Toy Story 4 Set For 2015? For Reals? The Colombian Media Seems To Think So

Two Colombian news sources are reporting that Toy Story 4 has been made official with Pixar promising a 2015 release date and the return of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Joan Cusack.

The story has appeared on the news website Terra, as well as in the Twitter feed of Jorge Luis Balaguera, “entertainment co-ordinator” for the radio station, RCN.

Both treat the news as though they’ve received an announcement from Pixar. It’s not impossible that some local Disney press office has sent out a release in Colombia ahead of their counterparts in other regions or, for all we know, there may have been some kind of “Pixar in South America” presentation today.

Or these guys may, somehow, have gotten the wrong end of the stick. Let’s see how this shakes out. I’m feeling sceptical at the moment, but… surely they didn’t just make it up?

Toy Story of Terror, a 30-minute Hallowe’en special is in the works for this October, and I don’t think we’ve seen the last of Toy Story Shorts. At the same time, I’m fully confident that Toy Story 4 is inevitable, already announced, in 2015 or otherwise.

Footnote: Search Toy Story 4 on Twitter today and you’ll see loads of people passing off the same joke as their own.

 

 

 

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