Whispers that Woody, Buzz and the gang will reunite for a fourth 'Toy Story' movie drove Pixar movie fans into an internet rumour frenzy this week.
Tom Hanks, who voices 'Toy Story's star character Woody, let slip in a 2011 interview with the BBC that his granddaughter would be able to watch 'Toy Story 4', telling the interviewer:
"I think they're working on it now".
Pixar superfans have used the comment as evidence that the animation house will be creating a fourth 'Toy Story' movie, despite the third film appearing to tie up any loose ends that could have led to a sequel.
During the BBC interview, Hanks begins by talking about 'Larry Crowne,' his 2011 film with Julia Roberts, and is then asked about his granddaughter.
"Will there be a 'Toy Story 4' for her to see?" reporter Tim Muffett asks.
"I think there will be, yeah," Hanks says. "I think they're working on it now."
According to NBC News, it's possible that Hanks was referring to 'Toy Story' shorts, such as 'Toy Story Hawaiian Vacation,' but many disagree.
The BBC reporter clearly asked about 'Toy Story 4,' but what that meant to Hanks is open for debate. We hope it's true!
If a fourth film is made, what do you think the plot should be? Some fans are desperate to see Jessie, Buzz and friends enjoy their new home with toddle Bonnie, while others would like to see Andy's (late?) father. We just want to know what happened to Bo Peep!
Here are some stills from the final film. They're making us nostalgic!