The leader of "Last Man Standing" Tim Allen revealed that the star of the action movie Keanu Reeves will have a voice role in the next movie "Toy Story 4".
Allen, 65, who has played Buzz Lightyear in the popular franchise since his first film in 1995, told the presenter Jimmy Fallon that Reeves has "a big part" in the movie.
"Keanu Reeves has a big part," Allen told Fallon. "Actually, a little inside story, even [Reeves] He said – kind, wonderful guy that is – This is too much like Buzz Lightyear. And his character has an advantage for that. And the guy said: "So, we calmed him down a bit," and they reminded me that his toy is so big. "
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Allen said he could not reveal much more, but said the last scene of the next movie was emotional for him.
"[Tom] Hanks [who plays Woody in the films] He said it best, of course, he always says the best, but in the last scene of that movie, I could not even understand it and I thought there were pages after that, "Allen said.
"I read it and I had to turn around to see it in the studio, it was very emotional," he continued.
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Allen told Fallon that he and Hanks have become good friends since they worked together on the "Toy Story" franchise, but that Hanks is usually recognized when they go out together.
Last week, Pixar released a 90-second trailer for "Toy Story 4," which featured several familiar toys and introduced the new character, Forky, a spork with bulging eyes and pipe-cleaning arms. The film is scheduled to hit theaters in the summer of 2019.