toy story 4 tickets

Toy Story 4 is almost here, and if you just can’t wait to grab your tickets for the latest Pixar sequel, today is your lucky day. Advance Toy Story 4 tickets are on sale right now, along with tickets for “Opening Night Fan Events” and marathons showing all four Toy Story films back-to-back. But wait, there’s more! A new clip from the film is also available, featuring everyone’s favorite new existential dread action figure, Forky!

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Bo Peep in Toy Story 4

Perhaps the most exciting character in Toy Story 4 isn’t a new toy, but one we’ve already met before (and technically not a toy): Bo Peep. Introduced way back in the first Toy Story movie and voiced by Annie Potts, Bo is a porcelain doll attached to a lamp with three sheep. She’s friendly, flirtatious, compassionate, and smart, and she had such a special connection with Woody. We haven’t seen Bo since Toy Story 2, and neither have her old pals Woody and Buzz. But Bo comes back in a big way in Toy Story 4 with a new life and a whole new attitude (and wardrobe).

During a recent visit to the Pixar campus, we learned a lot about Bo’s evolution and the pivotal role she plays in Woody’s journey.

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toy story 4 trailer

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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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 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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Mark Chilcott Pixar Animation Prints

Even though there are plenty of pop culture prints paying tribute to sci-fi and fantasy favorites from every decade, it can be a little more difficult to find satisfying prints for your favorite Disney movies. But thankfully, some of the best films from Pixar Animation have been turned into stunning new prints by artist Mark Chilcott, each with bright, vibrant colors that bring movies like Ratatouille, Up, The Incredibles, Inside Out and more to life in a whole new way. 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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The Rules of Toy Story

Toy Story 4 faces an immediate uphill battle: how do you follow up Toy Story 3, one of the best sequels ever made and a film that felt like a perfect conclusion to the entire series? Pixar and director Josh Cooley have a lot to prove, but we know this much — we don’t like to bet against the people who made Up, Inside Out, and Finding Nemo.

/Film’s Peter Sciretta and Ben Pearson were in attendance at CinemaCon 2019 in Las Vegas when Disney presented new footage from Toy Story 4. Can it match the absurd highs of the previous film in the series? Let’s take a look.

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Toy Story 4 Trailer

Last week, the latest Toy Story 4 trailer gave us a more proper introduction to Forky (Tony Hale), a new makeshift toy that raises some horrifying questions about the universe of the Pixar Animation franchise. But it also paid close attention to the eye-opening adventure that Woody (Tom Hanks) goes on when he’s forced to keep Forky from running out on Bonnie. Now a new Toy Story 4 trailer has come along from across the pond, and while the set-up with Woody and Forky is mostly the same, there’s plenty of new footage of Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) trying to track down his old sheriff buddy. Read More »