Disney Pixar has announced that the released date set for the next Toy Story sequel has been pushed back by over 12 months.
Move over Sheriff Woody
In a post on twitter the film company has said the release will be moved from June 15th 2018 to June 21st 2019. Super hero movie, “The Incredibles 2” has been moved in to its original slot, so fans of animated movies will still have something to watch that summer.
To Infinity and… Nothing else after Toy Story 4
Cars 3 will be their offering for summer 2017, but in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Pixar President Jim Morris has said that after these three new sequels are released, there are no plans to revisit any other Pixar films. That is a bit of a downer for fans who were hoping for another film about Wall-E or Ratatouille. I guess we will have to settle for patiently waiting for the fourth, third and second installment to Toy Story, Cars and The Incredibles respectively.
Still love for Follow-ups
Finding Dory is the studios latest sequel, and sees the lovable blue fish in a hilarious search to find her lost parents. It scored a record $136.2 million in its opening weekend, showing there is plenty of interest in revisiting these well known characters.
Toy Story 4 still contains all the favorites from the previous films, and focuses on Buzz and Woody in their search for Woody’s love interest Bo Peep. When it FINALLY comes to cinemas, it is safe to say it will be a success.