There’s a disturbing theory about it toy story Films that add a disturbing touch to the film.
The theory focuses specifically on toy story 3which was published 13 years ago this month.
The film follows the gang who are accidentally taken to Sunnyside Day Care where it’s up to Woody (Tom Hanks) to convince the other toys that Andy didn’t leave them behind so they can return in time before he goes to college goes .
While at the daycare, however, the toys encounter obstacles in the form of the others there – namely Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear (Ned Beatty), who, despite his friendly name, turns out to be the film’s main antagonist.
In a flashback, viewers learn that Lots-o’s beloved owner Daisy accidentally left him behind.
When he returned to her, he made the heartbreaking discovery that she had replaced him with a new Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear. It was this event that made him angry.
After arriving in Sunnsyide, he decided to rule it like a prison and turn the other toys into his minions.
Over the years, many theories have drawn comparisons between Lots-o’s experience and that of Woody in the original toy story (1995).
The theory assumes that one involves Lots-o’ toy story 3the Pixar writers show what Woody could have become if Andy had replaced him when he and Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) were left behind at Pizza Planet.
At RedditOne fan theory goes, “I believe Woody is capable of anything Lots-o’ has done, but Woody always had a child.”
“If Andy bought a new Woody toy in the first movie, I think Woody would have turned out just like Lots-o’ – they’re both leaders and they both have to face tough trials to get their respective kids back. Also, we see Woody’s “dark side” in the first film when he’s replaced by Buzz. Lots-o’ is basically a childless version of Woody.”
Viewed in this way, the Lots-o’-scenes are in toy story 3 take on a whole new, far more disturbing light.
Earlier this year it was reported that both Woody and Buzz (Tim Allen) will be returning in a fifth installment.