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OT: Don't be surprised to see another Toy Story...
 
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Tom Hanks says that while he doesn't know for sure, he's pretty certain plans are moving forward for a brand new Toy Story.

The star tells radio station Magic 105.4 that he's heard through the grapevine that studio Pixar is keen to bring Woody, Buzz and the gang back for one more adventure.

"I think they are trying to do another one," Hanks tells the station. "The spirit afoot is to make a fourth."

Box Office Mojo reports that last summer's Toy Story 3 grossed over one billion dollars at the global box office.

Still, Hanks, who has given voice to Sheriff Woody in all three Toy Story flicks, says he's just waiting for a signal from the studio to let him know what the plans are for the series.

"Whatever is going on at Pixar headquarters is a mystery to me," he says. "I'll wait until they blow white smoke out of the chimney or whatever it is that says there's another Toy Story coming down the pipe."

In the meantime, Hanks stars with Julia Roberts in Larry Crowne, a new flick the star also wrote, produced and directed. Larry Crowne rolls into theatres July 1.

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Posted: 06/28/11, 00:29:44  - Edited by 
 on: 06/28/11, 01:41:56
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Yeah, I saw this a little earlier. Tom Hanks seems a little unsure but I imagine he'd have some sort of reason to think they're doing one. Personally, I think a sequel would take away a lot of the impact of the third film's end, and given Cars 2's mediocre impressions from the public, this is kind of the worst time to mention another Pixar sequel.
Posted: 06/28/11, 00:32:43
@TriforceBun

Yeah, I really love the way that the trilogy is now, the ending was perfect. If they were to make a sequel to that, it just wouldn't have the same impact.

I just want more original ideas from Pixar... or another film about animals living in the ocean... not necessarily about the same characters in Finding Nemo, but like, in the same universe.
Posted: 06/28/11, 00:36:34
TriforceBun said:
Yeah, I saw this a little earlier. Tom Hanks seems a little unsure but I imagine he'd have some sort of reason to think they're doing one. Personally, I think a sequel would take away a lot of the impact of the third film's end, and given Cars 2's mediocre impressions from the public, this is kind of the worst time to mention another Pixar sequel.

This.
Posted: 06/28/11, 00:40:25
@TriforceBun

Unless it's The Incredibles 2. Then I'd be all over it.
Posted: 06/28/11, 00:44:45
I hope Hanks is just doing that old Hollywood trick of dropping a hint about a sequel to his last popular movie to promote his new movie no one's heard about. That's what I hope he's doing.
Posted: 06/28/11, 00:44:45  - Edited by 
 on: 06/28/11, 00:45:15
@ludist210


Incredibles 2 would be 'fun'....... they would need a great script otherwise it would become just another super hero movie. Incredibles had heart, like 95% of their other movies and that's what makes them special.


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The Toy Story trilogy is arguably the best trilogy in the history of movies - I don't want a 4th one. I may change my mind later but the series has come full circle - and I've cried enough over Toys.

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Posted: 06/28/11, 01:00:01  - Edited by 
 on: 06/28/11, 01:00:15
I edited out the OP, the News tag is reserved for Nintendo news.
Posted: 06/28/11, 01:42:23
I'd be up for a new Toy Story movie, provided it didn't follow the same villain formula that both 2 and 3 did.
Posted: 06/28/11, 01:47:48
I like how the story ended. I don't think they need to do another one. How about "The Incredibles 2" instead, Pixar.
Posted: 06/28/11, 01:56:45
@Guillaume

hahaha Sorry!

I forgot... ... i just never seem to get nintendo news fast enough to post first.. .....
Posted: 06/28/11, 02:32:15
If it's a side-story/new trilogy then maybe. Feels like they're whoring this out. A sequel is completely unnecessary after 3.
Posted: 06/28/11, 04:23:07
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