Woody hits the road in first full Toy Story 4 trailer
The newest trailer for Toy Story 4 is taking you on quite the winding road.
The first full-length trailer for Disney/Pixar’s forthcoming Toy Story 4 is our biggest glimpse yet at the plot of the fourth — and potentially final — film in the franchise (due in theaters June 21).
For the first time ever, Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang leave the tri-county area and journey upstate for a family road trip with new owner Bonnie. But when Bonnie’s beloved crafts project Forky (new cast member Tony Hale) has an existential crisis about his identity, he inadvertently forces Woody on an unexpected solo detour through a sleepy little town full of lively new faces — like Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael-Key’s naughty carnival prizes, Ducky and Bunny — and familiar ones.
Lost toy Bo Peep (Annie Potts), who was presumed missing after Toy Story 2, is the big returning player here, opening Woody’s eyes to the perils — and freedoms — that come with being a plaything with no person to play with.
The trailer also shows off three pivotal new characters joining the Toy Story universe, whom you’ll be hearing much more about in the days to come: Duke Caboom, a motorcycle-riding stuntman action figure voiced by Keanu Reeves; Officer Giggle McDimples, a tiny police officer toy and Bo’s feisty sidekick, voiced by Wrecked star Ally Maki; and Toy Story 4’s big bad villain, Gabby Gabby, a creepy pull-string doll from the 1950s (voiced by Christina Hendricks) who commands a gang of ventriloquist dummies inside a vast antique shop.
Directed by Josh Cooley, Toy Story 4 will welcome back Tom Hanks and Tim Allen as Woody and Buzz, as well as their plastic posse of now-iconic voice actors Joan Cusack, Blake Clark, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Jeff Pidgeon, Estelle Harris, and the late Don Rickles.
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