There is a new toy in the trash at Bonnie's.
Disney closed its presentation at CinemaCon, the annual exhibition fair currently underway in Las Vegas, offering the movie theater crowd an exclusive preview of the first 17 minutes of "Toy Story 4".
The new sequence shows Woody and his team adapting to life under new owners. The last installment, "Toy Story 3", ended with Andy, the longtime owner of this toy, who passed his beloved friends to Bonnie before leaving for college.
"Toy Story 4" begins with a clueless Bonnie, who does not want to leave her toys behind, preparing for her kindergarten orientation. Her toys are her close confidants at home, but at school, Bonnie has trouble making new friends. It's no easier for her when, after her teacher instructs the students to decorate a cup, a classmate approaches and takes all the art objects on Bonnie's table. He is not looking for a new friend.
Elsewhere in Bonnie's backpack, Woody is on the rescue. Against the best wishes of Bonnie's parents, the amiable sheriff snuck out of school to make sure his owner adapted to the life of the class. When no one is watching, Woody jumps into the trash and throws unused supplies at Bonnie's workstation. Bonnie does not know where the materials come from, but she uses them – a plastic spork, a bright red pipe cleaner, and wide-eyed eyes – to make a friend: Forky.
When Woody (Tom Hanks) and Forky (Tony Hale) return to Bonnie, the cowboy introduces Bonnie to the band, including Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), Bo Peep (Annie Potts), Jessie (Joan Cusack) and Slinky . Dog (Blake Clark). This sends Forky into an existential crisis. He is not a toy, in his head he is literally a garbage can.
Although it's made up of loose items that Woody found in the trash, the others help him understand how to be a toy. The clip ends as Bonnie and her family prepare to take a road trip with Forky.
Judging by the enthusiastic reception at Casear's Palace, "Toy Story 4" seems to be another success for the successful franchise. The fourth part of the series remains true to its predecessors, including a familiar interpretation of "You have a friend". The upcoming adventure promises that new and old friends can coexist.
"Toy Story 4" will debut on June 21st. Disney has announced several of its upcoming releases, including "Avengers: Endgame", "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil", "The Lion King" and "Aladdin". The magical realm completed his acquisition of Fox, also teased images of his studio brothers. "Ford v. Ferrari "," Dark Phoenix "and" Stuber ", a very R-rated comedy that will appeal to a very different crowd of" Toy Story 4 ".