Guys, I don't want to alarm anyone but, it's here. Yep, the latest trailer for the eagerly-anticipated Toy Story 4 has finally dropped. What a day!
The trailer for the film - which will be released on 21 June - shows the gang with their new owner, Bonnie (Andy's next door neighbour).
Bonnie has made a new 'toy' out of a spork which becomes the 'most important' toy that belongs to her. Unfortunately, the spork - known as 'Forky' - doesn't feel the same way about Bonnie.
Forky tries to do a runner explaining: "I am not a toy. I was made for soup, salad, maybe chilli and then the trash." The group of OGs then embark on a journey to return Forky to Bonnie.
This is the first full-length trailer that Disney has released and it aired on ABC's Good Morning America - which is owned by Disney, funnily enough.
Finished my Buzz for Toy Story 4 today and it got emotional. Wonderful full body story. You are all going to love the work this incredible team at Pixar created. We are all going to love this story....man its got everything.
- Tim Allen (@ofctimallen) January 31, 2019
We've already been teased with clips of what's to come but now we can really say that Woody, Buzz and the rest of the gang (including some newbies) will be back together once again.
In the last clip we saw Bo Peep and Woody enlist the help of their toy pals like Jessie, Slinky Dog and several Barbies to rescue one of their friends from the big, bad world outside, where an ominous thunderstorm had added darkness and pouring rain to their mission.
Shortly after, in a surprise move from the sneaky Toy Story team, came Ducky and Bunny.
Who, you ask? Comedy duo Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele voice Ducky and Bunny, respectively, who appear to be a cuddly toy duck and rabbit. Hmm, this checks out.
In the clip - which enables us to familiarise ourselves with the pair - Bunny asks Ducky if he saw the first trailer for the new Toy Story film, but Ducky is oblivious to the fact a new film was even being made (so, Ducky's been living under a rock then).
The pair then get very excited by the prospect, sharing their own inept Buzz Lightyear impressions, before the real deal comes along and shows them how it's done.
Believe it or not, Toy Story movies have now been bellowing from our screens for over two decades - the first outing was released back in 1995.
Tim Allen (aka the voice of Buzz) has warned fans that this final instalment will be a real tearjerker. Well, I guess we're used to that - who didn't cry during Toy Story 3?
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."
Bring on what sounds like a rather tearful 21 June. Don't forget the tissues, LADs.