[Spotting Sulley while he's working out] : All you hadda do, was listen to me, just once! Mike Sulley's eventual sidekick, Mike Wazowski, had not yet been added. OK Gentleman.  In August 2002, a manga version of Monsters, Inc. was made by Hiromi Yamafuji and distributed in Kodansha's Comic Bon Bon magazine in Japan; the manga was published in English by Tokyopop until it went out of print. : Samuel Lord Black as George Sanderson, a chubby, oranged-furred monster with a sole horn on top of his head. C'mon, you could use the exercise. : We have to get Boo's door and find a station. Monsters, Inc. is a 2001 movie produced by Pixar Animation Studios.It was Pixar's fourth computer animated movie. : Babysitter Mike The monsters are hiding them, Mike.  After a shot with Sulley in it had been animated, this department took the data for that shot and added Sulley's fur. Mike Mike During his first semester, he meets Sulley (John Goodman), a natural-born Scarer. That thing is a KILLING MACHINE!  The theatrical release was accompanied with the Pixar short animated film For the Birds. Do I look abominable to you? Mike Go get 'em, Mr. Sullivan! Mike : At the Monsters, Inc. factory, skilled monsters employed as "scarers" venture into the human world to scare children and harvest their screams, through doors that activate portals to children's bedroom closets. He leads the pursuing Waternoose into the company's simulation room, where Mike records Waternoose angrily declaring his plan to salvage the company by kidnapping children. Lovable Sulley (John Goodman) and his wisecracking sidekick Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) are the top scare team at MONSTERS, INC., the scream-processing factory in Monstropolis. How original. [Excited to watch Sulley] [Boo laughs at seeing that, which causes the Lights in the Hallway to go out, and the Little Monsters begin to scream in panic].  It was one of the first animated films to be nominated for Best Animated Feature (lost to Shrek). , For the equipment manufacturer company "Monster Inc.", see, 2002, Monsters Inc, DVD-Behind the Scenes, thirty-second highest-grossing film of all time, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Great. Now, give us a a Great Big Roar. Billy Crystal is a voice actor known for voicing Mike, and Calcifer. : : Sulley [Mike and Sully are caught behind Boo's door]. You see, I... was the ball. [tearfully] : Filming & Production None of that matters now. They soon discover that the girl is not toxic, and that her laughter generates an immense amount of power. We just wanted to wish you good luck today. Through! Ooh, she's nuts. Sulley [the lights come on and it's revealed that Boo's room is really the simulation room; Mike and several CDA agents are standing behind the console]. No, I'm not attacking you. I'm sorry, Wazowski, but Randall said I'm not allowed to fraternize with victims of his evil plot. : Mike WAZOWSKI! [singing] All right, I got a move here, it'll bring down the house. Ha, ha, ha. : Welcome to the Himalayas. Take a visual walk through his career and see 14 images of the characters he's voiced and listen to 3 clips that showcase his performances. It needs one final piece, which Sulley took as a memento, in order to work. [is fighting the invisible Randall when he is hit with a snowball] : Mike The Yeti points at Mike]. And who will we be scaring today? Michael \"Mike\" Wazowski first appeared in the 2001 film Monsters, Inc., voiced by Billy Crystal. But when the big hand points down... [bends the right arm over the left; Mike groans in pain]. : I wasn't scared, I have allergies. Listen, I need a favor. : We need to get there NOW. Come out slowly with the child in plain sight. As Waternoose is arrested by the CDA, he reprimands Sulley for destroying the company and worsening the energy crisis. Mr. Waternoose. : Mike Wazowski! Needleman : : A STUPID KID! So when Disney asked us to do some more films, I wanted to tap into a childlike notion that was similar to that. He instead finds the simulated child]. : [unlocks his car] Celia Yeah, it's uh, "Bring an Obscure Relative to Work Day". Put that thing back where it came from or so help me... so help me, so help me and cut. Smitty Okay, I think I know how to make this all go away. Mike [Sully goes looking for Boo; Mike tries to talk him out of it]. Energy production is falling because children are becoming less easily scared, and the company's CEO, Henry J. Waternoose III, is determined to find a solution to the problem. Sulley Mike Because I got a really nice car. Boo? Scream Arena (2002 Video Game) Mike. Mike Doesn't that matter? After several failed attempts by Sulley to put her back, Randall sends the door back into the factory's door storage vault, and Sulley takes the girl out of the factory in a duffel bag. Kids What about Celia? : Sulley Once the scene moved on to animation, the animators would plus the material even further. Mike Ha. : : [Steping out from behind the door with Boo's monster disguise costume] Stanton wrote the screenplay with screenwriter Dan Gerson. What? We're rehearsing a - a scene for the upcoming company play called uh, Put That Thing Back Where It Came From Or So Help Me. Mike We'll have a latte! Sulley [Ted clucks; light changes and they cross]. But it's impossible to get a reservation there. : Okay, here's the truth.  Mary's age also differed from draft to draft until the writers settled on the age of 3. : : As of May 2013, it is the eighth-biggest fourth weekend ever for a film. Celia Hey, hey, hey, hey. Bottom of the Mountain. I'm sorry, Mike. Billy Crystal at premiere of Monsters University in June 2013. BOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I'm a natural. However, the monster world believes that the children are toxic, and when one sneaks into the factory, Sulley and Mike must return her home before it’s too late. Mike : Celia I'm cooperating. Mike, this isn't Boo's door. Little did he know that Boo was standing close by, watching in horror]. Right. Mike : I didn't mean all this to happen. Billy Crystal. Roz thanks Mike and Sulley for their help and allows Sulley to return Boo home, but she has Boo's door demolished to prevent any monsters from making further contact with her. Sulley I was the fastest one out there. [a snowcone gets thrown at Sulley from off-screen. I don't know, but it's been said, I love scaring kids in bed! Your stunned silence is very reassuring. I am never... never gonna see her again. Kingdom Hearts III (2019 Video Game) Mike Carlos Alazraqui Yuji Tanaka. Yeah, I got, uh, Smelly Garbage or Old Dumpster. Mike Randall He is charming and generally the more organized of the two, but is prone to neurotics and his ego sometimes leads him astray. '", Docter began work on the film that would become Monsters, Inc. in 1996 while others focused on A Bug's Life (1998) and Toy Story 2 (1999). [materializes in front of Mike's locker] There's no we this time, pal. [deleted scene] Sulley Mike Mike : Sushi? Scary monsters don't have plaque! Each monster represented a fear he had, and conquering those fears caused the monsters to eventually disappear. Hey, Waxford! Roz To solve the problem of cloth-to-cloth collisions, Michael Kass, Pixar's senior scientist, was joined on Monsters, Inc. by David Baraff and Andrew Witkin and developed an algorithm they called "global intersection analysis" to handle the problem. Mike Come on, tell me it's a new haircut, isn't it? : Mike invokes Boo's laughter, which causes all the doors to activate at once, allowing the monsters to freely pass in and out of the human world. Sulley OK, that's it, noone touches Little Mikey. Smitty Simple, yet insane. Billy Crystal (born March 14, 1948, 68 years old) is an American actor, writer, director, and comedian, who is well known for playing the role of Mike Wazowski. Once you name it, you start getting attached to it. Mike : I mean, how about all this fabulous snow, huh? Mike : Roar! Wanna know why I bought the car? Celia :  Like Goodman, Kahrs came to think of Sulley as a football player, one whose athleticism enabled him to move quickly in spite of his size. What's going on up there, Sulley? It's her door. Sulley : To help the animators with Sulley and other large monsters, Pixar arranged for Rodger Kram, a University of California, Berkeley expert on the locomotion of heavy mammals, to lecture on the subject. Oh, okay, that's - no. : : Look at the big jerk. To make his dream a reality, he enrolls at Monsters University. Wh... What did you say? Uh, no, uh... Mike : : Toot-toot! The end credits song "If I Didn't Have You" was sung by John Goodman and Billy Crystal. : Well, as a matter of fact... Roz Sulley Roz Sulley Sulley Mike : Oh, and wait until you see the local village, cutest thing in the world. Giant slingshot? , Between 1996 and 2000, the lead monster and child went through radical changes as the story evolved. Mike That cheater! : Tonight it's about me and Celia. The prequel's plot focuses on Sulley and Mike's studies at Monsters University, where they start off as rivals but soon become best friends. Mike But I love sports. : : : Fungus Sullivan is a huge, intimidating monster with blue fur, large purple spots and horns. Monster  The lawsuit also stated that a story artist from Pixar visited Mouse in 2000, and discussed Mouse's work with him. [Sulley Grabs Fungus from above, Mike looks up overjoyed. Sulley Ever since he was a kid monster, Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) has dreamed of becoming a Scarer. [Boo, in disguise, walks up to Mr. Waternoose]. Yeti Ook-lay in the ag-bay. : The idea was later largely rejected, as it was thought that audiences would be distracted by the tentacles. : I'm a nice guy. Before Randall can test the machine on Mike, Sulley saves Mike, and the pair report to Waternoose about Randall's plan. You didn't file your paperwork last night.