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Mark Your Calendars, Toy Story 4 Makes its Debut June 21st


Let’s be real. The Toy Story franchise has been delighting kids and adults for almost 25 years now.  The much-anticipated Toy Story 4 is hitting theatres June 21st, and it won’t disappoint.  

The Adventure Continues with New and Old Friends 

When we last left our faithful leader Woody, his longtime boy, Andy went off to college. Side note: If you haven’t seen Toy Story 3, it’s a must. But be sure to have the tissues handy.  

As Andy leaves for college, he donates all his favorite toys to a local daycare. This is when a loveable little girl named Bonnie claims Woody as her own.  Of course, it is only after a battle with the mean toys at the daycare Woody and his new pals settle safely into their new home.  

Toy Story 4 picks up with Bonnie about to start kindergarten and introduces a host of new characters as she deals with this new chapter.  

Such as a googly eyed, ultra-jittery utensil dude who is Bonnie’s favorite plaything. Except, all he wants to do is throw himself back in the trash.  Woody tries to explain Forky’s toy-box existence on a last-minute summer RV getaway with Bonnie’s family. 

Unfortunately, one of Forky’s random escape attempts leads to both him and Woody being left behind. They end up in a small-town antique store. Of course, calamity ensues when  Forky is spork-napped and held hostage by freaky ’50s doll Gabby Gabby.  Who then demands Woody’s voice box. As fate would have it, the cool cowboy meets up with old love interest Bo Peep. Now considered a “lost” toy, is now an action-ready combo of Batman and MacGyver.   

Read more about Woody and the gang here.  

Where to Take the Kids to See Toy Story 4  


Beat the summer heat and plan for a cool afternoon enjoying the movie. Here are some great local theatres to spend the day with the kiddos.  

     Cinemark Tinseltown Grapevine and XD       

     Cinepolis Euless       

     Studio Movie Grill – Colleyville       

     AMC Grapevine Mills 30 with Dine-in Theatres       

     Harkins Southlake 14       

     Moviehouse & Eatery – Flower Mound Lakeside             

    Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – North Richland Hills       

     Movie Tavern at Central Park       

     Regal MacArthur Marketplace Stadium 16       

    Moviehouse & Eatery – Keller Town Center         

     AMC Classic Irving 10                

     AMC Irving Mall 14        

    Cinemark Movies 15 Vista Ridge Mall       

     Studio Movie Grill – Lewisville      

     Rave Cinemas North East Mall 18 and XD       

     Cinemark Movies 8 – Lewisville       

    Cinemark Roanoke & XD       

     AMC Highland Village 12       

     Star Village 8      Lake Worth     

     Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – Las Colinas       

     Studio Movie Grill – Arlington Lincoln Square       

    Cinemark Alliance Town Center and XD       

    Studio Movie Grill – Northwest Highway      

     AMC Eastchase 9      Fort Worth 

     Cinemark 17 and IMAX Theatre      Dallas 

     AMC Classic Hickory Creek 16       

     Regal Fossil Creek Stadium 11            

     Fun Movie Grill – Carrollton       

     Studio Movie Grill – The Colony