It probably shouldn't come as a surprise that Toy Story 3, a animated film which took in over a billion dollars in worldwide receipts, would be seeing a sequel in development.
Such is the case here as Toy Story 4 is already being worked on by Pixar, according to the franchise's main star, Tom Hanks.
While promoting his current romantic-comedy Larry Crowne, Hanks was asked by BBC News whether there will be another Toy Story film, to which he answered:
"I think there will be yeah. Yeah, yeah, think they're working on it now. There you go."Although fans of the franchise will be delighted by the news, many critics considered the third film to be solid end to the much-loved Pixar franchise centering on Woody (Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen) and their toy comrades.
The studio did recently announce plans to release a 'mystery movie' on November 27th 2013 and since doing so fans have been speculating as to whether it would be a sequel (like The Incredibles 2) or an entirely new story.
What are your thoughts? Could the November 2013 mystery release in fact be Toy Story 4?
Head over to BBC News to watch the full interview with Tom Hanks