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Say goodbye to the “Toy Story” character Woody, was not an easy task for an actor to Tom Hanks, who has voiced the beloved sheriff from the start of the franchise.
Hanks, during an appearance on “The Graham Norton Show” earlier this week and was interviewed by the host, Graham Norton is about a Toy Story 4,” which hit theaters earlier this month.
“This is the last one, so what’s the problem?” Norton asked. Is it emotional or is it just like another day at the office?”
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“It was horrible, it was horrible,” Hanks, 62, said. “I started off with a recording of Woody’s in 1991, when we got together to do the first one.”
He added: “You have to record these things for about four years, and in the last session, I thought that it would just be odds and ends, but I was in the studio with the same mic, and [by the end] they said: ‘OK, great, thank you.” And just like that, 20, however many years had passed.”
Hanks said he asked her if there was anything else he needed to do.
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“No, no, no, no, I have to say,” Lookout, a Buzz, or a particular line? “and she said,” no, No, you’re all set,'” he recalled.
Hanks went on to say, “My lip began to tremble. You ever do this, if you are so uncomfortable with anything, you can say, ” Well, you know, my, my. Oh, my god, mijn mijn mijn mijn. Oh, this is a good thing.” The only thing to do was to go and get in my car and drive away.”
When he was in his car, “I heard the music, and the sun was going down, and the credits were rolling, my life, everything had been done,” he added.