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Peter T Chattaway

Toy Story 4

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The movie's coming out in 17 months, so it's time to hire a writer: "Who’s [Stephany] Folsom? She made the Black List for a much different and entirely original script called 1969: A Space Odyssey Or: How Kubrick Learned To Stop Worrying And Land On The Moon. An alternate-history story of a publicist who convinces filmmaker Stanley Kubrick to work with NASA in order to fake the moon landing. Folsom was also one of the writers of Thor: Ragnarok, though she was denied credit on that one by the WGA."

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From the press release: “The world of Toy Story is built upon the idea that everything in the world has a purpose,” said Cooley. “A toy’s purpose is to be there for its child. But what about toys that are made out of other objects? Forky is a toy that Bonnie made out of a disposable spork, so he’s facing a crisis. He wants to fulfill his purpose as a spork, but now has a new toy purpose thrust upon him.”

So, question: Do sporks (and forks, and spoons, etc.) already have sentient interactions with the toys in this world that we just haven't seen before, or do they only attain their ability to interact with toys once they *become* toys?

 

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