After being removed from Netflix in 2018, the three films in the animated Toy Story franchise will return to the streaming service catalog shortly, on September 15th. Remember the movies:
The cowboy doll Woody decides to go on a mission to recognize his owner’s birthday party, Andy, days before the family moves. Andy receives a dummy from a space patrolman, Buzz Lightyear, who soon becomes Andy’s favorite. Woody, the de facto leader of the dolls, is upset at all the attention given to Buzz – who does not believe he is a toy, but a real patrolman, who considers Woody an obstacle in his mission.
After Andy goes to a summer camp and leaves the toys at home, cowboy Woody stops at a used car sale to save a toy called Wheezy and ends up being stolen by a doll collector named AI. The toys panic and, led by the space doll Buzz Lightyear, devise a strategy to rescue Woody from that thief.
The creators of the acclaimed films Toy Story reopen the toy box to again offer viewers the delightful world of Woody, Buzz and our favorite group of characters in Toy Story 3. Woody and Buzz had already accepted the fact that their owner Andy would grow up, but what will happen when that day finally come? In this third chapter, Andy prepares to enter university, leaving his toys worried about the uncertain future. Lee Unkrich (co-director of Toy Story 2 it’s from Looking for Nemo) directs this long-awaited film.
The fourth film in the franchise is currently in development, but its debut, initially expected this year, has been postponed to 2019 due to script problems:
“[Toy Story 4] was due out this year, but they discarded three quarters and rewrote it. It usually takes – from start to finish – two years. But because they threw most of it in the trash and started again [meu tempo no projeto] has been extended a little bit. I worked a lot on it. “, Reveals Annie Potts, voice actress for the character Betty in Toy Story.
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