Best known for her roles in 1993’s “True Romance” and David Lynch’s “Lost Highway”, Arquette will voice star alongside Tom Hanks and Tim Allen. Sources told TheWrap that Arquette’s character is “a laid-back mom who’s described as a hippie”.
Hanks and Allen are returning to the animated sequel to reprise their respective roles as cowboy Woody and spaceman Buzz Lightyear. Disney Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter is directing the film based on a script writeen by Rashida Jones and Will McCormack.
Many other characters will be returning to the sequel too, but Lasseter said the plot will now focus on the relationship between Woody and his love interest, Bo Peep (voiced by Annie Potts).
Arquette, who currently stars on “CSI: Cyber”, recently signed on to voice a character in “Troll: The Rise of Harry Potter Jr”. She will be seen opposite Vincent Piazza in indie crime drama “The Wannabe”. Recently, she appeared on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” for a recurring role.
No further details regarding “Toy Story 4” were revealed, but the movie is set to be released on 15th June 2018.