More than 20 years after the its first version hit cinemas worldwide, Pixar has confirmed the release date of Toy Story 4 on its Facebook account.
Pixar have confirmed on their Facebook account that Toy Story 4 starring Woody and Buzz would be released in cinemas worldwide in June 2019.
The news that the fourth installment is readied to be released next year has taken the Toy Story fans by joy. Remember, it was nine years ago that the third installment of the movie was released.
When its first part was released in 1995, Toy Story became the first animated film to be nominated for an Academy Award. It was nominated for the Best Original Screenplay Award, though the film wasn’t able to win it as Keyser Soze from the Usual Suspects ended up winning the Oscar.
The major focus of the Toy Story 1 was on the toys of Andy, who come alive when Andy is not around. Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3, meanwhile, see the Toys forming a bonhomie to save each other from difficult situations.
It was in these two movies that Woody was stolen by a toy dealer and the whole group was mistakenly being transported to Sunnyside Daycare, from where they plotted a successful escape back to Andy’s house.
Reaction of the Fans to the Announcement
As expected, fans of Toy Story 4 were jubilant on seeing the confirmation of the release date of Toy Story 4.
Toy story 4 can't wait definitely seeing it
— David Benton 🎄🎅 💡 (@Swfc2020) April 8, 2018
What We Know So Far About Toy Story 4
Turning our attention back to Toy Story 4, and Disney says that its story was dreamed up by veterans like Lee Unkrich, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, and John Lasseter. It means that the fans should be hopeful of seeing the same drama and fun with which Toy Story franchise has fascinated them over the years.
Also, while it the plot of the movie remains unconfirmed, there’s a very good chance that Bonnie will be back in the spotlight.
For, in both the TV series of “Toy Story of Terror” as well as ABC’s “Toy Story that Time Forgot”, all the toys were still in the possession of Bonnie who adopted them from Andy in the final scene of Toy Story 3.