To infinity...and beyond!
Get ready to hear your favorite phrase yet again because Toy Story 4 is a go, people!
That's right; Woody, Buzz, and the gang are coming back to the big screen for another round of awesomeness.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced the news that tugged on our heartstrings on Thursday afternoon.
The film, which will be directed by John Lasseter — the man who directed the first two Toy Story flicks, is set to hit theaters June 16, 2017. (To make you feel old, that's nearly 22 years after the first one hit the big screen in 1995.)
Both Tom Hanks and Tim Allen who voiced Woody and Buzz, respectively, have signed the dotted line and will return to make us feel all the feelings.
There's no word yet on the plot, but Lasseter came up with the idea with Finding Nemo director, Andrew Staton, and Toy Story 3 director, Lee Unkrich. They also enlisted actress Rashida Jones and her writing partner, Will McCormack, as writers. Aweeeeesome.
As you may recall, the third Toy Story ended with college-bound Andy parting ways with his beloved group of toys. If you're in the mood for a cry-fest, relive that super emotional scene below:
Variety reported the news.