The Toy Story 4 Trailer Made Me Cry With a Beach Boys Song? What Is Happening?
For those of us who have grown up with Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story franchise, this next installment is pretty much a perfect example of the millennial experience, and we can’t wait. Essentially, Forky, a spork that just wants to be thrown away, is trying to escape from being a toy. When Woody sees him trying to escape, he jumps after him, and they meet up with Little Bo Peep, and she shows them what the world could be at a carnival.
The problem is that this trailer features “God Only Knows” by the Beach Boys and is making all the grown fans of the Toy Story franchise question our mortality, and … thanks, Disney!
— Toy Story 4 (@toystory) March 19, 2019
— INTERNET FATHER (@ajaytejthalari) March 19, 2019
— gy (@gyrafsolid) March 19, 2019
me: #ToyStory4 is completely unnecessary after the perfect way pixar ended toy story 3
— 🍟 Johnny 🍟 (@ohgodjohnwhy) March 19, 2019
— bish (@bishtrap) March 19, 2019
Oh NO MA’AM Miss #ToyStory4 ! Disney & P💡XAR really have the AUDACITY to have VENTRILOQUIST DUMMIES chasing Woody and the middle class spork!!! I didn’t know they were making a SLASHER!! Imma need the film to be rated R for terror and disturbing graphic images 😱 pic.twitter.com/zEySmT8wig
— Kingsley (@kingsleyyy) March 19, 2019
This movie is maybe going to break an entire generation of kids even more than Toy Story 3 did, something that I truly thought was impossible. Going to college and watching Toy Story 3, seeing Andy grow up, hurt more than it should have, but hey, maybe we’re a generation of people who are soft at heart. Either way, we’re all relating to a spork.
I can’t believe they centered the fourth Toy Story movie around a suicidal spork, that’s the most 2019 millennial shit I’ve ever seen https://t.co/hDofVKHe1a
— alanna bennett (@AlannaBennett) March 19, 2019
Toy Story 4 hits theaters this June 21st. Be prepared, bring your tissue box, and I’ll bring my Woody the Cowboy doll.
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