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Pixar continues to enjoy great success at the box office, as evidenced by the record-breaking opening this past summer for the critically-acclaimed Incredibles 2. The action-adventure ended up earning more than $1.2 billion worldwide. The next release from Pixar will be Toy Story 4. Though Toy Story 3 appeared to wrap up the series nicely back in 2010, Toy Story 4 will reportedly be a romantic comedy that will stand apart from the first three installments. The delightful first teaser has now been released, featuring the familiar cast of characters, along with a couple of surprises. Here's everything we know about the film; watch the teaser below. What's the story? As far as we know, the story will still focus on Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) and Bo Peep (voiced by Annie...
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