'Toy Story 4' Post-Credits Scenes Introduce a Funny New Toy (Spoilers)
Here's what you need to know.
Toy Story 4 might be the end of the Woody’s saga (or is it?), but that doesn’t mean there can’t be a post-credits scene, right? So does Pixar squeeze in one more joke, or is the movie really over when the credits role? Here’s what you need to know
Short answer: Yes! Toy Story 4 does have a post-credits scene — sort of. As the credits begin, the movie reveals a few more moments that provide some unexpected closure for several of the best characters in Toy Story 4.
If you’re sitting in the theater right now, put your phone down and go back to watching the Toy Story 4 post-credits scene. If not, feel free to read one for a detailed breakdown of exactly what happens right after this picture of Forky, Tony Hale’s new Toy Story character.
Speaking of Forky, the sentient spork gets a key post-credits scene. Having safely returned back to his child, Bonnie, Forky is in for one more surprise. On her first day of school, Bonnie comes home with another new toy made from trash: Knifey (excatly what it sounds like: a plastic knife with googley eyes and pipe-cleaner arms).
Cue the slow motion effects and the romantic music. Is Forky in love? We may have to wait until Toy Story 5 to find out.
The second half of the Toy Story 4 post credits scene focuses on the toys who stay behind at the carnival where much of the movie takes place. That includes Woody and Bo Peep, along with new characters Duke Caboom (Keanu Reeves) and Ducky and Bunny (Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele).
The group decides to terrorize a carnival worker running a rigged game, tipping the scales so all the game’s captive toys end up with caring kids. Then, in a callback to one of Toy Story 4’s funniest jokes, Ducky and Bunny attack the carnival worker directly, chasing him screaming through the fairground as they grow in size and shoot lasers from their eyes. It’s just a fantasy, of course, but it’s a pretty awesome one to end the movie on.
Toy Story 4 is in theaters now.