Whether you have watched the movie, “Monsters Inc.” or not, you should know the name Mike Wazowski. This character is one of the main characters in the video game, “Kingdom Hearts III”. In this game, Mike has to save the world, but first he has to save his own town. In the video game, you can play the role of Mike, but you will need to get a code from Kingdom Hearts III’s fansite to do so.
Originally titled “The Hidden City,” Monsters, Inc. is a 2001 computer-animated comedy film from Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures. It was directed by Pete Docter and Lee Unkrich, and co-directed by David Silverman.
The movie features a cast of colorful characters including Mike Wazowski, Sulley, Needleman, and the bossy Mr. Waternoose. The story revolves around Mike and Sulley’s attempts to save the Monster World from a dangerous energy crisis.
The head of the company uses fear to power Monstropolis. This is done through the use of screams of children. The film also tries to prove that laughter is more effective than screaming.
The film has several bonus features. One of them includes simulated outtakes. Another is a short called Mike’s New Car. These were not included with the home video releases.
Monsters at Work
Taking place in the world of Monsters Inc., Monsters at Work is a direct sequel to the film. This incarnation of the movie will feature new characters, a more adult focus and a host of gags that are sure to please both kids and adults.
In the first season of Monsters at Work, the company’s transition from scare power to laugh power is at the center of the story. In an attempt to find the next big thing, the two main characters Mike and Sulley go through a number of trials and tribulations, resulting in a major arc.
Monsters at Work features a new cast of workplace monsters. In addition to Mike, Sulley, and Tylor Tuskmon, there is also Val Little (a.k.a. the ‘Val’ in the original movie). These characters are all important, but the real star is Tylor.
Several years after the success of Monsters, Inc., Mike Wazowski is back as a character in the Monsters at Work series. This is the first Pixar series to feature voice actors from the original movies. In addition to the voices of Billy Crystal and Steve Buscemi, the show also features voice work from Mary Gibbs, John Goodman, and Christopher Swindle.
The Monsters at Work series follows the continuity set by the original movie. It also includes new characters, such as Celia as a floor supervisor, and Waternoose as the CEO of Monsters, Inc. In order to save the monster world from a rising crisis, Boo is brought home.
In the Monsters at Work series, Randall is a rival to Sulley and Mike. Randall is a purple eight-legged lizard-like monster. He intends to betray Waternoose.
Oozma Kappa fraternity vs Oozma Kappa
Until this point, little Mike Wazowski has never felt the need for a fraternity. But after a mascot incident involving the Oozma Kappa fraternity, he begins to realize that he needs one. His plan to join the Oozma Kappa Fraternity is thwarted when he meets a guy named Sully Sullivan.
Eventually, Mike and Sulley are both kicked out of the scaring program by the Dean of Monsters University. However, they decide to team up to get back into the program. They must win a “Scare Games” competition to get back into the program. These are scare games based on the Triwizard Tournament and Double Dare.
The competition is a mix of a Thunderdome and a Triwizard Tournament. The winning team is rewarded with admission into the scaring program. Those teams that finish last are eliminated.
Originally a receptionist at Monsters, Inc., Celia Mae has been promoted to the Laugh Floor Supervisor. She also appears in the television series Monsters at Work. She is the girlfriend of Mike Wazowski.
Although the character has been around for years, she only made her official debut in the film Monsters, Inc. The movie features a cameo appearance by Celia.
A photograph of Celia can be seen in Sulley’s locker in Monsters, Inc. She has a gill-print design on her costume, as well as a blue-green vulture-like ruff to keep her hair out of her face. She also has purple snakes for hair.
There are several versions of the Celia Mae figure, including a 7.5-inch tall version, a 12-inch tall version with calamari legs, and a 10-inch tall version with sushi accessories. She is also available in a collectible Disney and Pixar Featured Favorites figure pack. These figures are curated and designed to look like the characters from the movies. The figure pack comes with a teapot, as well as sushi accessories.