We love the films of Pixar here at Comedy Examiner HQ, but– as with anything else that we love– we recognize a good joke when we see one, even if it is being made at the thing-we-love’s expense. And so, with that in mind, we’d like to present you with the poster for the sequel to Pixar’s Up: no, it’s not real, but damn, did it make us laugh really, really hard. See it for yourselves below, my gentle Examiner readers…
Hey, didja see Pixar’s Up? Of course you did. That movie was awesome. Everyone loved Up. In fact, the movie made an assfull (that’s a metric measurement) of money at the box office, which means that a sequel can’t be far behind, right? I mean, hell, Pixar made a sequel to its least-popular movie, Cars, so it’s not so hard to believe that an Up sequel might come down the pike sooner or later, right?
Well, that’s the idea behind the Funny Photo (really a Funny Poster) over there on the left. Click the “Slideshow” box to see it for yourselves, biggie-sized in all its glory. What you’re about to see is a poster for the Up sequel– obviously titled Down— which seems to indicate that the old guy from the first film didn’t make it to the sequel.
Stay tuned for more Pixar-related awesomeness in the near future, my precious snowflakes. And– as always– you can stay tuned for more Funny Photos in the days, weeks, months, and years ahead (assuming some angry Pixar enthusiast doesn’t assassinate your humble Comedy Examiner first), and– also “as always”– you can send in your own Funny Photos for a chance to have them featured here at Comedy Examiner HQ. If they’re selected, you’ll be given credit and all the glory that comes with seeing your name in digital print. Just think how jealous your friends are gonna be! Stay tuned for more, ladies.
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