'Lamp Life': Release date, plot, cast and all you need to know about the 'Toy Story 4' spinoff on Disney+
The emotional flashback delves deeper into how Bo's origin story as she reminisces what happened to her after she left Andy's house
A new short film, 'Lamp Life', is all set to roll out as a prequel to 'Toy Story 4', which follows Bo Peep’s (Annie Potts) story. Bo reminisced about what happened to her after she left Andy's house and recounted how she was placed in storage for years, donated, brought at a thrift store and broken accidentally by a child.
The emotional flashback delves deeper into how Bo made a huge choice and left that kid. She and her sheep traveled through the rain and cover of night to create a new life at the antique store. While it was chopped off from 'Toy Story 4', it is now being developed into an Original Short.
The animated short film is all set to release on January 31, 2020, on Disney's new direct-to-consumer streaming service network Disney +.
'Lamp Life' will showcase Bo as she battles electrical fires and follows her fun-filled adventures through antique stores, snowstorms, frat parties, and more alongside her trusty pals.
Jim Hanks will play the role of Woody. Known for his roles in 'Abnormal Attraction' (2018), 'Blood Type' (1999) and 'Forrest Gump' (1994), the actor is often known for doing voice work for his older brother Tom Hanks.
Annie Potts plays Bo Peep in the movie. The actor played a role in 'Ghostbusters' (1984), 'Pretty in Pink' (1986), 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' (1986), 'Who's Harry Crumb?' (1989) and 'Ghostbusters II' (1989). She also voiced Bo Peep in animated films 'Toy Story' (1995), 'Toy Story 2' (1999) and 'Toy Story 4' (2019).
The cast includes Christina Hendricks who will reprise her 'Toy Story 4' character Gabby Gabby.
The short film has been directed by Valerie LaPointe, who worked as a writer on the fourth 'Toy Story' movie.
In the newly released official trailer, Bo teases what happened. “Overall, life on a baby lamp isn’t that exciting — or maybe too exciting,” she jests. “Which took us on quite the unexpected journey.” The one-minute clip has been captioned: "Expect an unexpected journey."
Where to watch
You can watch the animated short film that is all set to release on January 31, 2020, on Disney +.
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