A few weeks ago, Disney announced several animated movies that would bring back some of the most beloved sagas. This included Toy Story, from Pixar Animationwhose fifth installment is in its early stages of development.
Although the return of Buzz and Woody is a nostalgia touch for many fans, others felt that another movie from Toy Story was totally unnecessary.
Social networks were filled with comments questioning the solvency of Toy Story 5 after the fourth film already seemed unnecessary to many, recalling that end of Toy Story 3 which was perfect for the original trilogy.
In Pixar they do not agree with these comments: it has been the very Peter Doctercreative director of the studio and responsible for the scripts of the first two Toy Story films, who has come out in defense of the project.
Toy Story 5 may surprise many, according to Peter Docter
Through an interview with The Wrap, Peter Docter has explained that, as with other projects, each Toy Story movie breaks new ground and ideas that can be followed in the future.
“When we made the first Toy Story, we had no idea there would be a Toy Story 2. We were just trying to make that movie. But by making it, it takes you to unexpected places, which is what I love about the creative process.
If I knew exactly what I was doing when I started making a movie, there would be no point in doing it. I discover a lot along the way. I think it will be amazing. It’s got some really cool stuff that hasn’t been seen before.”
Buzz and Woody said goodbye at the end of Toy Story 4 in what was an emotional moment for the two friends who had been together for nearly a quarter of a century. No clues have been provided as to where Toy Story 5 will take place, but Tim Allen suggested that Woody I would get back on the road.
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