Toy Story 4 news has been relatively quiet lately, but there have been a few small things in the past week worth sharing…
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.
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.
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.
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.
We passed the two-year countdown mark for Toy Story 4 back in June – down to 20 months now – but we still have a long way to go. And since news on the upcoming sequel continues to be light these days, I thought I might as well share another of my “throwback” posts while we wait. It’s as good a time as any to reminisce about the previous Toy Story film, as we anticipate the next one and ponder what secrets its story holds for us.
I think it’s safe to say that anyone who was a part of the Toy Story fandom during the days surrounding Toy Story 3‘s release in 2010 can remember director Lee Unkrich’s account on Formspring. The now-defunct social media site’s format was strictly Q&A, and although I never had the nerve to ask him anything myself, I can remember checking often to see if he’d answered anything new. Sadly, he deleted the account – and all the goodness it contained – not too long thereafter, so I never had the chance to screencap or jot down the questions that were asked and their replies, which were fascinating to a fan like myself.