Double Oscar-winner Tom Hanks admits he’s been “completely shaped” by the character of Woody over four 'Toy Story' films.
The fourth 'Toy Story' film will be the first Pixar film since the first 'Toy Story' in 1995 to not have an animated short playing in front of it.
Several fans have started petitions calling for him to be recognised in the wake of his 2019 resurgence.
Hollywood star Tom Hanks took to the red carpet for the European premiere of Toy Story 4, saying making the final instalment of the series transported him back in time. The A-lister, who voices Sheriff Woody in the much-loved Pixar series, said putting down the vocals for the film's emotional denouement triggered a "transcendental moment". Speaking on the red carpet in London's Leicester Square for the film's European premiere, Hanks said he had been forced to "collect himself" after becoming emotional.
The first reactions for Toy Story 4 have emerged and it looks as though Pixar has another masterpiece on its hands.
Forky has the potential to tear the fabric of the Toy Story world apart, if you think about it too much.
'Toy Story 4' producer Jonas Rivera promises the four as-yet-unannounced Pixar titles are “insane”.
'Toy Story 4' producer Jonas Rivera admits it wasn’t just the public asking that question, it was also being asked by the creatives tasked with the job of finding the story the fourth film.
In a new interview, the star who voices of Sheriff Woody says he couldn't even look at filmmakers as he recorded the franchise finale.
Though many will still get misty eyed at the thought of Andy heading off to college at the end of Toy Story 3, the next instalment is clearly intending to pull some of those same strings.
The fourth movie in the franchise has been plagued by behind-the-scenes struggles since it was announced in 2014.