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Meet Some Old and New Friends from Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4

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Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4 trailer shows us that adventure lies ahead on the road of life, and it goes beyond Andy’s bedroom—and even Bonnie’s. (We’re not crying, you’re crying.) The world can be big for a toy, but it’s a lot easier to take in with friends—old and new ones alike! Allow us to introduce you to a few new pals and reintroduce you to some familiar faces that are going to redefine playtime for the Toy Story gang:

Woody

Woody’s grown so much since we met him back in ‘95, but he’s still the same ol’ pull-string cowboy sheriff we all know and love. He’s found a new home with Bonnie and her toys, but we get the feeling that’s not the only exciting change Woody will have to face!

Buzz Lightyear

By now, we’re sure Buzz is an expert at falling with style. After all these years, the Space Ranger toy has proven himself loyal not only to Andy, but also to the friends he’s made along the way. His inner voice of reason somehow ends in him becoming a prize at a carnival game booth, where it looks like we might find out exactly what pushes Buzz’s buttons!

Bo Peep

Bo Peep is back! You might remember her as a figurine on Molly’s reading lamp. After the lamp was given away, Bo and her sheep Billy, Goat, and Gruff became “lost toys” by choice, travelling from town to town and helping others they meet along the way. Bo might be porcelain, but she’s as tough as they come. She’s not afraid to use her dry humor and lightning-quick reflexes!

Forky

Forky’s much more than just a spork. Technically, he’s a spork decorated with art supplies, a proud creation of Bonnie on her first day of kindergarten. After being made a toy rather than used as a utensil for soup, Forky is on the verge of an existential crisis.

Gabby Gabby

Gabby Gabby is an adorable pull-string doll from the 1950s! The problem is, she has a manufacturing defect in her pull-string voice box. Forgotten in the depths of an antique store for over 60 years, with only a band of voiceless ventriloquist dummies as her companions, Gabby Gabby dreams of what it’s like to be with a kid.

Ducky and Bunny

Ducky and Bunny, two stuffed toys who are attached by the wing and paw, are proud of their top prize spot at the carnival. Anyone who challenges them—no matter what cabbage patch they’re from—will meet a sharp sense of humor and a whole lot of sass!

Giggle McDimples

Giggle McDimples of the Pet Patrol stands at a mighty inch and a half tall! She’s spirited and funny, but don’t let that distract you from how gifted of a detective she is.

Duke Caboom

If you judge a toy by its box, Duke Caboom has all the swagger of Canada’s greatest daredevil. But after being discarded by his kid, Duke’s stunt cycle jumps aren’t the same as they used to be.

We can’t wait to meet all the new characters and see them in action when Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4 hits theaters June 21, 2019! Toy Story 4 is rated G.

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