The Toy Story 4 movie has been a long-awaited film – and in facts it’s almost a decade since fans last caught up with its adventures. But nevertheless, the movie is finally on its way, having premiered in the United States on Tuesday night.
When is the release date?
Toy Story is now officially set for release in the United Kingdom on Friday, 21 June, a day after it makes its debut in the United State.
The movie will be released in both 2D and 3D formats in the Cinemas.
Starting from where?
The film however did pick up a few years after the end of Toy Story 3, when Andy had given his toys to including Buzz Lightyear and Woody to Bonnie.
Who are the casts?
With Hanks still voicing Woody, Tim Allen returns as the voice of Buzz Lightyear alongside Wallace Shawn as Rex, Annie Potts as Bo Peep, John Ratzenberger as Hamm, Joan Cusack as Jessie and Timothy Dalton back as Mr. Pricklepants.
Mr. Potato Head, who was voiced by Don Rickles – although died in 2017, will equally return. Producers will be using technology and old recordings to ensure that he still has a role in the film.
Accordingly, new casts members are on board, Keanu Reeves will be voicing Duke Caboom, Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks – the new arrival Gabby Gabby and Tony Hale will be voicing Forky. Bonnie created Forky with arts and crafts.
Is there a trailer?
Certainly, there is a trailer. Click on the video above.