“It’s the one called ‘Freddy,’ just like in the original movie,” Andy Serkis tells me. And what will be “Freddy”‘s first action in Toy Story 4?
I ask Serkis if he would do the same thing again. “Why? If I go and do something similar, you’ve gone too far. The reason why I wouldn’t, is because there are two things I don’t want to do anymore, and one of those is to be in a movie. If you’re in a movie, you’re part of the action scene, so you’ve got to be able to improvise and have a sense of humor. You don’t get the chance. That’s the other thing. I think that would be so limiting, to the point where you’re doing the same thing every film. So I always say, ‘I would never do that again. Never.'” — Andy Serkis
After Andy’s comment about what has made him sad and angry about the franchise, I ask Serkis what he has in mind for Toy Story 4.
“I think I have a really good idea of what I’d do, and that’s not only for the fourth [film] but also for the sequel, and for Toy Story 3,” he says at a lunchtime press conference in London hosted by Disney Interactive, the studio behind Disney Infinity. “When I look back on the past films or the story I’ve told, it is like looking at a storybook or some fairy tale—you have everything: the character, the story and characters. I think it’s a pretty cool story, even if I may end up just going with the original formula. I would’ve loved to have done it again, but with the addition of Toy Story 4. I think I could easily create an entertaining story for Toy Story 4 that would have been more in-line with [the original film]. I think it would be in a really good place.” — Andy Serkis
So what was that ending?
“I don’t want to tell it. I really don’t want to tell it,” he says. “I can tell you one thing: I was there when it was announced, but I didn’t see it.”
When I asked if he felt he was missing something important by being not there to be in the studio for these films, as he was for “Toy Story,” Serkis said, “Well, it’s not
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