Toy Story 4 interactive toys will make you believe you’re in the film
It’s been nine years since Toy Story 3 hit cinemas in 2010 and Pixar’s latest entry in the series, Toy Story 4, is now little more than a week away.
As a result, Disney have been churning out merchandise for the film at an astonishing rate.
But one thing that’s caught our eye more than anything else is a new range of interactive toys that bring the film to life.
The toys that bring Toy Story to life
As you can see from the video above, these new toys are incredibly realistic.
The example we see is of Woody and the ability to talk to the toy and get it to fall to the floor just like we see in the film is such a cool feature that countless kids, both young and old, will no doubt love to bits.
To get Woody to collapse as if Andy or Bonnie are about to walk into the room you have to tell the toy that “someone’s coming” and Woody will fling himself to the ground to avoid detection.
In order to wake Woody back up again, you have to let him know that the coast is clear.
The range of interactive toys is only limited and features just Woody, Buzz Lightyear and newcomer Forky.
This new range of toys are available from shops now and are currently priced at just under £70 on Amazon for Woody and Buzz and £50 for Forky.
At those prices, let’s hope the toys don’t break when throwing themselves to the ground.
What we know about Toy Story 4
Toy Story 4 is a continuation of the long-running series that began with 1995’s Toy Story.
All of the series’ major cast members return including Tom Hanks as Woody and Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear but are joined by a slew of new toys to fall in love with.
We have Duke Kaboom (Keanu Reeves), Pixar’s take on the Evil Kinevial stuntman toy, Ducky and Bunny (Key and Peele), a pair of fairground cuddly toys and new villain Gabby Gabby (Christina Hendricks), an antique doll with sinister ambitions.
The story of Toy Story 4 will see Woody and co. set out to save Forky who has become their new owner Bonnie’s favourite toy.
Toy Story 4 is set to come flying into cinemas worldwide on June 21st, 2019.