First LEGO Toy Story 4 Set Revealed

A new clip for Toy Story 4 was released today and has I tried to track it down on YouTube, this clip from Good Morning America popped up. The clip was exclusively revealed on ABC’s morning show, with the voice of Bo Peep, Annie Potts, also on-hand to discuss her character. Big whoop I hear you cry, well in the studio, Annie was surrounded by a few Toy Story 4 products, which seem to include a random LEGO® set. It’s no secret that there will be sets based on the upcoming new Pixar film, but this is the first time one has been seen in the wild. Now there aren’t any close ups of the set but it appears to be a fairground, and includes standard Minifigure versions of Buzz, Woody and Bo. So the Minifigures are more akin to those included in the LEGO Minifigures Disney series than the original LEGO sets based on past Toy Story film, which used moulded pieces for the heads. Now I know it’s not the best look at the set, but we may get a better look at upcoming new LEGO products including those based on Toy Story 4, during New York Toy Fair this weekend.

Update: Brickset has posted the first official image via Disney merchandise site Diskingdom. The set is called Buzz & Woody’s Carnival Mania! and includes Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Bo-Peep plus Ducky and Bunny. It’s also a 4+ set, but still uses a large number of system elements as well as larger easy-to-build pieces.

Author: Adam White

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