KRBC NEWS Archives for 2018-11

Mall of Abilene's Premiere 10 to add beer, wine to concessions

The movie theater at the Mall of Abilene is adding a permanent feature for ages 21 and over: beer and wine.

Premiere 10 hopes to start selling the consumables sometime in December.  

"We are thrilled to add beer and wine to our concession menu for movie-goers to enjoy," said Gary Moore, the theater chain's president and chief executive officer, in a statement. "A lot of our theaters in other markets have been selling beer and wine to moviegoers for years and it's become a really big hit in movie theaters, so we're really excited to offer them in Abilene now." 

William Hildebrand, lead associate director at Abilene's Premiere Lux Cine 10, said director Lavone Crosby and he were "excited for the beer and wine addition to our concession menu."

"It is exciting for moviegoers in Abilene to order a beer or wine along with your popcorn or hot dog and enjoy your movie," he said, noting that the theater listens to patrons, and  added items such as pretzels to its concession menu by popular demand.

The theater recently went through a major renovation, adding leather recliners with adjustable headrests, USB ports and private tables for the "in-theater diniAbilng experience," he said, adding unlimited self-serve refills of popcorn, soft drinks and ICEEs.

The beer menu will include Bud Light, Budweiser, Michelob Ultra, Miller Lite, Shiner Bock, Coors Banquet, Dos XX, Coors Light, Redd's Apple Ale & Mike's Hard Lemonade.

Wine available will be chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, moscato and white zinfandel.

A number of other Premiere Cinemas also sell beer and wine, including locations in Bryan, Burleson, El Paso, Grand Prairie, Lubbock, and Temple, Hildebrand said.

For years, the mall and the nearby Century 12 were Abilene's primary movie theaters, the Century being a pioneer when it brought stadium seating to Abilene when it opened in September 1998

Abilene's theater landscape began transforming in 2017, when its newest theater, a Cinemark location in north Abilene, opened, offered reclining seats, an XD screen, and similar amenities not seen locally. 

The mall's theater upped its game in response, adding in new seating and other perks.

Meanwhile, one of the city's oldest theaters, the AMC Classic 6, closed in May, while the former Westwood Twin on North First Street is now a church. 

The city currently has four first-run movie theaters: Premiere Cinema 10, Century 12 near the mall, Town and Country Drive-In and the northside Cinemark Abilene and XD


Santa hits Abilene!!!!

It's official now, kids.

Santa's in town.

At least, our town.

Friday meant the end of school for the Thanksgiving holiday for many Abilene students, and the first order of business was welcoming Santa to the Mall of Abilene.

He arrived as dusk near the Premiere 10 movie theater, not to see "The Grinch" or "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms" but to parade to his seat inside, at Woodland Friends. From his special chair, he'll spend quality time with youngsters over the next few weeks, listening to and noting their Christmas gift requests.

You can find him at the Women's Dillard's Courtyard, available for photos and visits through Dec. 24.

But if Santa's taking a break, don't pout. He'll know.


Things to do in and around Abilene

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19
'The Sound of Music'
As part of the Abilene Broadway Season, a production "The Sound of Music" will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Abilene Convention Center, 1100 N. Sixth St. For tickets or information, go to CelebrityAttractions.com.
A capella concert
The Abilene Christian University A Cappella Chorus and University Chorale will present "Faith, Hope, and Love" at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 525 Beech St.
Others ...

  • AARP, 10 a.m., Rose Park Senior Citizens Center, Room Be, 2625 S. Seventh St.
  • Cancer Services Network’s Auxiliary meeting, 10:30 a.m., 100 Chestnut St., Suite 100. 325-672-0040.
  • Overeaters Anonymous, noon, Abilene Public Library South Branch, Mall of Abilene.
  • Schizophrenia Support Group, 1-2 p.m., Mental Health Association of Abilene, 333 Orange St. 325-673-2300.
  • Blood drive, 1-5 p.m., Texas Tech University School of Pharmacy, 1718 Pine St.
  • Free swim class for people with multiple sclerosis, 5:30 p.m., YMCA, 3250 State St.
  • Anorexics Bulimics Anonymous, 6 p.m., Shades of Hope, 402A Mulberry St., Buffalo Gap. 800-588-4673.
  • Central Texas Gem & Mineral Society of Abilene, 7 p.m., 7607 Highway 277 South. 325-692-0063.
  • Abilene Toastmaster’s Club 1071, 7 p.m., Conference Center, Texas State Technical College, 650 E. Highway 80. 325-692-7325 or abilene.toastmastersclubs.org.
  • Al-Anon, 7 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 1501 N. Broadway, Ballinger. 817-689-2810 or 325-977-1007.
  • Mid-City Al-Anon, 7 p.m., First Christian Church. 325-670-4304.
  • Memory Men (4-part a cappella singing), 7 p.m., First Baptist Church University Place, 302 Hickory St. 325-676-SING or www.memorymen.org.
  • Those Left To Cope, 7-8:30 p.m., First Baptist Church Ministry of Counseling and Enrichment, 1502 N. First St.
  • Abilene Community Band rehearsal, 7:30 p.m., Bynum Band Hall, McMurry University. 325-232-7383.
  • South Pioneer Al-Anon Group, 8 p.m., 3157 Russell Ave.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Avoca United Methodist Church. 325-773-2611.
  • Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Group. 325-676-1400.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20

Square dance workshop
TYE — The Wagon Wheel Squares will conduct a square dance workshop at 6:30 p.m. at the Wagon Wheel.
Others ...

  • Blood drive, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wylie High School, 4502 Antilley Road.
  • Mission on the Move Soup Kitchen, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Southwest Drive Community United Methodist Church, 3025 Southwest Drive.
  • Abilene Southwest Rotary Club, noon, Beehive Restaurant, 442 Cedar St.
  • High Noon Al-Anon, noon, Southern Hills Church of Christ, 3666 Buffalo Gap Road (south end; follow the yellow signs).
  • Stroke/Aphasia Recovery Program support group, 1:30-2:30 p.m. West Texas Rehabilitation Center boardroom, 4601 Hartford St. 325-793-3535.
  • Dystonia Support Group, 5:15-6:15 p.m., Not Without Us, 3301 N. First St. Suite 117.
  • Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS), 5:30 p.m., Brook Hollow Christian Church, 2310 S. Willis St. 325-232-7444.
  • Legacies Al-Anon Family Group, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Open Door Building, 3157 Russell Ave. 325-280-7584.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness, 6 p.m., Grace Fellowship, 910 Cypress St.
  • Family (of Mental Health Consumers) Support Group, 6-7 p.m., Mental Health Association in Abilene, 333 Orange St. 325-673-2300.
  • MHAA Bipolar/Depression Peer Support Group, 6-8 p.m., Ministry of Counseling & Enrichment, 1502 N. First St. 325-673-2300.
  • Free certified nurturing parent class (pregnancy to toddler), 6-8 p.m., Mission Church, North Third and Mockingbird streets. 325-672-9398.
  • Abilene Star Chorus, 6:30 p.m., Mesa Springs Retirement Center, 7171 Buffalo Gap Road.
  • Overeaters Anonymous, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Exodus Metropolitan Community Church, 1933 S. 27th St.
  • Family Support Group for parents with special needs children, 6:30-7:30 p.m., West Texas Rehabilitation Center boardroom, 4601 Hartford St. 325-793-3500.
  • Alzheimer’s Association — North Central Texas Chapter, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Chisholm Place, 1450 E. N. 10th St. 325-672-2907.
  • Al-Anon Parents Group, 7 p.m., Hillcrest Church of Christ, 650 E. Ambler Ave. Use Church Street entrance.
  • Al-Anon, 7 p.m., Doug Meinzer Activity Center, Knox City. 940-658-3926.
  • Brigadier General John Sayles Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 366, 7 p.m., American Legion Building, 302 E.S. 11th St.
  • Abilene Society of Model Railroaders, 7-8:30 p.m., 598 Westwood Drive.
  • Unity Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest, 602 Meander St.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21

  • Overeaters Anonymous, 8 a.m., Baker Heights Church of Christ, 5382 Texas Ave.
  • Abilene Cactus Lions Club, 11:45 a.m., Cotton Patch Cafe, 3302 S. Clack St.
  • Abilene Wednesday Rotary Club, noon, Abilene Country Club, 4039 S. Treadaway. $12 for lunch. Jo Ann Wilson, 325-677-6815.
  • Kiwanis Club of Abilene, noon, Abilene Country Club, 4039 S. Treadaway Blvd.
  • Clearly Speaking Toastmaster Club, noon, Hunter Welcome Center, Abilene Christian University.
  • Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group, 2-3 p.m., Western Hills Healthcare Residence, Comanche.
  • Alzheimer’s disease support group, 5:15 p.m., Cedar Crest Care Center, 1901 W. Elliott, Breckenridge. Assists those who have a family member with symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. 1-800-272-3900 or 254-559-3302.
  • Free swim class for people with multiple sclerosis, 5:30 p.m., YMCA, 3250 State St.
  • Veterans Peer Support Group, 6 p.m., 765 Orange St. 325-670-4818.
  • Mid-week Al-Anon Family Group, 6-7 p.m., Open Door Building, 3157 Russell Ave. 325-698-4995.
  • Al-Anon, 7 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 1501 N. Broadway, Ballinger. 817-689-2810 or 325-977-1007.
  • DivorceCare support group, 7 p.m., Hillcrest Church of Christ, 650 E. Ambler Ave. 325-691-4200.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22
Turkey Trot 5K
The 15th annual Turkey Trot 5K will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Shotwell Stadium, 1525 E.S. 11th St. Packet pickup will begin at 7 a.m. Early registration is $25 for adults, and late registration is $35. Registration is available at active.com.
Operation Thanksgiving
The Taylor County Veterans Service Office will serve its annual Operation Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Abilene Convention Center, 1100 N. Sixth St. For more information, call 325-674-1328.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23

  • Abilene Chinese Corner, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Abilene Christian University library. lld09a@acu.edu.
  • Mid-City Al-Anon, 7 p.m., First Christian Church. 325-670-4304.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24

Movies at the library
A free showing of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," rated PG, will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the South Branch of the Abilene Public Library, in the Mall of Abilene. Free showings of "The Meg" and "Crazy Rich Asians," both rated PG-13, will follow at 1 and 3:30 p.m., respectively.
Others ...

  • Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., Shades of Hope, 402A Mulberry St., Buffalo Gap. 800-588-4673.
  • Abilene Society of Model Railroaders, 10 a.m. to noon, 598 Westwood Drive.

Thursday Forecast

ABILENE, TX

as of 5:18 am CST

36°

CLEAR

feels like 32°

H 67° / L 40°

UV Index 0 of 10

Avery Spreading Rain, Snow; Damaging Ice Storm Possible

Avery Spreading Rain, Snow; Damaging Ice Storm Possible
RIGHT NOW
Wind S 5 mph
Humidity 61%
Dew Point 24°
Pressure 30.27 in 
Visibility 10.0 mi

 

TODAY MOSTLY SUNNY  HIGH 67°

 

TONIGHT LOW  40°

 

FRI HIGH 68°

 

FRI NIGHT LOW 43°

 

SAT HIGH 66° 


Forecast For 11/15/2018

ABILENE, TX

as of 5:18 am CST

36°

CLEAR

feels like 32°

H 67° / L 40°

UV Index 0 of 10

Avery Spreading Rain, Snow; Damaging Ice Storm Possible

Avery Spreading Rain, Snow; Damaging Ice Storm Possible
RIGHT NOW
Wind S 5 mph
Humidity 61%
Dew Point 24°
Pressure 30.27 in 
Visibility 10.0 mi

 

TODAY MOSTLY SUNNY  HIGH 67°

 

TONIGHT LOW  40°

 

FRI HIGH 68°

 

FRI NIGHT LOW 43°

 

SAT HIGH 66° 

 


Things to do in and around Abilene This Week!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15
Class for iPhones and iPads
Tom Miller will present a free class for iPhone, iPad and Mac computer users at 1 p.m. at the Mockingbird Branch of the Abilene Public Library, 1326 N. Mockingbird Lane. For information, call 325-692-1087.
Children's art reception
An opening reception for the Children's Museum Art Competition will be presented from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at The Grace Museum, 102 Cypress St. Photos of winning art will be shown, and cookies and punch will be served.
Diabetes management
A program and panel discussion on self-managing diabetes will be presented from 5:30-7 p.m. in Women's Center Classroom 3 at Abilene Regional Medical Center, 6250 Highway 83. For reservations, call 325-428-4950 by Nov. 13.
'John & Jen'
A production of the musical "John & Jen" will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in Fulks Theatre at Abilene Christian University. Tickets are $15. For tickets, call 325-674-2787.
Others ...

  • Chronic Pain and Depression Group, 11 a.m. to noon, Mental Health Association of Abilene, 333 Orange St., 325-673-2300.
  • Abilene Founder Lions Club, 11:30 a.m., Al’s Mesquite Grill, 4801 Buffalo Gap Road.
  • Kiwanis Club of Greater Abilene, noon, Beehive Restaurant, 442 Cedar St. 325-695-0092.
  • Retired Military Wives Club bunco social meeting, 12:30 p.m., Rose Park Senior Activity Center, 2625 South Seventh St. 325-677-9656 or 325-793-1490.
  • Mental Illness Open Support Group, 1-2 p.m., Mental Health Association of Abilene, 333 Orange St. 325-673-2300.
  • Abilene 42 Club, 6 p.m., Rose Park Senior Center.
  • Teen Recovery Group, 6-7 p.m., Mission Abilene, 3001 N. Third St.
  • Free certified nurturing parent class (all ages), 6-8 p.m., Mission Church, North Third and Mockingbird streets. 325-672-9398.
  • Take Off Pounds Sensibly, 6:30 p.m. Our Savior Lutheran Church, 4933 S. Seventh St. Weigh-in begins at 5:30 p.m. 325-665-5052.
  • Free swim class for people with multiple sclerosis, 6:30 p.m., YMCA, 3250 State St.
  • Gambler’s Anonymous, 6:30 p.m., Unity Spiritual Living Center, 2842 Barrow St. 325-338-2575.
  • South Pioneer Al-Anon Group, 8 p.m., 3157 Russell Ave.
  • Unity Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest, 602 Meander St.
  • Abilene Chinese Corner, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Abilene Christian University library. lld09a@acu.edu.
  • Mid-City Al-Anon, 7 p.m., First Christian Church. 325-670-4304.

New Standerd at Homer's BAr and Music Venue. 4201 North 1st. Abilene, Tx  Free event  Dontions for Red Kettle 

  • Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., Shades of Hope, 402A Mulberry St., Buffalo Gap. 800-588-4673.
  • Big Country Chapter American Association of Medical Transcriptionists meeting, 10 a.m., Arbec Room, first floor, Texas State Technical College, East Highway 80, Abilene. For medical transcriptionists or anyone interested in becoming one. 325-698-8898.
  • Abilene Society of Model Railroaders, 10 a.m. to noon, 598 Westwood Drive.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18
Model railroad open house
In honor of National Model Railroad Month, an open house of the Kannapolis River and Buffalo Northern Railroad model will be presented from 1-5 p.m. at 2324 Moore St. Admission is free.
'The Nutcracker'
Abilene Ballet Theatre will present its annual production of "The Nutcracker" at 2:30 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre, 352 Cypress St. For tickets or information, go to abileneballettheatre.org.


Prepare Your Black Friday Itinerary - Here Are 2018's Best Deals

Best Black Friday Deals in 2018

Stores across the country are preparing themselves for the biggest shopping day of the year - Black Friday - when hordes of shoppers hungry for deep discounts on big ticket items head for the stores to find that one perfect gift. 

Shopping for the holidays isn't just stressful, it's turned into an endurance race where only the fittest survive and the starting gun goes off after everyone finishes their turkey. Fortunately, a little bit of preparation can go a long way in reducing the stress and the hectic holiday spending sprees. 

To help you best plan how to you should best spend your time and money this year, WalletHub looked at nearly 7,000 deals being offered by 35 of the largest retailers in the United States and broke it down by which stores and category of items will have the largest discounts. Categories include items like "Apparel & Accessories" "Computers & Phones" "Appliances" or "Consumer Electronics." 

According to the survey, most of the biggest discounts this year will be found in the Apparel and Accessories category with 23% of stores offering discounts for those types of items.

There are plenty of deals available on Black Friday for Computers and phones according to WalletHub's survey with with 12% of stores offering discounts on those items. 

Jewelry will also see some steep discounts, especially at stores like Sears, Stage, Kohl's, Belk and JC Penny. 

Best Black Friday stores

Experts say people should pace themselves for Black Friday and be diligent in distinguishing the real deals from the marketing traps. University of North Carolina Assistant Professor Mark Pelletier says shoppers shouldn't consider a low price equalling low-quality - especially on Black Friday.

"Always ask yourself if you would you even consider buying this product if it was not deep-discounted. Every Black Friday, retailers bring out products and brands that they would not normally carry to entice people into their stores for "amazing" bargains," said Pelletier. "If you have never heard of a particular brand, there is probably a reason why. Do some research. When tablets and e-readers were all the rage, many retailers had deals on cheap knock-off versions of popular brands."

"Before spending your cold, hard cash on a product that looks good, do some research," Pelletier adds. 

Pacing yourself can also keep you from overspending on Black Friday. A good rule of thumb when shopping on Black Friday is to stick to your plan and avoid spending money on what seem like great deals. If you don't absolutely have to purchase a particular item, you really shouldn't, even if you feel like you're saving a lot of money. 

"Impulse purchases can quickly lead to financial hardships. Have a game plan before heading out to shop and stick to it. Never spend more than you plan on, and don't use credit if you aren't able to take control of it. Psychology research has shown us that there is indeed a "pain of paying" that kicks in to protect us from spending too much," said Pelletier. "Getting caught up in emotion can sometimes cause us to ignore or suppress this pain, but it's there for a reason, so listen to it!"

Deals on Black Friday can often be outdone by other big shopping days that have sprung up around Black Friday. For instance, depending on the item, you may be able to save more money by purchasing it on "Cyber Monday." 

"Services, such as digital products, and small ticket items for Cyber Monday and big-ticket items for Black Friday is the best bet," Pelletier says. 

 

WalletHub determined the best stores for Black Friday by surveying nearly 7,000 deals from 35 of the biggest retailers' Black Friday ads. The following stores were included in the survey: 

  1. Academy Sports + Outdoors
  2. Ace Hardware
  3. Amazon
  4. Belk
  5. Best Buy
  6. Big Lots
  7. BJ's
  8. Costco
  9. Dell Home
  10. Dick's Sporting Goods
  11. Fred Meyer
  12. Gander Outdoors
  13. Harbor Freight
  14. HP
  15. JCPenney
  16. Jet.com
  17. Kmart
  18. Kohl's
  19. Lenovo
  20. Macy's
  21. Meijer
  22. Microsoft
  23. New York & Company
  24. Newegg
  25. Office Depot and OfficeMax
  26. Payless ShoeSource
  27. Sam's Club
  28. Sears
  29. Shopko
  30. Stage (includes its five brands: Stage, Bealls (not to be confused with Bealls of Florida), Goody's, Palais Royal and Peebles)
  31. Staples
  32. Stein Mart
  33. Target
  34. True Value
  35. Walmart

Demi Lovato Gets New Phone Number After Leaving Rehab

Demi Lovato has a new phone number. Sure, changing one's digits doesn't seem like anything extraordinary, but for Lovato, it's another step in the right direction toward a fresh start. 

On Tuesday (November 13), the singer invited friends to DM her on Instagram to receive her new phone number. Of course, this prompted thousands — maybe millions — of her Lovatics to reach out, but it's good to see the musician taking control of who she keeps in her inner circle. It was previously reported that Lovato would ditch her old phone number in August and only gave her new one out to trusted mentors and friends in order to nix drug dealers, users, and negativity from her life.

As you know, the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer, who was spotted out of rehab earlier this month, has had to make a lot of adjustments since she overdosed in her Hollywood Hills home in July.

Since the terrifying episode, Lovato has turned her life around tremendously. She celebrated being 90-days soberlast month, she's balancing her new life with exercise and visits a sober house three days a week.

Additionally, the 26-year-old's ex-boyfriend, actor Wilmer Valderrama, has remained a constant in her life every step of the way. A source told TMZ the former couple "still communicate regularly," meet and speak several times a week despite not being pictured in the public eye together.

Still, the "Games" artist's return to the spotlight has not come without its share of rocky moments. After sharing an image of her placing her vote in the midterm elections on Instagram, fans had to come to her defense as trolls bombarded Lovato's comments with body-shaming insults.


Lady Gaga's Foundation Launches Charitable #MultiplyYourGood Challenge

Lucky we live in Abilene and this is a normal thing. Even this Friday we have Mission Thanksgiving, Also Angel Tree and more!  But for most this is not. Lady G want to make giving during the hoilday season as normal as it is here in the 325 and we can help even more! The campaign is dubbed the #MultiplyYourGood Challenge, encouraging people to donate both gently used items and money to a local nonprofit. After participating, Gaga is asking everyone to share their tasks with the world under the #MultiplyYourGood hashtag and submit how you’re helping here

 

Born This Way?@BTWFoundation

Love ?? and kindness?
We’re kicking off and our challenge by hosting community events in partnership w/ @starbucks at six neighborhood stores around the US. Learn more, find one, and pledge to multiply your good ???? https://bornthisway.foundation/world-kindness-day/ …

 

 

The challenge starts November 13 and runs through December 21. Any act submitted before the deadline will be multiplied by the Born This Way foundation, doubling every contribution with an act of their own.

One lucky winner will even receive a trip to Las Vegas to join Gaga’s foundation for a day of service and see her in concert. Click here for more details. 

“Sometimes the challenges we face can feel overwhelming, but I want everyone to remember that we all have the power to do good in our communities,” explained Cynthia Germanotta, the co-founder and president of the Born This Way Foundation.

 

 


What Color Are OREOS Black Or Brown - The Debate is Raging Online

Thrillist started a whole big controversery - are OREOS Black or Brown? 

It's a question we really never Thought about? 

 

Here's what Thrillist said about it:

"Two years ago, the internet was sent into a tizzy by a dress that was either blue or gold. Earlier this year, "Yanni" and "Laurel" were vying for our attention. And simmering underneath it all was a question that nobody bothered to ask... until now. 

What color is an Oreo cookie?

I’ve always thought the cookie part of the Oreo was black. You probably do too. I’ve tasted just about every Oreo cookie ever created. I’ve loved Oreo cookies since I was a kid. But guess what? Some people think the cookie is brown. To me, that’s like waking up to the news that the world has decided that the Pink Power Ranger is now actually Fuchsia. No. No it is not.

This all started when I was reading the FAQ for Mondelez, Oreo’s parent company. My job is to write about food, so it’s not that weird of a thing to do! Here’s the actually weird thing: Mondelez refuses to weigh in on the color of the Oreo cookie. Even though it’s clearly black!

Here's the official stance from Oreo's dad:

“We do not have a color assigned to the cookie portion of an OREO. Some people think the OREO is a shade of brown, while others view the color closer to black.”

Who the hell are the people who think it’s brown? They’re out there!"

 

So what do you say vote on our poll right here! 

 

 

 


Disney-Pixar releases preview for 'Toy Story 4'

Disney-Pixar released the first teaser trailer for "Toy Story 4" online Monday morning.

 

https://youtu.be/LDXYRzerjzU

 

The preview on YouTube says:

 "Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy. 

The movie will be directed by Josh Cooley and will be released on June 21, 2019.


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