Published: Sun, February 03, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Look! Tom Hanks shares sneak peek of Toy Story finale

Look! Tom Hanks shares sneak peek of Toy Story finale

Tim Allen tweeted about his bittersweet final moments working on the film, but assured fans they'd adore the "wonderful full body story" of the fourth instalment. "We are all going to love this story.man its got everything".

"Finished my Buzz for Toy Story 4 today and it got emotional".

It's nearly been a quarter of a century since the first Toy Story was released, introducing us to the loveable characters of Woody (Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and Jessie (Joan Cusack).

"We rode like the wind, to infinity and beyond".

Toy Story 4 wrapped recording and the film's stars are getting a bit emotional about completing the franchise's final chapter.

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We don't know a lot about "Toy Story 4" so far, but from what we can tell, the film will bring back some of our favorite old characters and introduce new ones.

The Bridge of Spies actor's feed has been flooded with hundreds of crying gifs, because the thought of another Toy Story film is just too much to bear for fans who grew up watching the animated classic.

Sharing an image from the recording studio on Wednesday, Tom, who has always been the voice behind the beloved character, wrote: "Final line, final session as Woody of Toy Story 4". We're sure these emotional reactions, combined with Hanks's recent photo he shared of the final session, only foreshadow how we'll feel when we see "Toy Story 4" in theaters this summer.

Toy Story 4 hits cinemas in June, 2019.

Tim previously revealed that the team behind the films have an "incredibly great story" and he admitted that he "couldn't even get through the last scene" when reading the script.

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