I think I mentioned earlier that they're making a prequel to Monsters, Inc. Personally, I like Monsters, Inc., but I think it gets more credit than it deserves. It especially bugs me when people say it's such a creative idea to have a children's movie about nice monsters, because "nice monsters" has been the premise of Sesame Street for about 40 years now.
I worked at the movie theaters when Monsters, Inc. came out, and I liked the duet that played at the end of the movie, during the ending credits. I heard the song about twenty times, because I'd be cleaning the movie theater while the song played.
But after a month or so, they released a new version of the movie, where bloopers play during the ending credits, instead of the song. And then later on, they released another version of the movie, with more bloopers during the ending credits. I liked the song during the credits better, myself.
Anyway, it seems that Monsters is getting a 3D re-release, to prep everyone for the sequel, just like they did with Toy Story 3. What's with all these sequels being made over ten years after the original, anyway? Kind of odd.