Check These Out: Meet All 14 of Toy Story 3's New Characters
by Alex Billington
April 6, 2010
Back in February when we featured the final theatrical trailer for Pixar's Toy Story 3 we made mention of a new photo (seen above) that would eventually include all 14 of the new characters from Toy Story 3. Since that post, Disney has been releasing individual character posters for each of the 14 toys every week, but I decided to hold out until we reach the end and can feature all 14 of them at once. So here we are, with all 14 new toys and the posters to go with them, thanks to SlashFilm and Upcoming Pixar. You can see a high res version of that final photo here and check out all 14 posters below. Only 73 days to go till this hits theaters!
You can click any of the posters below to see a larger version of each one. More voice casting details below. Of course, all the regular toys from the first two movies will be back as well, but these are only the new guys.
Important voices: Bookworm is voiced by Richard Kind, Ken is voiced by Michael Keaton, Mr. Pricklepants is voiced by Timothy Dalton, "Lotso" is voiced by Ned Beatty, and Stretch is voiced by Whoopi Goldberg.
Woody, Buzz, and the rest of their toy-box friends are all dumped in a day-care center after their owner, Andy, departs for college. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, and John Ratzenberger will all be back.
Toy Story 3 is being directed by Lee Unkrich, another one of Pixar's creative masterminds who previously co-directed Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., and Finding Nemo. The screenplay was written by Michael Arndt, the Oscar winning screenwriter of Little Miss Sunshine who is a newcomer to the Pixar family. Disney will be bringing Pixar's Toy Story 3 to theaters everywhere in both 2D & 3D starting on June 18th in summer.
Reader Feedback - 12 Comments
Loving the final poster
Jnyce on Apr 6, 2010
I had a toy just like Chunk toy....can't wait til this movie comes out!!!
Stan!!!! on Apr 6, 2010
More rubbish for parents to waste to waste their cash on. Merchandise mania...
Crapola on Apr 6, 2010
Merchandise with legs, because the movies are flawlessly made. Predicting Pixar's demise has seemingly become a routine thing since Ratatouille, and people still haven't figured out everything is periphery to what's, at the core, incredible storytelling.
Devon Shaw on Apr 7, 2010
this is going to be great,its going to be able to hold its own against the lord of the rings as the most perfect trilogy ever.
DEADPOOL 72 on Apr 7, 2010
I'm looking forward to this movie as much as my children are. My 11, 5, and 2 year olds sat and watched the trailer for this 5 times in a row. They are all ecstatic about it. It is not the marketing of the movies that make them great, it is definitely the quality animation, compelling storytelling and endearing characters that make these movies such classics. Well rounded movies for children that stand the test of time. Can't wait for #3.
Chris on Apr 7, 2010
Wow.. looking great!! I'm hoping to find a 16:9 high res wallpaper with the black background and all the characters showing!
Michael ten Pas on Apr 7, 2010
Big Baby is creepy... oh man, I understand the lazy eye wanting to make it look like a real toy baby but still...
action figure on Apr 7, 2010
If this is just going to be another movie about toys with abandonment issues, I think I'll pass. It got old in the first flick. And maybe they could drop any of the lines where Woody is all "It's not about us, it's about the kids, we have to be there for them." Might as well doll him up in black face.
Lorn on Apr 7, 2010
Cant wait for this, Pixar hasnt disappointed.
Chase on Apr 7, 2010
i would definitely buy the peas in a pod toy. what a genius idea.
Andrew K on Apr 7, 2010
Is Toy Story 3 shot in 3d?
Evan on Apr 7, 2010
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