our Blend Film Database.

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