It’s pretty clear by now that Pixar’s Lightyear isn’t a Toy Story sequel or a movie about the real human Buzz Lightyear; It is a fictional film that would have been released in the Toy Story universe, starring a sci-fi space hero named Buzz Lightyear, who later inspired the toys Andy loved so much.
This means that all of Buzz’s little quirks in the Toy Story films – his mission logs, costume and serious demeanor – would theoretically all have come from that film.
While it was fun figuring out what Buzz’s hair looks like under that purple snood, the filmmakers struggled to incorporate one of Buzz’s most iconic elements: his signature catchphrase, “To infinity…and beyond!” Infinite and Beyond’ a joke, like you can’t go beyond infinity and got into something like that, which Key and Peele then adapted for Toy Story 4,” says director Angus MacLane Polyeck. “So it was just a saying that all Space Rangers had, and Buzz wasn’t a Space Ranger or anything like that at the time. [He was like] These guys are stupid.
And then he embraces it by saying at the end. That didn’t feel right. “And then we had this exact gesture,” MacLane says while demonstrating the finger touch that Buzz and his best friend Alicia do as a kind of secret handshake. “It wasn’t ‘to infinity,’ that was exactly what Alicia and Buzz did to show they were together.
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