A new graphic novel anthology has been announced for Toy Story 4, to be published by Dark Horse Comics. It is scheduled to go on sale May 7, 2019, along with many other books tied to the film’s release.
Happy Thanksgiving, readers! What’s a holiday, though, when there’s Toy Story 4 news to share? Tim Allen made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night, and he had more to say about the movie, including some details we didn’t know before.
Toy Story is one of Disney and Pixar’s best-selling properties, so of course there’s always merchandise featuring the toys available in Disney stores and on the shopDisney website – even if it’s just the classic dolls of Woody, Buzz, and Jessie. It’s also become easier in recent years to find Toy Story apparel, accessories, and collectibles marketed for adults. Yesterday, however, while browsing online for Christmas ideas, my husband stumbled upon the very first officially-licensed products branded specifically for Toy Story 4 – that can be bought right now, not at a later release like the books that have been posted – and, I must say, he’s very proud of this discovery; I had to give him credit.
After much social media anguish over Bo Peep’s absence from the new Toy Story 4 teaser trailer, Annie Potts’ appearance today on The Talk should silence all the rumors of her character being cut from the upcoming film.
I can’t help but notice that now that the first trailers are out, and Toy Story 4 is back in the spotlight, there seems to be a lot of confusion and misinformation circulating about the current plot and where things stand. It’s been ages since I did a recap post – considering we’ve heard nothing from Pixar for such a long time – so I figured it would be helpful to summarize what we actually know about the movie as of right now.
The past 24 hours have been very exciting for Toy Story fans! In this short time, we’ve gotten two new Toy Story 4 teaser trailers; synopses of certain elements of the film’s plot; four new teaser posters; and, we’ve met three brand-new characters! My head’s still reeling a little bit from all the new information, but I’m so happy to finally have some official details from Pixar to share!
Even though I’m actually on vacation at Walt Disney World at the moment, when I discovered this latest interview from Tom Hanks, I had to take a few minutes in my hotel room to share the new information. On a recent episode of the BBC radio program The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, Hanks discussed the ending of Toy Story 4, and echoed many of the same sentiments voiced recently by Tim Allen.