Child actress Madeleine McGraw will star in the highly-anticipated Toy Story 4.
The 10-year-old will voice the character Bonnie, who was first introduced to the Disney films in 2010s Toy Story 3 when she adopts the toy gang from Andy.
The star said it had been an opportunity two years in the making while breaking the news on social media.
She wrote: This has been the hardest secret to keep EVER!! I have worked on this since I was 6!! Thank you to my voice over agent for hearing my voice and asking to see who was attached to it!!
Thank you to EVERYONE at Pixar for giving me the experience of a lifetime!! I am so GRATEFUL I cant wait for everyone to see this very special film!!
Madeleine recently starred in Ant-Man And The Wasp as the young version of the character Hope / Wasp.
Shes also appeared on TV series Outcast, as well as work as lending her voice to Disney Pixars Cars 3.
The first full-length trailer for Toy Story 4 this month and revealed Woody and the gang are looking for Forky – a toy that Bonnie created in pre-school.
However, Forky is not happy with life as a toy, proclaiming he was made for soup, salads and then the trash – so Woody decides to help him understand how he can be Bonnies friend.
After running into Bo Peep in an antiques store, he must decide whether to reunite with Bo, who is living out her lost toy life at the carnival in a new badass outfit, or go back to Bonnie.
Toy Story 4 releases in cinemas on 21 June 2019.
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