Toy Story 4

‘Toy Story 4’ Adds Patricia Arquette as a Shiny New Character

by Britt Hayes November 12, 2015 @ 7:19 PM
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Disney and Pixar first announced the long-awaited fourth installment in the Toy Story franchise over the summer, though we still have a few years to wait before we’ll continue our adventures with Woody and Buzz. As you might expect, Andy’s former toy pals will meet some new characters in the sequel, and Pixar has found a perfect voice for one of them in Oscar-winning Boyhood star Patricia Arquette.

‘Toy Story 4’ Will Be a Love Story Between Woody and Bo Peep

by Jacob Hall August 14, 2015 @ 2:20 PM
Normally, you’d dread the fourth entry in any beloved film series, but it feels kind of okay to have positive thoughts about Toy Story 4. After all, its three predecessors are among the strongest films in Pixar’s mostly untouchable library. If anyone can make the fourth feature-length adventure of a cowboy doll and his friends sing, it’s these guys. So, without further ado, here’s what the film is about, straight from the mouth of Pixar founder and Disney chief creative officer John Lasseter,

Update: 'Toy Story 4' Is Officially Happening, Gets a 2017 Release Date

by Britt Hayes November 6, 2014 @ 4:24 PM
Even though we were told, once upon a time, that Disney and Pixar had no plans for 'Toy Story 4,' it seems that those plans have changed. After a series of short films that kept us up to date with the adventures of Woody and Buzz Lightyear and friends, Disney CEO Bob Iger has just announced that we'll finally be getting a 'Toy Story 4' after all, and it has an official release date and everything.

Disney Greenlights 'Toy Story' 4 & 5 For the Small Screen

by Melissa Molina June 6, 2012 @ 8:00 PM
The last time we saw Woody and Buzz in their own movie they were in the warm and loving care of Bonnie. Sure, we got a sneak peek at their lives post-'Toy Story 3' in the 'Toy Story Toons,' but do you want another feature length movie made about our lovable group of plastic toys? Of course you do. That's why Disney is gearing up to make two more, but this time they're not releasing them in theaters nationwide.