Tom Hanks Has Recorded His Final Lines For Woody For The Last Time
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We all thought Toy Story 3 was going to be the last time we'd see the gang in action. We all said our goodbyes, shed a few tears and closed the book on Andy's playful figurines.
Then, news broke that a fourth instalment was being made and our emotions went gangbusters.
Well, prepare to get all teary because it seems as though our main man, Woody, has said goodbye for a final time.
Final line, final session as Woody of Toy Story 4. We rode like the wind, to infinity and beyond. Hanx pic.twitter.com/v87ZYNyzx8- Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) January 30, 2019
Tom Hanks, the legend who voices the brave cowboy, has posted on Twitter showing him and some of his Toy Story 4 cast mates doing their final lines for the upcoming movie.
While that's enough to get us nostalgic, his caption pushed us over the edge.
"Final line, final session as Woody of Toy Story 4," he wrote. "We rode like the wind, to infinity and beyond. Hanx."
Oh Hanx, why do you do that to us?
People on social media have reacted in obvious ways, with one person writing: "Why do you have to hurt us like this."
Another added: "Thank you Mr Hanks for making Woody and Buzz one of the all time greatest comedy duos cannot wait."
A third said: "Your voice makes this character. Thank you, Hanx. We can learn a lot from Toy Story."
Not much is known about this highly anticipated sequel as Pixar has kept everyone very tight lipped about the plot. Speaking to The Talk, Tim Allen (the voice of Buzz Lightyear) 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."
But when pressed for further details he refused to 'leak', adding: "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."
One thing is for sure, Bo Peep has certainly switched up her character.
The new teaser trailer shows she's ditched that wide dress and opting for a more moveable outfit.
According to Comic Book, director Josh Cooley, said: "Bo's taken control of her own destiny. While Woody was watching Andy grow up, Bo gathered dust until she took it upon herself to head out into the world. And when Woody shows up, they can't believe that they've found each other again."
But while her character may have evolved, she will still be voiced by Annie Potts, who said Bo is 'inspiring'.
The film is due to be released in the UK on 21 June.