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Disney Gone Wild: Threesome

Mar 21, 13 Disney Gone Wild: Threesome

The Academy Awards are here and gone. We’ve found out about new features and short films that we rushed out and saw the following night. One of the more notable winners from the Oscar’s festivities was none other than the instant crowd favorite; Disney’s short, Paperman (which I totally called that beforehand). The short was a fantastic piece that I still to this day encourage you to watch if you have been on the fence about seeing it. If you have, on the other hand, then I bet you were left wishing for more; wishing for something like a sequel.

Well you know what they say, be careful what you wish for because you just might get it even if it is a sequel to a Disney short film.

Just putting that out there.

In what seems like no time, we have a continuation of the whimsical tale of a heart-struck guy who put his job on the line (as well as his health benefits) to get a chance to have a moment with the woman who caught his eye.

Before you jump for joy, I have to give a quick cautionary warning.

No, this short isn’t produced by Disney, but crafted by the devious minds of the good folks at Collegehumor.com (ummm… yep, you might want to put the kids away for this one buddy).

The sequel is called Threesome… yes, Threesome, and is a parody sequel to the Academy Award winner.

The parody centers on the couple to be after they’ve been on a few dates together (and after the protagonist gets fired from his job, I’m presuming) and progresses to the moment when the two decide to take things to another level. No, there are not any animated naughty bits to speak of, but that doesn’t mean the short film is any less crude. As crude as the parody is, I would have to admit the short is just as hilariously entertaining.

I didn’t expect to surf around the web and find out that Paperman had gotten the viral treatment. Paperman was a work of art that I wish could have continued on, but I guess this isn’t the sequel we all wanted, but the sequel we all deserve.

Okay, maybe the Dark Knight bit was out of line, but as a computer animation student, and as an avid fan of the art form that is animation, I am glad to see a short film make its rounds onto pop culture (almost brings a tear to my eye… almost).

Sit back, relax and have a laugh; the world is way too serious anyway (nearly hit a Joker bit, but I don’t want to go there). Let this be the joke of the office and share with your coworkers (or at least the ones that are cool enough to watch art house short films).

If you are so enticed and just can’t wait anymore. then there’s no worries; I’ve got the film below after the jump.

And yes, you are hardworking grown adult who is about to enjoy watching a cartoon.

Image Credit: Disney

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