Toy Story 4 is still a few weeks away, but those who have seen the film early can confirm that the film has a post-credits scene. The first Toy Story was released back in 1995 and has continued to be one of Pixar's most popular franchises. Pixar followed up that film with Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 in 1999 and 2010, respectively, and the fourth entry of the series is quickly approaching.
Tom Hanks revealed in 2011 that Toy Story 4 was being developed, but the film didn't go into production until 2015. Toy Story 4 was originally thought to be a love story between Woody and Bo Peep, with the plot revolving around the search for the long lost toy. While Bo Peep will be be making a return after being absent from Toy Story 3, the trailers for Toy Story 4 make it seem like the gang stumbles upon their friend rather than going to search for her. It hasn't been officially announced if Toy Story will end with four entries or if there will be a Toy Story 5, but the upcoming film does have a post-credits scene.
Our very own Rob Keyes was one of the lucky people who has been able to view Toy Story 4 early and he has confirmed that the film has a post-credits scene. Keyes revealed that the film has additional content during the credits and in a comment, he corrected himself saying there was also a clip at the very end. Keyes' full tweet can be seen below:
Correction: there is a short clip at very end that’s cute 🙂— Rob Keyes (@rob_keyes) June 8, 2019
Keyes not only confirms that the film has a post-credits scene, but his opinion of the film is also on par with the other early reactions for Toy Story 4. So far, most of the early reactions for the film have been incredibly positive, with people saying that Pixar has hit another home run with the sequel. Toy Story 4 has beaten the first day pre-sale ticket record on Fandango, which had previously been held by Incredibles 2. With the clear anticipation for the sequel, its been predicted that Toy Story 4 might even break the all-time animated opening box office record.
As many moviegoers have learned by now, it isn't always safe to leave the theater once the credits start rolling. Films have been sneaking extra clips in after the credits for years, but this will be the first time it has happened in a Toy Story film. Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 both had clips during the credits, but didn't have anything after. This clip, however, seems to just be an extra gag that pays off something else in the film rather than teasing a sequel, but regardless, it certainly sounds like fans are in for a good time when Toy Story 4 comes out.
Source: Rob Keyes
- Toy Story 4 (2019) release date: Jun 21, 2019