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Toy Story 4 trailer: Trailer reunifies Woody with Bo Peep, presents handmade toy Forky

Disney discharged its first official trailer for “Toy Story 4” Tuesday, prodding a groundbreaking voyage for Woody, Buzz Lightyear and whatever is left of the toy gang.

Toward the finish of “Toy Story 3,” a college-aged Andy gifted his toys to a young lady named Bonnie. “Toy Story 4″ seems to get not long after, with the toys confronting a standout amongst their most troublesome difficulties yet — caring for a hand crafted toy their new youngster overseer set up together at school one day.

The film is because of hit theaters on June 21.

“Forky is the most important toy to Bonnie right now,” Woody says. “We all have to make sure nothing happens to him.”

Forky is a plastic spork with googly eyes, broken Popsicle sticks for legs, a clay mouth and a turned pipe cleaner for arms. At the point when Forky has an existential emergency about not being a toy — yelling “I was made for soup, salad, maybe chili… and then the trash!” — and bounces from the window of Bonnie’s family’s RV, Woody follows. At that point whatever is left of the gang is compelled to follow them.

En route, Woody is brought together with his affection enthusiasm from the first two installments of the “Toy Story” franchise, Bo Peep, who seems, by all accounts, to be living in a consignment shop.

While “Toy Story 3” appeared to be the final chapter in the “Toy Story” saga, it’s nothing unexpected that Disney chose to create another installment. “Toy Story 3” got more cash-flow in the box office than the initial two movies consolidated, an astounding $1.06 billion around the world.

The adored franchise is a gigantic draw for moviegoers and is a major toy merchant for organizations like Hasbro.

While a few fans of the franchise are commending the new trailer on Twitter, others feel that the franchise ought to have finished after the past film.

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Rekha Purohit teaches in the English department at a well known University. Many feel Rekhas' most famous work is her short story. She has completed her technical degree from India. Now she is onboard with Resident Weekly as a freelance writer for Technical News.