There's a new toy in the bin at Bonnie's place.
Disney wrapped up its presentation at CinemaCon, the annual exhibition trade show currently underway in Las Vegas, by giving the crowd of theater owners an exclusive look at the first 17 minutes of "Toy Story 4."
The new footage shows Woody and crew adjusting to life under new ownership. The last installment, "Toy Story 3," ended with the long-time owner Andy passing his friends to Bonnie before heading off to college.
"Toy Story 4" starts with a distraught Bonnie, who doesn't want to To leave her toys behind, preparing for her kindergarten orientation. Her toys are close confidantes at home, but at school, Bonnie has trouble making new friends. It doesn´t get any easier for here when, after her teacher tasks the students with decorating a cup, a classmate comes over and snatches all the crafts off Bonnie's table. He's not looking for a new pal.
Elsewhere in Bonnie's backpack, it's Woody to the Rescue. Against the better wishes of Bonnie's parents, the lovable sheriff snuck into school to ensure his owner adjusts to classroom life. When nobody is looking, Woody hops into the trashcan and tosses some unused supplies onto Bonnie's work station. Bonnie doesn't know where the materials came from, but she uses them ̵
When Woody (Tom Hanks) and Forky (Tony Hale) arrive back at Bonnie's house, the cowboy introduced Bonnie's creation to the hall, including Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), Bo Peep (Annie Potts), Jessie (Joan Cusack), and Slinky Dog (Blake Clark). It sends Forky into an existential crisis. He's not a toy, in his mind, he's trash – literally.
Well though, it's composed of loose items Woody found in the garbage, the others help him understand how to be a toy. The clip ends as Bonnie and her family prepare to go on a road trip with Forky along the ride.
Judging at the enthusiastic reception at Casear’s Palace, "Toy Story 4" looks to be another success for the hit franchise. The fourth installment in the series stays true to its predecessors, including a familiar rendition of "You've Got a Friend." The upcoming animated adventure promises that new and old friends can co-exist.
"Toy Story 4" debuts June 21. Disney released a number of its upcoming releases, including "Avengers: Endgame," "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil," "The Lion King," and "Aladdin." The Magic Kingdom, which just completed its acquisition of Fox, also released footage from its new studio brethren. "Ford v. Ferrari," "Dark Phoenix," and "Stuber," a very R-rated comedy that will appeal to a very different crowd than "Toy Story 4."