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Tim Allen apparently warned Tom Hanks about the “difficult” ending of “Toy Story 4” before the actor recorded his part.
Hanks, who has voiced Woody from Toy Story franchise since it began in 1995, appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Wednesday to talk about the new version, which is set to hit theaters on June 21.
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“It’s about the most interesting thing I could imagine to have a part of, because it’s just so long,” Hanks said about the 25-year span of the franchise.
He also admitted a hang-up with the films, explaining that while he was recording, there were only producers and writers in the room to look at him.
“It made me realize life is so also for the last couple of sessions I turned my back on those punks and did it without them,” he said.
“Because this is the end of the series, and I had gotten a part of the lyrics of Tim, Tim Allen, who plays the role of Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut, and these texts are to say, ‘you’ve recorded? Have you been in? Have you had a session yet?'” the 62-year-old “Forrest Gump” star said, as his co-star in a deep voice.
Hanks said that he had not seen the pages, All of them warned him: “Wait till you see that the last pages. Heavy, heavy.”
“And it was,” he confirmed to Ellen. “In the last few sessions were — we say goodbye to Woody and Buzz and Bonnie’s room and Andy and everyone. It was emotionally. So I had to, I had to turn my back on them all.”
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In February, Allen told Entertainment Tonight that he and Hanks could barely hold it together they took the last scenes of the movie.
Tom Hanks, who has voiced Woody from Toy Story franchise since it began in 1995, told Ellen DeGeneres on Wednesday that his co-star Tim Allen, voice of Buzz Lightyear, warned him that the last scenes of “Toy Story 4” were “difficult”. Hanks and Allen are displayed next to their characters in 1999.<br data-cke-eol=”1″>
“Both Tom and I, who met yesterday for our little man to the lunch, we were both very struck by the end of the movie,” Allen, 65, told the outlet at the time. “So much so that he had to run. He could not even deliver his end, [and] I couldn’t deliver my end.”
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“This is already more than 20 years, he and I do this, and it has an impact on our lives, our families lives,” he added.
“Toy Story 4” also features the voices of Keanu Reeves, Joan Cusack, Tony Hale, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key. A new trailer for the film was released Tuesday with a short view of Reeves’ character, a toy sword with the name Duke Caboom.
Fox News’ Jessica Sager and Stephen Sorace contributed to this report.