‘Toy Story 4’ Scores Release Date

Published: Friday 7th Nov 2014 by David


‘Toy Story‘ is back! Well…almost.

19 years after the release of its first chapter, ‘Pixar‘ have revealed that the ‘Toy Story‘ story is set to unleash a fourth instalment, announcing its release date hours ago.

So, when Buzz and Woody are expected to make their long-awaited return?

Find out below…

June 16th 2017.

‘Story’ lovers can look forward to the date above today, as it marks the release of ‘Toy Story 4′ and the return of its audience-pulling characters, penned by writers who watched ‘Toy Story 3‘ gross $1.063B worldwide after its release in 2010.

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  1. NT November 7, 2014

    ” Look it’s either this or another Cars”

    • ontherun November 7, 2014


  2. Everyone’s A Critic November 7, 2014

    I love Toy Story. Collected the toys as a kid and still own my Woody and my limited addition Buzz. The ghetto stories I made with toys!!!! Can’t wait for the film. The child in me is excited but I also wish they’d let them go.

  3. SHAWTY November 7, 2014

    So you guys will post about Cartoons but not about AZEALIA BANKS RELEASING HER AMAZINGLY EPIC ALBUM??? Wow…

  4. Sherry November 7, 2014

    And Rita oral still has no release date 🙁

    • Mark111 November 7, 2014

      Ha!!!!!!!!1 And someone looking GOOD in their avi.

  5. JOHNVIDAL November 7, 2014

    They should have let it like it was as a great trilogy.
    But oh well, we live in the era of sequels, precuels, reboots and all that. That´s why I love truly new releases when it comes to blockbusters, like Interstellar or Edge of Tomorrow for example.

  6. coolness November 7, 2014

    They should leave it alone! I was nervous for Toy Story 3 especially noting the long gap between the previous film but it ended up being very enjoyable to me and a lot of people (check the box office receipts). The ending of the third installment was perfect for those who grew up on the the first two films so what the hell are they going to do now plot-wise? I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

  7. jammy November 7, 2014

    I think it should have ended after the 3rd one. I guess the main human who owns the toys will be on his “I graduated from college” tip and will fight to decide whether to keep his toys.

    Then 5 years after this movie, it will be about him giving his toys to his 4 year old son.


  8. I STAN(D) FOR TALENT November 7, 2014

    I’m over the toy story… story, but besides my opinion, Toy story 3 grossed over 1 billion dollars and the others were a huge success as well, so ask yourself people why would they stop.

    • JOHNVIDAL November 7, 2014

      Because artistry should also matter and the way the trilogy was closed was pretty much perfect.

      • I STAN(D) FOR TALENT November 7, 2014

        C’mon girl. Toy Story is made by Pixar and Pixar is owned by Disney, which is a fortune 500 company. Now isn’t making profit the objective of every business organization? I absolutely agree with you on art, but it’ll never be chosen over money.

      • JOHNVIDAL November 7, 2014

        I know.

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