'Toy Story 4' trailer: Every parent knows Bonnie's 'spork' toy attachment and is crying

Share This Story!

Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about

LinkedIn Pinterest

'Toy Story 4' trailer: Every parent knows Bonnie's 'spork' toy attachment and is crying

The full-length trailer includes the old cast as well as new characters voiced by Tony Hale, Keanu Reeves, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key.

Loading…Post to Facebook


A link has been sent to your friend's email address.


A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.

Join the Nation's Conversation

To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs


This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY's community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion.

  • Parenting
  • Money
  • Health-Safety

Live a little greener. Show your kids how easy it is to care for the environment. Waste less, recycle, reuse, and conserve each day. Spend an afternoon picking up trash around the neighborhood.

facebook sharetwitter shareemail shareemail share

Woody finds himself on a new adventure with a spork named Forky in "Toy Story 4." USA TODAY

I'm not crying, you're crying — because we all remember that one toy our kids couldn't live without and freaked out when it was lost.

This is a Pixar movie so, of course, there will be tears.

The first full-length trailer of "Toy Story 4" released Tuesday promises that. But at least we get to see Woody reunite with Bo Peep. Everyone knew Woody was sweet on her .

More: Bring on the tears: Tom Hanks dubs upcoming 'Toy Story 4' 'profound' and a 'moment in history'

At the end of "Toy Story 3," Andy gave his toys — Woody and the gang — to a little girl named Bonnie as he headed off to college. In the latest in the Disney/Pixar franchise, Bonnie and her family are headed on a road trip. Her new toy Forky, a spork with googly eyes and a pipe cleaners for arms, doesn't know if he can handle being a toy and says so before jumping out the window:

"I am not a toy! I was made for soup, salad — maybe chili. And then the trash!"

Woody follows him and the two end up in an antique store where they find an emboldened Bo Peep, voiced by Annie Potts.

Bo Peep shows Woody, who wants to return with Forky to Bonnie, that life exists for toys outside of belonging to a child.

But Woody has begun to experience an identity crisis of his own.

“I was made to help a child," he says. "I don’t remember it ever being this hard."

Brooke Shields (mom of two girls Rowan and Grier): “Trust me when I tell you I’m on my girls. And every time I am, I know from the outside it looks like I’m an overbearing, controlling parent. But I don’t think we are responsible to anybody but our kids and ourselves.”

Who's crying? You. That's who.

The film will be released in theaters June 21.

Like All the Moms?

Connect with us on .