Twilight Sparkle's Retro Media Library


Andy, now 17 years old, is leaving for college. But for years, he has never played with his toys. He decides to take Woody with him to college and put all of his other toys in a trash bag to put in the attic. Of course, his mom throws the bag away with the toys inside, but they all (including Woody) escape and climb in a donation box shipping to Sunnyside Daycare. Here, they meet Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear (or Lotso for short), Ken, and Barbie. On the night they spend their time in the daycare center, Woody and the toys execute an escape plan. Believing that toys should really be thrown away, Lotso throws the gang into the dumpster, and they eventually go to an incinerator. Luckily, the Aliens rescue them with a claw. Now Woody and his friends use another garbage truck, driven by Sid Phillips, to get back to Andy's house. Back home, Andy takes the box of his last toys and drives over to Bonnie's house. He spends his last time playing with his old toys with Bonnie, who now gets to keep the toys forever.[1]


Character's name Voiced by Sonic counterpart MLP counterpart
Woody Tom Hanks Sonic Applejack
Buzz Lightyear Tim Allen Tails Rainbow Dash
Jessie Joan Cusack Cream Pinkie Pie
Bullseye N/A Spike
Mr. Potato Head Don Rickles Knuckles Rarity
Slinky Dog Jim Varney Charmy Braeburn
Rex Wallace Shawn Vector Fluttershy
Hamm John Ratzenberger Espio Big McIntosh
Mrs. Potato Head Estelle Harris Rouge
Sarge R. Lee Ermey
Barbie Jodi Benson Bunnie
Ken Michael Keaton Antoine
Lotso Ned Beatty Shadow
Trixie Kristen Schaal Vanilla
Andy John Morris Chris Thorndyke
Mrs. Davis Laurie Metcalf Mrs. Thorndyke
Bonnie Emily Hahn

In Other Languages

Language Title
Japanese トイ・ストーリー3
Chinese 玩具總動員3
Korean 토이 스토리 3
Thai ทอย สตอรี่ 3

Production timeline

  • June 22, 2005: The film was given a release date of Summer 2008.
  • June 14, 2006: Still in pre-production, Toy Story 3 underwent re-written screenplay.
  • February 9, 2007: Toy Story 3's release date was delayed to 2009, and Lee Unkrich signed on as the sole director of the film.
  • February 19, 2008: The final, confirmed plot of Toy Story 3 was revealed online.
  • April 8, 2008: While more films from the Walt Disney Company were being announced, casting of the film was revealed, and was delayed to June 18, 2010.
  • April 23, 2009: Animation of Toy Story 3 began, just two months before the teaser trailer hit theaters.
  • January 13, 2010: Tom Hanks and Estelle Harris began recording their lines.

Release timeline

May 29, 2009 Teaser trailer
October 2, 2009 Trailer #1
February 11, 2010 Trailer #2
June 18, 2010 Original theatrical
November 2, 2010 DVD/Blu-ray Disc
November 1, 2011 3D Blu-ray Disc
August 3, 2012 Cable television
February 9, 2014 Terrestrial television (ABC)

On its opening weekend (June 18–20, 2010), Toy Story 3 grossed $110 million, making it the biggest opening weekend of all time within June.

Home video timeline

Main article: Home video timeline for the Toy Story series


From Pixar:




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Toy Story 3 teaser trailer

The teaser trailer for Toy Story 3, as seen on Disney/Pixar's Up.


Toy Story 3 Official Trailer HD