Actor Tony Hale earned many fans by playing a morally questionable, immature man-child in both Arrested Development and Veep. He was seen switching his gears to play the lovable and innocent Forky in Toy Story 4.
The opening for Toy Story 4 followed a string of disappointing sequels including Dark Phoenix, Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Men in Black: International. But Toy Story 4 had something those films didn’t: great reviews. It rates 98% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
Toy Story 4 movie review: Even for Pixar, this fourth part seems a lazy concession to the exigencies of a profitable enterprise — though the studio with the magic touch does even this better than most.
From Spiderman: Far From Home to Lion King, The Addams Family and Frozen 2, kids have several movies besides Toy Story 4 to look forward to this year. There is a varied choice available on your home screens as well.
Voiced by Annie Potts, Bo Peep is a porcelain shepherdess figurine and was the love-interest of Tom Hanks' Woody. Previously shy and demure, she is now a tough, spirited and independent person in Toy Story 4
Toy Story 4 has managed to please literally everybody -- at least so far. This Josh Cooley directorial holds a 100 per cent rating at Rotten Tomatoes so far, with 113 reviews in at the time of writing.
Apart from Tom Hanks, Toy Story 4 also features the voices of Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Tony Hale, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Madeleine McGraw, Christina Hendricks, Keanu Reeves, Ally Maki, Jay Hernandez, Lori Alan and Joan Cusack.
In Toy Story 4, Woody and the other sentient toys are with a new kid now, Bonnie, with whom Andy left them in the third film in the franchise and here they are accompanied by a toy that Bonnie made herself called Forky.
The synopsis for Toy Story 4 suggests the film will focus on Bo Peep, a porcelain doll who was part of the cast in the first two movies and appeared briefly in the third. The movie releases on June 21, 2019.