It’s the comedy adventure movie franchise for children, and adults alike, which has spawned the imagination for millions across the globe.
And die-hard fans will be delighted to learn that yet another trailer has been released for Toy Story 4, which is set to hit theatres on June 21, and shows Woody’s delight at introducing his new pal Forky to the gang,
The thrilling new tale also features an in-depth look into Buzz Lightyear’s exciting storyline as the gang embark on a series of misfortunes and adventures, allowing the group to figure out the true meaning of being a toy.
The exciting new teaser begins with Woody (Tom Hanks) telling everyone of his new pal.
‘Forky is the most important toy to Bonnie right now. We all have to make sure nothing happens to him.’
However, Forky clearly has other ideas as he begins to question his purpose in life and jumps out of Bonnie’s RV to escape during her family road trip
Woody jumps out after him and it’s then that he ends up running into his love interest from the first instalment, Bo Peep (Annie Potts).
There begins a journey where Woody starts to question his life at Bonnie’s house, who in return shows him that he can have a life outside of being just a kid’s toy.
Buzz (Tim Allen) is also seen in the trailer facing hilarious setbacks of his own at an amusement park as he tries to find his pal Woody.
The synopsis of the plot has been revealed as the following: ‘Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie.
‘But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy.’
Also voicing characters in the movie are Jordan Peele (Bunny), Keanu Reeves, Patricia Arquette, Joan Cusack (Jessie) and Tim Allen (Buzz Lightyear).
Hanks first starred as toy Sheriff Woody in the original 1995 Toy Story, alongside the Tim Allen voiced Buzz Lightyear.
The first three instalments alone have grossed more than $1.9 billion worldwide.