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New Character in Toy Story 4 Movie

Updated on June 16, 2019
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Walt Disney Pictures will release a movie called Toy Story 4 in the Cinema. 3D animated movie produced by Pixar Animation Studios is a continuation of Toy Story 3 which aired in 2010. This movie will be aired on June 21, 2019 at the Cinema. For those of you who haven't watched the movie trailer, you can see the video below. There are new things that add excitement to those of you who love this movie, the presence of new characters. Of course this will add excitement in watching the movie. Who are they? see the following article.

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Anthony Hale as Forky

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Forky is a fork designed by a child named Bonnie so that the shape becomes unique and funny. But Forky is not happy to be treated like that, thinking of himself as garbage is not a toy like the others. But later Woody tries to convince Forky that his job is the same as the other toys that are pleasing Bonnie. No wonder that others consider it like garbage because of its odd shape, Forky with both eyes are not the same size, use a straw hands, legs consist of ice cream sticks plastered kaolin (white earth) and crayon as facial decoration.

The voice of Forky's character is Anthony Hale, an actor and comedian. He has also been the voice of The Joker in the animated movie called Batman Ninja in 2018.

Duke and Reeves

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Duke Caboom, a toy in 1979, the brave mustache from Canada with a white suit who always rode his favorite antique motorcycle. He always shows acrobatics on his motorbike. Behind the charm, he actually experienced a downturn, this was because he could not display the action in accordance with the toy ad. Duke finally suffered sadness for years, so he was trapped in an antique shop.

This is a new breakthrough from the Toy Story movie. Keanu Reeves is picked by Josh Cooley to become the voice of Duke character. Between Duke and Keanu Reeves almost have a similar character, like the accent of speaking, typical of Canada, and both like motorbikes. For Reeves, this is the challenging role to bring up his comedy side after he ever did the same at the Bill and Ted movie years ago.

Christina as Gabby Gabby

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Gabby Gabby, a 1950's girl doll who was shaped like a human, if the rope behind her body was pulled, then the doll would make a sound. Unfortunately, this doll has a flaw in his voice. Because of this, the doll was exiled in a place where antiques were stored, so the color of this doll's shirt also faded away. Later he will be accompanied by a Benson doll and of course will become an antagonistic role as shown in the movie trailer.

Gabby Gabby's voice is Christina Hendricks. He has been the voice of animated films on All Star Superman as Superwoman and From Up on Poppy Hill as Saori Makimura.

Ducky and Bunny

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Bunny is a blue-green rabbit doll and Ducky is a yellow duck doll. They are cute dolls at the carnival that want to win by visitors.

Bunny's voice is Jordan Peele while Ducky's voice is Keegan-Michael Key. The reason the director chose both of them was the familiarity that they have and both are comedians.

Ally as Giggles

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Giggles McDimples is a police officer doll in the 1980's with a mini size compared to other toys. Because of her size, she always on the shoulder of her friend. The distinctive feature of this mini doll is the sound of his laugh.

The voice actor of this toy is Ally Maki. Ally who is also a comedian also feels interested in this Giggle figure, this is due to the personality of this toy, which is smart and always excited.

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