Toy Story 4 Has An End-Credits Scene, It Seems

Movies don't end till the last frame.

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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.

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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