Brothers Morgan and Mason McGrew re-created the famous Pixar film completely in stop motion, calling it Toy Story 3 in Real Life. OK, to be honest it's not 100% in stop motion since it takes place in real environments. There are live action scenes and occasionally some rod puppetry shots that are used too. However the majority of the project was done one frame at a time and it took over eight years to complete. So would Toy Story have been better if it were done by hand as opposed to in a computer? Maybe not, but it might have had a little more charm in that every kid imagines their toys living and breathing in their toy box when the lights go out. If you'd like to see how the project was made with behind the scenes video clips, check out the official Facebook page here. You can also see similar updates on their official YouTube channel here.