the incinerator scene from Toy Story 3 Ostensibly a road trip movie, Toy Story 4 features the return of the entire beloved. The incinerator scene of Toy Story 3 had us all blubbering and now it looks like the followup, Toy Story 4, is going to get us tearyeyed all over again if this insight from Tim Allen is anything. Semantics aside, Toy Story 3 was great The story is simple and then to the very maw of heck itself the incinerator at the city dump All of this is tinged with the sadness of growing up and lea. Back in June we all got pretty teary over Toy Story 3, most notably the incinerator scene, and now thanks to YouTube we can experience it again This time however, the clip features some of Michael Gi. Is a toy to be celebrated as artifact or amusement? And now in Toy Story 3, with surprising bluntness and maturity that finds our heroes sliding down a giant conveyer, towards an incinerator Havi. TOY STORY 3 is current many peoples favorite film of the year myself Well The Wrap is reporting that Tim Allen is under contract to reprise his role for TOY STORY 4, a project that doesnt even. Toy Story 3 was an emotional rollercoaster for audiences, with the toys seemingly heading towards their death by incinerator and Andy deciding to give his beloved friends to a young girl named Bonnie. With Toy Story 4 being announced recently Lets look at what the most recent installation of the Toy Story Franchise brought us In Toy Story 3, Andy is seventeen and any toys that go down it to. Replaced, forgotten, and all but ready to join the Toy Story cast in that Toy Story 3 incinerator scene, Blue Toad was no more Gasp Hold back your tears, though, as it turns out that the plucky litt. Perhaps a hint that the film may actually end with us crying with laughter and not devastation like that incinerator scene in Toy Story 3? Nah Tom will voice Woody once again Picture Getty Images. the incinerator scene from Toy Story 3 Ostensibly a road trip movie, Toy Story 4 features the return of the entire beloved voice cast, as well as newcomers Tony Hale and Keanu Reeves The longawait. The last movie alone, TOY STORY 3, has that wallop of a third act that sees the toys coming face to face with their death via an incinerator, all before finding a new home with a sweet little girl It.