Tom Hanks wraps up Toy Story 4, shares photo of final recording session
Actor Tom Hanks sent his fans into a tizzy when he announced that he’s wrapped up his recording as Sheriff Woody in Toy Story 4. Since the first Toy Story film in 1995, Hanks has been synonymous in voicing Woody. Now for the final time, after 25 years, Hanks recorded as Woody. The film is scheduled for a release in June and it will feature the return of Bo Peep, Woody, Buzz, Slinky Dog and Mr and Mrs Potato Head.
Hanks shared a backstage picture on social media where the actor can be seen with some of the crew, settled around recording equipment. The teasing image showed just how close the team is into finishing the project. The picture went viral instantly with many fans of the series expressing their joy over the news. Hank’s post comes months after Toy Story released the trailer of the film in November.
It must be noted that when Toy Story 3 released in 2010, many were content with the story ending with that film. Thus a year later, when announcements were made of Toy Story 4, it was met with mixed reactions. According to Screen Rant, the team faced issues with the film’s scripts and loss of key personnel. Not much is known about the film’s plot, except that there’ll be a new crop of characters including Forky (Tony Hale), Ducky (Keegan-Michael Key), and Bunny (Jordan Peele).