Life Toy Story 4 passes half a billion dollars in week By WeeklyNews staff Posted on July 2, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The new animation film Toy Story 4 keeps breaking records. The fourth part of the series yielded half a billion dollars worldwide within a week after the premiere, the American media report. In the Switzerland, the film attracted nearly 64,000 visitors in the first week. In the fourth part, cowboy Woody is no longer the toy of his old “owner” Andy, who has grown up, but of the girl Bonnie. When a new beloved toy from Bonnie, Vorkie, runs away, Woody decides to look for him. The film received some scale of criticism in both the US and Europe. Toy Story from 1994 was a milestone in film history; it was the first full-length computer-animated feature film ever. Director John Lasseter received a special Oscar for the work. The quality of the two follow ups remained high, the critics also judged; the three films raised 2 billion dollars worldwide.