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Toy Story 5 News Gets Largely Negative Reaction from Fans

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Jul 22, 2019

Just when you thought Toy Story was done and dusted, in comes another sequel that is sure to rake in the box office dollars.

The news, which originated from the Walt Disney investor meeting yesterday, gets real, when Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that Disney are working on Toy Story 4 and, yep, you guessed it, Toy Story 5.

It is hard to believe that the series has been going on since the beginning of time and has won over our hearts with Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and many more. The Toy Story series has swept a number of awards including Oscars, and is widely regarded as one of the most successful film franchises to seed and till date claims over $2 billion in box office receipts.

The feeling overall though certainly strays more towards the negative, with fans left stumped as to why Disney want to make Toy Story 5. Aside from the obvious financial benefits, of course…

Disney CEO Bob Iger made the announcement yesterday during the Q1 earnings call saying, “Today I’m so pleased to announce that we have sequels in the works from our animation studios to some of our most popular franchises, Toy Story , Frozen and Zootopia. We’ll have more to share about these productions soon, but this is a great example of how we’re leaning into our unrivaled brands and franchises.”

Toy Story staple Tim Allen, who was recast with Marvel actor Chris Evans for the solo spinoff Lightyear last year, has since revealed that he will be back for Toy Story 5. “See ya soon Woody, you are a sad strange little man and you have my pity,” the actor, who has played Buzz Lightyear since the first Toy Story way, way back in 1995, said via social media. “And off we go to a number 5! To infinity and beyond!”

Plot details surrounding Toy Story 5 remain a mystery at this point, though we can no doubt safely assume that the plot will find a way to bring Woody and Buzz back together following the ending of Toy Story 4. Whatever your feelings on the fourth outing, the questions remains, do we really need a Toy Story 5?



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Toy Story 5 News Gets Largely Negative Reaction from Fans

The news that the highly anticipated Toy Story 5 had been pushed back from late 2021 to 2022 was met with largely negative reactions from fans. Many were disappointed that the highly anticipated sequel was no longer going to be released in the near future. There were concerns about the quality of the final result without Pixar’s involvement, as well as doubts about how well the film’s plot would be received by the audience, given that the original Toy Story was almost 25 years ago.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the news about Toy Story 5?

The news is that the team behind the Toy Story 5 has pushed back the film’s release date from late 2021 to 2022.

What has been the response of the fans?

The response of the fans has been largely negative. Many have expressed disappointment, concern and doubt regarding the quality of the movie and the plot.

Who is making Toy Story 5?

Toy Story 5 is being developed by Disney, Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios.

Summary of Toy Story 5 News

The news that Toy Story 5 had been postponed from late 2021 to 2022 has been met with largely negative reactions from fans. Many were worried about the quality of the movie, given that Pixar was not involved and that the original Toy Story was released almost 25 years ago. Despite their disappointment, fans also expressed their excitement for the upcoming release of Toy Story 5 in 2022.problem Story

What is the main problem in Toy Story?

In Toy Story specifically, the looming problem is that the moving van is getting away while Woody’s options for reuniting with Andy are becoming increasingly slimmer. Woody needs to find a way to get back to Andy before it’s too late.really Story

Is there really a Toy Story 5?

Tim Allen confirms return as Buzz Lightyear. Tim Allen, shown at the premiere of Disney’s “The Santa Clauses” in 2022, confirmed he has signed on for another Disney sequel, reprising his role as Buzz Lightyear in the recently announced “Toy Story 5.” Despite having originally thought 1995’s “Toy Story” would be his first and only animated feature, in a recent interview with The New York Times, the actor said he felt a deep connection to the lovable spaceman.

“I know that voice better than almost anything. I get pulled in. It’s very easy,” Allen said.

The announcement of a fifth “Toy Story” installment follows the release of the fourth, which opened in 2019. While original director John Lasseter will not helm this fifth installment, “Toy Story 3” and “4” director Josh Cooley will return to lead the project.

When exactly the movie will hit theaters is still up in the air, as Disney has yet to officially announce a release date for “Toy Story 5.” But Allen has promised “you won’t be disappointed.”

Yes, there is reportedly a Toy Story 5 in the works with Tim Allen returning to the role of Buzz Lightyear and Josh Cooley directing. The release date is yet to be determined.

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Jonathan Sun is the creator of @jonnysun. He is a designer, architect, engineer, artist, dramatist, and comedy writer. His work, which spans various fields, is concerned with tales of human experience in general. Jonathan's plays have been performed at Yale School of Drama, as well as at Hart House Theatre and Factory Theatre in Toronto. He has presented his work as an artist and illustrator at MIT, Yale, New Haven ArtSpace, and the University of Toronto. His work has been featured on NPR, BuzzFeed, Playboy, GQ, and McSweeney's. He is also a doctorate student at MIT and a Berkman Klein fellow at Harvard."
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