Pixar has still yet to announce “Toy Story 5” at this posting. As a result, there’s really currently no definitive release date to speak of. Nevertheless, we do know that Pixar is presently planning to release “Turning Red” and “Lightyear” in 2022, as well as an unnamed feature in 2023. With those affirmations in mind and the fact that Pixar films take a long time to produce after their formal announcements, it seems safe to conclude that a probable release date for “Toy Story 5” (which has yet to be announced) is at least many years away.
Another thing to keep in mind is that if “Toy Story 5” does materialise, we may anticipate it to be released during the summer season. This is due to the fact that the past two “Toy Story” films were released during the summer blockbuster season and did extremely well at the box office. While it is a departure from the prior two movies (both “Toy Story” and “Toy Story 2” were released in November of 1995 and 1999, respectively), it’s difficult to disagree with a winning formula.
There are presently no solid cast details to speak of for “Toy Story 5” due to the lack of an official announcement. With that stated, we may fairly expect a fifth “Toy Story” film to follow at least part of the major actors from the previous movie if something occurs and carries on to the happenings of “Toy Story 4.” Tim Allen has been vocal in his enthusiasm for just a fifth movie inside the “Toy Story” franchise, so a comeback for Buzz Lightyear seems plausible.
Aside from the familiar cast of characters, it’s worth noting that the “Toy Story” franchise has consistently added items to its lineup with each new instalment.
The with the premiere of “Toy Story 2,” Joan Cusack landed a role as Jessie, while Kristen Schaal’s Trixie appeared on the show in “Toy Story 3.” However, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key were cast as Bunny and Ducky, respectfully, in “Toy Story 4,” as well as Tony Hale as Forky, which was a fan favourite. That’s only a small sample of how the “Toy Story” ensemble has expanded that since 1995 original, and it’s also symptomatic of the idea that if “Toy Story 5” is made, new cast members would almost likely be brought in to play brand new toys.