Could the latest chapter of the Toy Story series be the one to at last show us what sort of plaything sounds like Hugh Grant? Maybe! Because according to Pixar president Jim Morris, Toy Story 4 will take the form of a romantic-comedy--one that will abandon the whole toy-child bond thing in favor of showing the passion between two genital-less plastic forms.
"We are putting together a very nice story," Morris told DisneyLatino of his company's questionable decision to prolong one of the most perfect trilogies in film history. (Note: this interview has been translated to Spanish and now back to English, so there might be some subtlety lost.) "It is not a continuation of the end of the story of Toy Story 3 ... It will be a love story. It will be a romantic comedy. It will not make much focus on the interaction between the characters and children. I think it will be a very good movie."
"The third movie was over in a beautiful way and completed a trilogy. I think this movie is not part of this trilogy. It is a separate story, which in turn we do not know if will be continued. Never begin a project with that in mind." Instead, begin a project with the idea that some action figures being shoved together into a Rubbermade bin might make for a decent meet-cute.