Who saw that coming?! Out of nowhere, Disney dropped their brand new, first-look teaser trailer for Toy Story 4 this morning and it’s all about a fork.
Last seen in 2010’s Toy Story 3, Woody, Buzz and company are due to return to big screens for a fourth outing next Summer but they won’t be alone.
You’ll have to watch the trailer yourself to get a glimpse the new character in action but what we do know is that Toy Story 4 is to tell a story very much separate from the original trilogy.
For one thing, there’s no sign of Andy in the teaser, which you can watch here…
Toy Story 4 has been directed by Inside Out animator Josh Cooley and comes from the imaginations of John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich and scriptwriter Stephany Folsom.
Alongside Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, the film sees Annie Potts return to the role of Bo Peep for the first time since 1999. ‘Veep’ star Tony Hale joins the cast as Forky.
Toy Story 4 is out in the UK on 21 June 2019.
Let us know what you think of the trailer in the comments!
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Audiences, however, seem to love the film, leading to hearty takings being raked in across the world.
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