With episodes such "What is cheese?" we were keen to find out what questions Tony Hale had about life in the UK.
Disney+ has unveiled its slate for UK subscribers, and just about everything Pixar has ever produced is there on day one.
There have been some massive movies in 2019, with some of them ripe for controversy and others simply raking in box office dollars to an unprecedented extent. Elsewhere, master filmmakers have taken on bold, distinct properties and we had one of the most divisive and unusual awards seasons in living memory.But which films have really struck a chord with people? We’ve crunched the numbers and created a list of the most searched for movies on Yahoo in 2019.Based on millions of searches, here are the films people were looking for this year.Read more:Biggest box office hits and misses of 2019Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Notable Hollywood deaths of 2019
The emotionally powerful ending of 'Toy Story 4' could have been very different, according to director Josh Cooley.
Allen spent just over two years behind bars for drug trafficking offences before becoming a Hollywood star
An anti-LGBT group in the US has launched an online petition, complaining about a subtle reference in Toy Story 4 to a same sex couple.
'Good Morning Britain' hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid were joined by writer Afua Adom and activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu to discuss the lack of diversity in 'Toy Story 4.'
Toy Story 4 dominated the box office this weekend, breaking the UK record for the biggest three-day haul of all time for an animated movie.
Double Oscar-winner Tom Hanks admits he’s been “completely shaped” by the character of Woody over four 'Toy Story' films.
The fourth 'Toy Story' film will be the first Pixar film since the first 'Toy Story' in 1995 to not have an animated short playing in front of it.
Several fans have started petitions calling for him to be recognised in the wake of his 2019 resurgence.
Is there anything sadder than a lost toy? National Express, the UK’s largest coach operator, certainly doesn’t think so as it’s teamed up with Disney-Pixar’s Toy Story 4 in a bid to reunite cuddly toys from their lost & found department with their long lost owners.They’ve commissioned British toy photographer Chris Rose to create a series of beautiful images that show the lost toys having Toy Story-style adventures to make the images more shareable and help get the pictures seen.Lost toys have always played a huge part in the Toy Story films, and 4 is no exception. You can find out more when it lands in cinemas on 21 June.Anyone who recognises one of the toys can get in touch with National Express by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and stating which journey the toy was lost on.Read more: Toy Story 4 lands rave reviews
Allen's 2013 remarks about using a racist slur have resurfaced following a new interview alongside 'Toy Story 4' costar Tom Hanks.