Director Angus MacLane and producer Galyn Susman talk about creative challenges and casting controversies during the production of the Disney-Pixar ‘Toy Story’ spinoff, hitting theaters June 17.
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Buzz Lightyear will take to the stars once more in Pixar’s upcoming standalone origin story film, but he may sound a little different than you remember.
Duke Caboom, Gabby Gabby and Ducky & Bunny are the latest examples of the studio’s unparalleled ability to create memorable and emotionally satisfying characters.
Absent from the ‘Toy Story’ narrative after having been given away long ago, Bo has dusted herself off to become a strong, funny and adventurous female character that belies her seemingly fragile porcelain exterior.
Woody enlists his entire toy cohort, old and new, including Bo Peep, Ducky and Bunny, and a preening Duke Caboom, to save their anxious ‘craft-project-turned-toy’ friend.
For director Josh Cooley and producers Jonas Rivera and Mark Nielsen, the overriding concern revisiting the treasured ‘Toy Story’ world was making sure they ‘didn’t mess it up.’
Bo Peep returns, to Woody’s surprise, joining newcomers Ducky and Bunny, voiced by comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele, in 'Toy Story' franchise's third sequel hitting theatres June 21.
Christina Hendricks, Ally Maki & Keanu Reeves to voice new characters in Disney·Pixar’s ‘Toy Story 4,’ arriving in theaters on June 21.
Buzz Lightyear is ‘Hangin’ Around’ with Keegan-Michael Key’s Ducky and Jordan Peele’s Bunny in new ‘Toy Story 4’ Super Bowl ad.
Annie Potts returns as the voice of the ‘modern, independent, capable and confident’ Bo Peep in Disney·Pixar’s ‘Toy Story 4’ in theaters June 21.
Comedic duo reunites to voice new ‘Toy Story’ characters Ducky and Bunny, poking fun at Woody, Buzz and third sequel in hilarious new "reaction" video.
Woody and the gang welcome a reluctant new toy in the upcoming fourth installment of Pixar’s venerable animated comedy adventure franchise.
Sofia Carrillo’s ‘Cerulia’ awarded best independent film; Mark C. Smith’s ‘Two Balloons’ named best Youth Film.