The final trailer for Toy Story 4 is here, and in it, Woody is ready to put it all on the line to bring a wayward spork back home to Bonnie.
Woody, Buzz, and the gang have been through a lot of adventures together. However, those all pale in comparison to what is in store for them in Toy Story 4.
When Bonnie makes herself a new toy and best friend, Forky, out of a plastic spork and some craft supplies, life gets a bit more complicated for Woody and the other toys in Bonnie’s room. Forky (voiced by Tony Hale) finds himself in the midst of a serious identity crisis, battling between his newfound identity as a toy and his manufactured purpose of being a disposable eating utensil.
Because of this, he’s a bit of a flight risk and frequently tries to escape Bonnie’s room. When he goes missing during a family camping trip, Woody decides that he has to track down the wayward spork and bring him back to Bonnie.
Unsurprisingly, the gang’s rescue mission gets to be quite complicated. Forky finds himself trapped in a world unlike any they’ve ever seen before, with some of the creepiest toys out there–ventriloquist dolls.
The silent predators are keeping Forky, and Woody gathers together friends old and new to help bust Forky out. The trailer shows us a bit more of the heroic return of Woody’s longtime crush, Bo Peep, and also shows us more of some awesome new characters like Duke Caboom (voiced by Keanu Reeves) and Ducky and Bunny (voiced by Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael-Key).
We’re not sure what we’re more obsessed with: Duke’s introduction with his many epic hero poses, or Ducky and Bunny’s suggestion to “plush rush” an old woman to get Forky free from a locked cabinet. One thing is for sure, with new friends like Duke, Ducky, and Bunny, this is going to be an amazing adventure and the perfect final installment in the Toy Story franchise.
Toy Story 4 opens in movie theaters everywhere on June 21. We’ll see you there!
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