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Discussion in 'Animation, Movies, TV' started by FutureCEO, Nov 6, 2014.
Andy didn't just give Woody away. Pretty obvious that it broke him apart inside.
I think you missed the point. The point of the ending was that although Woody was a major part in Andy's life, and it was hard to give him away, Andy realized it was time to move on, and he passed Woody along to a new home, where he'll be appreciated more at this new kid's house, rather than sitting on a shelf in college.
The message is, sometimes, as hard as it should be, you have to let go and move forward. Disney should do the same. Toy Story ended perfectly, no need to dig it up again, and they should move on to bigger and more original projects.
Disney's Lasseter: Woody will find love in 'Toy Story 4
"It's a love story with Woody and—and this is news—Bo Peep," he told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street." Lasseter revealed the plot point last winter but kept the details under wraps.
So how will they bring her back?
Is it set after the events of TS3? If not maybe they are going back before the original film?
Not sure? Prequel?
Sorry to bump this, but 3 things:
1: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toy_Story_4 Plot and premise of the movie. Woody & Buzz search for Bo Peep
2: Don Rickles passed away today. It's unknown if he recorded any of his lines, but if he didn't, that's another voice they'll need to recast (Blake Clark started voicing Slinky after Jim Varney died in 2000).
3: Andy's mom is returning??? My guess- if Toy Story 4 follows the same aging timeline as the first 3 films, Bonnie should be anywhere between 12-16 (aka too old to be playing with preschool toys). Andy might be a new father (he'd be in his late 20s), and I'm sure he'd love to share Woody with his own kid.
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