Toy Story 4: Woody and Bo Peep stage rescue mission for lost toy in new clip from Pixar sequel

The film is set to be released in June this year

Clémence Michallon
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Friday 15 February 2019 19:18
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New Toy Story 4 clip unveiled on GMA

A new Toy Story 4 snippet has been unveiled – with Woody and Bo Peep going on a rescue mission in an attempt to recover a lost toy.

The clip aired on Friday on Good Morning America, where Annie Potts, who voices Bo Peep, was a guest.

In the excerpt, the cow-boy doll voiced by Tom Hanks, and Bo Peep, team up after a toy gets stuck in the yard.

Other characters, including Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and Jessie (Joan Cusack) appear in the scene – and several assist in the rescue operation.

On Good Morning America, Potts expressed her delight at having been able to work with Hanks during recording sessions.

“They don’t usually do that. You usually just do it alone and it’s kind of odd that way, but Tom and I got to work together quite a bit on this one,” she said.

“That wasn’t bad. It was not half bad.”

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Toy Story 4 is scheduled to hit theatres in June 2019, nine years after its precedessor and 24 years after the original Toy Story.

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