Now if andy grew up a little for the third movie, I'd love to see an older version of Molly.
Naturally, some toys would get shipped to her room making an interesting concept of the toys having to sneak between rooms to meet up.
And off course a lot of new toy characters.
Some more barbies, my little pony and what else girls like to play with
I don't know. Pixar films are very boy-centered. Even if Molly's like five or six in this film, I don't think she'd be in it a whole lot. I could be wrong, but that's how I see it.
Emily, Hannah, and Cindy (the girl who ended up owning Stinky Pete ) all got very minimal screen time in both TS films. I think this is partly due to the guy-centered plots but also the fact that aside from having tea parties and playing cowgirl in exactly the same way boys play with their cowboy dolls, Pixar guys don't seem to know very much at all about how girls really play with their dolls/toys.
Girls often play at being mommies, cooking, dressing up, "shopping", wearing fake jewlery, playing house, feeding their dolls with bottles, etc....Did they show anything like this?
(It wouldn't bother me as sexist--that IS how many girls play, that's just realistic. The only reason the Barbies bothered me was because they're sex objects seen from Ham, Mr. Potatohead and Slinky's POV AND THAT'S IT. I mean a stewardess, girls in skimpy bathing suits playing volleyball and limboing? What is this, the Playboy mansion or something? )