Howdy, Sheriff Woody! (Toy Story 2) by Judy Katschke
This is not a drill, you can star alongside Woody and Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story 4
Comic Relief is offering Toy Story fans a real chance of getting in that toy box with Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, with a competition that offers one winner the chance to voice a new character. BBC Radio 2 have only gone and teamed up with the brains behind our favourite Pixar film ever to offer one lucky fan the chance to win a voice cameo role. And, not only will you get to hear your voice in the final film, the prize also includes travel to London and accommodation for the winner to record their voiceover. Excitement ahead of Toy Story 4, which is set for release on 21 June, continues to build as more clips and previews of the upcoming new film emerge. The new film will feature at least three new characters, Forky — who is most definitely a spork — and Ducky and Bunny, voiced by Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key, who appear to be prizes at the Star Adventure game at a fun fair. The latest trailer however got very meta, with the newbies discussing their reactions to a previous Toy Story 4 trailer that was released, despite being in the film themselves.
Woody's Roundup is a fictitious puppet show-within-a-show in the film Toy Story 2. It is sponsored by a cereal brand called Cowboy Crunchies. It is also the show's opening theme song performed by Riders in the Sky. In the film, the show ran in from and gained a great deal of popularity, especially for its lead character, Sheriff Woody. However, the show was cancelled after the launch of Sputnik 1 that made westerns less popular with kids, as Stinky Pete declared "Once the astronauts went up, children only wanted to play with Space Toys. Most of the gang shared personalities similar to their "real world" counterparts owned by Al , with the biggest exception being Stinky Pete.