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To Infinity And Beyond! ‘Toy Story 4’ To Arrive In June 2019

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Three years ago, Toy Story 4 was slated to be released in November 2017. As you’ve probably figured out by now, Woody & Co. didn’t make their expected return. But the movie is still happening. Fortunately, Disney was finally able to dot the i’s and cross the t’s for an actual release date.

The Adventure Takes Off

Toy Story 4 will officially see its long-awaited theatrical release on June 21, 2019. Upon hearing the news, fans had split opinions about it. While some people enjoy seeing their old friends back on screen, many thought Toy Story 3‘s ending brought enough closure to the series.

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“The Toy Story trilogy is amazing and perfect. Toy Story 3 had the perfect ending,” one commenter said on Facebook.

No Toy Gets Left Behind

What’s slated to go down in Toy Story 4? Well, it’s set to be a love story between Woody and Little Bo Peep. Woody and the rest will go on a mission to find her and get into some hijinks along the way. Fans will remember that Peep was conspicuously absent from Toy Story 3. One theory surrounding her absence involves her being sold shortly after Toy Story 2.

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Another reason why she was missing was the incinerator scene in Toy Story 3. Since she was made out of porcelain, Peep would’ve easily been a casualty. Pixar didn’t want to have fans walk away upset, so they took her out of the flick.

The Toys Are Back

Tim Allen and Tom Hanks will return to lend their voices to Buzz Lightyear and Woody. Joan Cusack, Blake Clark, John Ratzenberger, and Annie Potts are among those also set to reprise their respective characters.

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Don Rickles was set to reprise his role of Mr. Potato Head before his death last year. There’s no word on who will replace him in the upcoming film.

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