Just when I think Tim Allen is done promoting Last Man Standing, I find something new! Guess I shouldn’t count that round of exposure out just yet, huh? This time, it was an ET interview with Jay Leno on the set of the series, and once again, he mentioned Toy Story 4.
Although Tim Allen’s promotional run for the new season of Last Man Standing has concluded, he’s still busy out on the standup circuit, which occasionally leads to interviews. And since he always seems to enjoy discussing Toy Story and his role as Buzz Lightyear, I’ve found a brief, new mention of Toy Story 4.
Today I discovered another interview with Tim Allen, this time on the set of Last Man Standing, where Extra TV talked to him about his series, as well as Toy Story 4. His statements about the upcoming sequel were much like the others he’s made over the past few weeks, and touched upon the emotional nature of the film.
With Last Man Standing premiering tonight on Fox, Tim Allen’s appearance on the Steve talk show yesterday was the last in his run of promotional interviews for his series’ network switch. Although his mention of Toy Story 4 this time was brief, it’s still worth sharing and discussing.
I’ve got a new addition to Tim Allen’s series of Last Man Standing promotional interviews, and just like the others, he spent a good bit of time discussing Toy Story 4. Today’s appearance was on CBS’s The Talk, and although his comments continue to be rather vague (as is to be expected), with each one he shares something a little bit different.
I’m really thankful for Tim Allen’s round of interviews right now, leading up to the new-network premiere of his sitcom Last Man Standing. Today another one surfaced – this time from radio station Majic 95.5 – where he shared probably the most Toy Story 4 information we’ve gotten in quite some time.
We’re now (finally!) less than a year away from Toy Story 4 – 276 days to be exact, or just about nine months, however you want to count it. News on the movie continues to be light, but there have been some small bits of information lately.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly yesterday, Pixar director Pete Docter shared a long-awaited update on Toy Story 4, coming almost a week after the announcement that the film’s release would be delayed yet another year, to 2019. Following some reflection on the 15th anniversary of Monsters Inc., which he directed, Docter went on to discuss the current status of the Toy Story sequel:
Ever since Toy Story 4 was announced in 2014, whenever there’s been a new Pixar film, I’ve sought out interviews with its filmmakers – I’ve found that it’s not uncommon for the Pixar Braintrust to be asked about Toy Story 4, and offer little hints or clues about its progress. With Andrew Stanton, Lindsey Collins, and Angus MacLane on an international press tour to promote Finding Dory, I’ve unearthed a wealth of material lately – I really enjoyed Finding Dory, so I’ve been interested in the added insight into the making of that movie. And In the past month since its release, the majority of the Toy Story 4 mentions have been the typical, brief “we can’t tell you” replies that we’ve come to expect from Pixar. However, some of the statements made in the most recent interviews have me very concerned about the status of Toy Story 4′s production and where it is ultimately going to end up in Pixar’s schedule of upcoming releases.