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Woody, Buzz, and the gang are back, but in Toy Story 4 they find themselves grappling with a concept they have never faced before: existential crises. Picking up where Toy Story 3 left off, Woody and the toys are happily living with Bonnie, who has created a brand-new toy out of a spork that has some terrifying implications for the world of Toy Story. But the existential crises are just beginning, as Bonnie’s family sets off on a road trip vacation that brings Woody face-to-face with a familiar old friend. Watch the latest Toy Story 4 trailer below.

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In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Behold new Toy Story 4 posters, as well as a car commercial.
  • Screenwriter Jeff Buhler has some ideas for a Pet Sematary sequel.
  • Jumanji 3 has wrapped.
  • The Terminator: Dark Fate trailer is coming.
  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters gets some monster-sized banners.
  • Angry Birds 2 is at Cannes, for whatever reason.

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toy story 4 tv spot forky

One thing is clear: Toy Story 4 is going to have a lot more existential dread than the last three films. That’s thanks to Forky, the new character that begs the question: just what is it that makes a toy a toy? And we’re talking the secretly sentient type of toy here, too. Is every single thing a kid plays with a toy – and if so, does that mean anything a child plays with will come to life? The implications are terrifying. In a new Toy Story 4 TV spot, we get to see the origins of Forky, and they’re about as spooky as you might expect.

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Toy Story 4 TV Spot

When it comes to voice acting, Keanu Reeves‘ experience has been pretty limited. Previously, Reeves has only voiced animated versions of live-action characters like Neo in The Animatrix or Ted Logan in the Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure animated series. Plus, he also kinda’ voiced himself in the form of the titular cat in Key & Peele’s movie Keanu. But now he’s full-on voicing an animated character that he’s never played before, and it’s something else.

Toy Story 4 has Keanu Reeves voicing a daredevil toy named Duke Caboom, and the character has finally been properly introduced in the form of a new TV spot. He’s the Canuck with all the luck, but it looks like he’s not too good at pulling off all the stunts that’s he’s supposed to be able to. Watch the Toy Story 4 TV spot below to meet Duke. Read More »

Toy Story 4 Villain

Sid. Stinky Pete. Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear. Every Toy Story movie needs a villain, and Gabby Gabby is the latest in a line of great baddies. As with her predecessors, the Toy Story 4 villain is a complex character whose motivations are somewhat understandable – even if the way she acts on them is terrible. Voiced by Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks, Gabby Gabby is a vintage baby doll who lives in a huge antiques mall and relies on ventriloquist dummies to do her bidding. Not only is she one of the most exciting new toys, but she just might become the most interesting villain in the series.

During a recent visit to the Pixar campus, we had the opportunity to watch a scene featuring Gabby Gabby and learn all about this intriguing new character.

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Toy Story 4 Set Visit

It’s been almost 10 years since we last saw Woody, Buzz, and the gang. And even though not that much time has elapsed in their animated world, there are still plenty of changes ahead for our favorite characters in Toy Story 4 including new adventures, new crises, and some new villains, too.

We recently had the privilege of visiting the Pixar campus for a sneak peek at the upcoming sequel, which picks up where Toy Story 3 left off: Woody and the toys are living with Bonnie, who is embarking on a harrowing adventure of her own as she begins kindergarten. Just as Woody begins to settle into his life with Bonnie, her family sets off on a road trip vacation, where an encounter with a familiar old pal has the potential to change Woody’s life forever.

Along the way, we’ll be meeting several new faces – some friendly, and others… not so much. Read on for everything you need to know about the new characters in Toy Story 4.

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child's play remake poster toy story 4

In a weird coincidence, two sentient toy movies are hitting theaters on the same day: both the Child’s Play remake and Toy Story 4. The Child’s Play marketing team decided to have a little fun with this, creating a poster that strongly implies Chucky just straight-up murdered beloved Toy Story character Woody. It’s a fun way to make children cry! See the Child’s Play remake poster below.

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Summer 2019 Movies

Even though summer doesn’t officially begin until late in June, Marvel Studios has officially proclaimed the beginning of the summer blockbuster movie season with Avengers: Endgame. Even though it will be one of the biggest movies of the year, there are still plenty more blockbuster hits coming to theaters this summer, and a new 2019 summer movies montage has arrived to get you hyped for the rest of the films coming this season. Watch it below. Read More »

Toy Story 4 TV spot cat

A new Toy Story 4 TV spot is here, and it’s loud. It features all our old familiar toy-friends: Woody, Buzz, and so on. It looks about what you might expect, and then, holy crap! There’s suddenly a very photorealistic cat, and it’s scary. The Toy Story films have always had impressive animation, but the character designs have never been overly realistic. Until now! Watch the Toy Story 4 TV spot below.

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Pixar Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments

Even though we’re way too far out from the holidays to even consider decorating, the folks at Hallmark like to get a head start on the season with the unveiling of their new batch of Keepsake Ornaments for your Christmas tree. Every single year there are dozens of amazing new ornaments from your favorite movies and TV shows, and that includes a bunch of new ones from Pixar’s movies like Inside Out, Up, Incredibles 2, Cars 3, and the upcoming Toy Story 4.

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