The first full-length trailer for Toy Story 4 was released yesterday, it was everything we hoped it would be and more, but there will always be the die-hard fans out there criticising every little change.
Toy Story boffins have noticed something that actually got us thinking though - is it really Andy in the flashback clip with Jessie and Buzz?
First of all, it might be best to jog your memory back to when the 'original Andy' featured in the films.
Here the pair are together:
So, people started quizzing whether Disney Pixar had forgot what Andy looked like while others questioned the likelihood of him having plastic surgery. Given that he's depicted as a child, unlikely...
What has happened then? We need to know. Well, according to some fans, this is in fact Andy's son. What a twist.
My #ToyStory4 guess;
This is Andy's son, we see a time jump of some sort and Andy's kid gets the original toys. pic.twitter.com/0xkgADd6Lr
- Chris Wilson (@CrisMovieCorner) March 19, 2019
My theory for #ToyStory4 is that the "new Andy" is Andy's son in the future. The rooms look slightly different, and he definitely looks like he could be a mix of Andy and Someone else. Pixar does too much detail to forget what Andy looks like pic.twitter.com/Fbj5EzgAcl
- Devyn Hollinger (@devholla14) March 20, 2019
One person went in deep, figuring out how old Andy was in 1995 meaning that he's now 32. This is all getting too much.
Plot twist: that's Andy Jr. Andy got buzz for his 8th bday in '95 so Andy like 32 now straight up https://t.co/TVRdlusAQO
- ANTHON¥ DRAGON$ (@anthonydragons) March 19, 2019
This theory was called out with one person responding: "He can't be 32 if the girl in the movie is still the same age," another agreed: "That's what I was thinking, if its Andy's son, Bonnie would be older as well."
Maybe, just maybe, this could be due to an upgrade in the technology meaning that the character can be defined more? Oh, who are we trying to kid, eh? This is not the Andy we know.
Guys. Stop trying to sound smart by saying that this is purely an "upgrade" because of better tech in 2019. Andy looked like himself in Toy Story 3 so this is just an unnecessary redesign. I'm actually a little sad cuz I have nostalgic feelings for Andy's design. That is not Andy
- Tim (@TopHatLucario) March 19, 2019
We're sure there is a very good reason for the changes that will be explained soon (well, on 21 June when the film is released).
But prepare yourselves because Tim Allen (aka Buzz) has warned fans that the 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 an emotional watch. Don't forget the tissues, LADs.