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What to expect from “Toy Story 4”

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What to expect from “Toy Story 4”

Poster for “Toy Story 4” releasing June 21

Poster for “Toy Story 4” releasing June 21

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Poster for “Toy Story 4” releasing June 21

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Poster for “Toy Story 4” releasing June 21

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Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios is releasing “Toy Story 4” on June 21. The upcoming 3D, computer-animated, comedy is directed by Josh Cooley, and is the third sequel to the beloved “Toy Story” franchise.

Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Jessie and the rest of the “Toy Story” gang are joined by newcomer “Forky” in the “Toy Story 4” teaser trailer. The trailer reveals the film takes the characters on a brand-new road trip adventure.

Road trip adventures and toys having existential crises were key elements of the original “Toy Story,” so it only makes sense “Toy Story 4” includes them too. When Bonnie adds an unwilling new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy. Forky is voiced by Tony Hale, and is an actual spork-turned-craft project who swears he isn’t a toy. At the beginning of the dreamy teaser trailer it shows Forky disrupting the classic “Toy Story” gang’s melodious flow, and feels very out of place floating alongside them screaming, “I don’t belong here.” The makeshift toy’s panicked response sets off a chain reaction, sending the other toys spinning in the air, and letting out their famous catchphrases, like Woody’s “There’s a snake in my boot,” and Buzz Lightyear’s, “To infinity and beyond.”

A lot has changed since “Toy Story 4” was released in 2014. The Disney/Pixar sequel was supposed to be directed by John Lasseter, and follow Woody and Buzz on an adventure to find Bo Peep. Lasseter has since left the project and will be stepping down as Disney and Pixar Animation’s Chief Creative Officer at the end of the year. Josh Cooley, who co-wrote  the animated movie “Inside Out,” will be directing “Toy Story 4”  solo.

The story with Forky is far different from the Woody and Buzz rescue Bo Peep plot that was originally announced, but voice actor, Annie Potts confirmed earlier this year she’s still part of the film.

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