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Toy Story 4 Trailer Released

The movie will be out June 21. Until then, you can try to figure out how a spork sparks a crossroads for Woody.




Woody and Forky from Toy Story 4.

Woody and the gang are back. With a spork.

The trailer for Toy Story 4 was unveiled Tuesday for the film to be released on June 21.

If you thought Toy Story 3 was the end of the adventure for the cowboy and his friends, you maybe didn't know that the third installment made $1 billion, more than the first two combined. Movies that make that much money always follow "The End" with "To Be Continued." 

If you want to piece together the plot from the two minutes of teaser footage, the spork was made by Bonnie in school, and, despite being dear to her, laments "I was made for soup, salad, maybe chili and then the trash," before jumping from the family's RV, followed by Woody and, eventually, the rest of the crew. Bo Peep pops up and takes Woody to some, we don't know what exactly, a Disneyland for toys or something? A Hasbro retirement community?

Who knows. But it doesn't matter. Your kids will either drag you to see it or you'll drag them. Either way, the internet will probably spoil the surprise by the time you get to the theater, but it will still be fun.  

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