My mind boggles!
I can see why the "trivia" item, that this "will be the third sequel with a number in the title" (after Toy Story 2 and Cars 2 — whoever entered that trivium forgot about Toy Story 3 and Toy Story 4) was removed; it was like saying that this will be the twenty-first Pixar feature film with a title! Surely sequels without numbers in the titles are the exception rather than the rule? Where a follow-up movie doesn't have a number in the title, that's usually because it's a prequel, not a sequel (Monsters University, Minions). — RobertATfm (talk) 10:03, December 26, 2015 (UTC)
- Yea, I get that the definition of trivia is pieces of information of little importance or value, but at some point it seems it goes well beyond little importance. I also really dislike anything that is a sequence (this is the third, etc), as it usually requires maintaining as new films are released. Personally, I don't think I want trivial items but rather little known or behind-the-scene facts. --Jeff (talk) 16:36, December 26, 2015 (UTC)
I see what they did with the logo...