Time is supposed to give us greater perspective. And since we don’t have a whole lot more to do these days than sit and overthink just about everything in our lives, I’ve been reflecting a bit on Toy Story 4, and how my opinions have evolved since I first wrote about it last summer.Continue reading
Well, I said I’d be back if there was news to share, so here I am! I decided to try returning from my social media break after a few months, so we’ll see how things go. And since a little bit of Toy Story related news did occur while I was away, I figured I’d better get caught up!
We’re in the midst of some crazy times right now, times that were just unfolding when I made my last post on here. We all have our own ways of dealing with the stress, but for me, I’ve been letting myself get lost in the Toy Story things that make me the happiest. It’s no secret that Buzz Lightyear and Jessie hold a special place in my fangirl heart, and it’s been quite some time since I did one of my throwback posts, so I thought I’d take a look back at them – more specifically, the moment I went from simply being a Pixar fan who was excited to see Toy Story 3, to falling hopelessly in love with these two characters, both as a couple and for who they are individually. And it all started with Dancing with the Stars…
Welp, things sure are slow now in the Toy Story fandom! I started working on this post after Forky Asks A Question wrapped up and Lamp Life premiered, so I might as well share my thoughts about Toy Story’s new content on Disney +, since there isn’t anything else to report…
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Toy Story 4! Last night the sequel was honored with the Animated Feature Film win at the 2020 Academy Awards!
If you thought that you’d be binge-watching Forky Asks A Question this coming Tuesday, November 12… hold yer horses. It looks like Disney+ will be releasing the episodes weekly, like a true series.
Today we finally got our first glimpse of the new short series Forky Asks a Question, that will be debuting November 12 on Disney+!
Disney’s D23 Expo was held this past weekend in Anaheim, and lots of announcements came out of the event’s panels and presentations. Among those were some new details about the Toy Story shorts Forky Asks A Question and Lamp Life, which will be a part of the new Disney+ streaming service launching this November.
Now that Toy Story 4 is in theaters — and doing wonderfully, I might add — the next thing to look forward to is Forky Asks A Question, which will be coming to Disney+ this fall. During the round of promotional interviews for the movie, a few new details have popped up about the series of shorts, especially from Tony Hale, the voice of Forky himself.
I’ve been getting requests to share my thoughts on Toy Story 4, especially now that I’ve seen it twice, so I figured I’d take the time to sit down and write them all out as best as I could while it’s still fresh in my mind. It’s kind of hard to to figure out how to collect everything into a cohesive post – not because my impressions were negative, but because I have so many feelings! – so this is going to be a long one. Here goes…