However, now, Tim Allen (AKA Buzz Lightyear) has warned fans that the fourth and final movie will be a real tearjerker. Well, I guess we're used to that, who didn't cry during Toy Story 3?
This time around, though, we're talking properly emotionally. So much so, that Allen couldn't even get through the final scene without breaking down. I don't think I'm prepared for this.
Speaking to The Talk, Allen said: "It is so emotional, it's so funny, it's so big, the idea they've come up with, I'm startled.
"I couldn't even get through the last scene. I would love to be a Washington leaker."
When pressed for further details, Allen said: "I just can't do it. I can't give any more away.
"They've got great characters but a couple of scenes toward the end were really hard to get through."
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly earlier this month, Allen divulged: "Somehow they were able to advance this wonderful story that could have easily ended with number three being the best of the bunch.
"It's emotional and funny and exciting and different and took it to a whole new level. It walks the line between comfort - you know what's going on - and discomfort - wondering what's going to happen. It's terrifically emotional."
This man is saying 'emotional' far too much for my liking. I am currently crossing everything that no toys die in this movie. Can toys die?
Anyway, I digress. As well as Allen, Tom Hanks will be pulling his cowboy boots back on to play Woody and Joan Cusack is back as Jessie, with Annie Potts as Bo Peep.
And everyone's friend Randy Newman is back to soundtrack the movie.
Plot details are pretty scarce at the minute, but rumours suggest that this movie will focus on the relationship between Bo Peep and Woody. Cute. And it all makes sense, given that Andy would be a grown-ass man, probably with his own family, by now.
Toy Story 4 is set to hit cinemas 21 June 2019, but don't forget your tissues, eh?
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