Toy Story 4 Has An End-Credits Scene, It Seems
Movies don't end till the last frame.
Toy Story 4 reviews are in and critics largely adore the latest Pixar animation. It could be because of the heartfelt story about belonging and independence, or it could be because Toy Story 4 features an end-credits scene.
Director Josh Cooley (Inside Out, Up) revealed via Twitter that fans and moviegoers alike should "stay after the credits" for a possible surprise. "The story doesn't end until the very last frame," Cooley concluded, suggesting that something special awaits at the end of the toy's story.
An amazing crew/cast has been working very hard over the last 5 years to bring Toy Story 4 to the big screen tomorrow. We love these toys so much, you will feel it on the screen.— Josh Cooley (@CooleyUrFaceOff) June 21, 2019
OH, and stay after the credits. The story doesn’t end until the VERY last frame. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/Ds1x31Nhxw
Debuting this past weekend on Friday, June 21, Toy Story 4 already has the best opening box office weekend of the Toy Story movies. 2010's Toy Story 3 sits at $110 million, trailing behind Toy Story 4's steadily-climbing $121 million. Toy Story 2 hovers around $57 million, while the first Toy Story amassed $29 million.
While Toy Story 3 ended "perfectly," Pixar revealed how it pulled together one more story for Andy's toys. With Bo-Peep established as a main character, producer Jonas Rivera found the relationship between Woody and Bo-Peep to be "so intriguing to us [at Pixar]." Cooley agreed, saying, "So that was our goal for this film: to make this [second] meeting [between Woody and Bo-Peep] so powerful, it would be deserving of Toy Story 4."
Toy Story 4 is now in theatres.
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