Just yesterday, the first trailer for Toy Story 4 was released, catching most of us completely off guard. A day later, they've pulled the same shit again.
The most recent teaser has been presented as a 'reaction' video to the trailer that was shared yesterday and introduces us to the previously unknown characters Ducky and Bunny.
Comedy duo Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele voice Ducky and Bunny, respectively, who appear to be a cuddly toy duck and rabbit - surprise, surprise.
Much like the first official trailer, which consisted mostly of the main characters spiralling around in slow motion, the second trailer isn't particularly illuminating with regards to the plot.
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 (as I was up until yesterday). The pair then get very excited by the prospect, sharing their own erroneous Buzz Lightyear impressions, before the real deal comes along and shows them how it's done.
However, while the second trailer reveals more about the personalities of the new characters than anything, the description offers a little more insight into how they come to be involved in the film.
The description reads: "Woody's journey in Toy Story 4 includes a visit to a carnival where he meets Ducky and Bunny, two carnival prizes who are eager to be won. But when their plans are rudely interrupted by Woody and his friends, they find themselves on an unexpected adventure with a group of toys who have no idea what it feels like to be tacked to a prize wall."
Josh Cooley, director of the fourth instalment of the Disney favourite, said Key and Peele's depiction of Ducky and Bunny has elevated the film to a level he 'never could have expected'.
He said: "Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, who voice Ducky and Bunny, are two of the most brilliant minds I've ever seen.
"Of course, they are effortlessly funny, which would be enough. But they are incredible actors that understand story. Their improvs weren't just for comedy sake; they were story-motivated, which elevated Ducky and Bunny and the film to a level I never could have expected."
Tim Allen, who voices Buzz Lightyear, said the script for the new film was too good to say no to and believes there's no need for fears that Toy Story 4 could be a film too far.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, he said: "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."
The film will be released next summer, in the meantime, keep your ear to the ground - for all we know, there could be another trailer by this time tomorrow.