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It is unclear what becomes of Lotso after Toy Story 3, but he most likely Toy Story 3 main character to not appear in the film's epilogue during the end credits. 8 Theories About the Toy Story Franchise You may have noticed that Andy's evil neighbor Sid returns briefly as the garbageman in Toy Story 3. could have been passed down through the family and ended up as Andy's hat. In the film, Lotso supposedly represents the Illuminati and their manipulation. The 'Toy Story' movies may be beloved by pretty much everyone, And let's not forget about Lotso, the self-loathing teddy bear who wants all toys to share legitimately terrifying moment in the franchise, where, in Toy Story 3, . toys are alive, except Sid at the end of the first movie (and, holy shit, poor Sid.
As an afterthought, Woody puts on the box a post-it note with the address of 6-year-old Bonnie voice of Emily Hahn. As he is driving away to college, Andy delivers the box to Bonnie and introduces her to each of the toys. Before continuing on, Andy plays with Bonnie, but he finally must leave.
As Andy drives away, Woody sadly says, "So long, pardner. What happens in the Spanish version of the film during Buzz's "Spanish mode"? In the Spanish versions of the film, during Buzz Lightyear's "Spanish mode", he continues to speak Spanish rather than a different language such as English.
However, different accents and dialects are used depending on the region. In the Latin American version, "normal" Buzz uses the local Latin American variety of Spanish in the dubbed version, but when he converts to "Spanish mode", he shifts to the "standard" Castilian accent from central Spainwhich to native speakers, sounds very different from Latin American Spanish.
In Spain, "normal" Buzz uses standard Castilian Spanish in the dubbed version, and when he converts to Spanish mode, he then uses an exaggerated Andalusian accent from southern Spain, which is appropriately the land of flamenco and many other traditions identified as stereotypically Spanish.
Woody even responds to him with a mock imitation of this Andalusian accent. In that way, the basic premise of the joke is retained or even enhanced in the Spanish dubbed versions. Is it true that there was a completely different version of 'Toy Story 3' being developed without Pixar? InDisney and Pixar signed an agreement that all characters created by Pixar for their films are owned by Disney. Furthermore, Disney retains the rights to make sequels to any Pixar film, though Pixar retains the right of first refusal to work on these sequels.
Disney took advantage of this and started production on an entirely different Toy Story 3 with a new division of animation called "Circle 7 Animation" without any involvement with Pixar. The division wrote a script that focused on the Buzz Lightyear toy being recalled because of a malfunction.
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The company that manufactured him say that they will ship the toys back to Taiwan where they will be fixed. This makes Lotso signal Stretch to push the toys into a dumpster, thinking that disposing them as trash will be better.
At that moment, Ken appears, calls out for Barbie, and tries to stop Lotso, but Lotso teases Ken for loving Barbietelling him there are "hundred million Barbie dolls like her. Ken then speaks up, explaining what Lotso has done to Sunnyside, making Lotso question his cohorts if anyone concurs with Ken.
When no one answers, Lotso continues with his lecture, telling the toys that not one kid has ever loved, or will ever love, a toy. Woody then attempts to remind Lotso of his old life with his previous owner, Daisy. However, Lotso immediately becomes upset as he doesn't want anything to do with Daisy, but to forget completely that his relation to Daisy has ever existed. Woody then pulls out Big Baby's old pendant received from Chuckles during his stay at Bonnie's house earlierand after unsuccessfully telling Lotso how she has loved him, Woody tosses the pendant to Big Baby, who picks it and, looking at the token of his lost love, sniffles, "Mama.
He then orders a now reluctant Stretch to push the toys into the dumpster, pokes Big Baby abusively with his cane and denounces all toys as trash awaiting disposal. Without warning, Big Baby lifts up Lotso, causing him to drop his mallet.
Lotso orders Big Baby to put him down, but Big Baby, having had enough with his treacherous nature, throws the bear into the dumpster and closes its lid on him.
He then blows a raspberry directed at Lotso and allows the toys to escape. As the toys try to leave Sunnyside, one of the Aliens has become stuck by the dumpster's lid, prompting Woody to rush back to free the alien by slightly opening the lid.
But then, Lotso, having caught sight of Woody through the opening and wanting revenge for being humiliated and having his schemes foiled, grabs Woody's ankle and pulls him into the dumpster, making Andy's other toys rush to his rescue just as the garbage truck arrives to pour the contents of the dumpster into the truck.
Lotso being saved by Woody and Buzz The truck takes Lotso and Andy's toys to Tri-County Landfillwhere they are pushed onto a conveyor belt leading to the shredders.
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After the toys grab onto a metal object so that they hang from the magnetic ceiling, safe from the shredders, Lotso calls for help from under a golf bag. Woody and Buzz drop down from the ceiling to free Lotso. They use one of the golf clubs to pry up the bag to let Lotso crawl out, and Woody makes Lotso take his hand as the club pulls them up to the ceiling, narrowly escaping the shredders that chew up the golf bag.
Realizing that the conveyor belt is leading them to an incinerator, Lotso and the toys try to run for it, but the conveyor belt pushes them closer and closer to the furnace. Lotso then notices an emergency stop button and rushes over to grab hold on the lower rung of a ladder leading to the button. He calls to Woody, and Woody and Buzz rush over to nudge Lotso up, allowing him to climb up the ladder and access the button.
Lotso gives the toys their death sentence. Woody and Buzz then order Lotso to push the button, but Lotso, whose inner beliefs haven't changed overall, gives the helpless toys a menacing glare, shouts an insult directed at Woody as he runs off, leaving the toys to die in the incinerator. However, the toys are rescued by the giant crane that the Aliens have commandeered at the last moment. After the toys emerge out of the furnace, Hamm and Slinky express their desire to get back at Lotso for almost getting them killed, but Woody convinces them to forget it, since he believes Lotso is not worth it.
Meanwhile, as Lotso tries to find his way out of the dump, he turns to see another garbage truck pulling up toward him, forcing him to go limp. As the truck stops next to him, a garbage man steps out of the truck and is surprised upon discovering Lotso, claiming how he has once owned a Lots-o'-Huggin'-Bear during his childhood.
Sticking to his love for Lotso as well as his strawberry scentthe garbage man decides to take him along. Lotso is last seen tied up on the truck's front grill with a few other toys the same garbage man has collected earlier.
Lotso panics as he wakes up to find himself in that predicament, but then one of those toys, a frog, advises Lotso to keep his mouth shut to prevent mud and insects from getting in, and Lotso does so right away. Personality — Buttercupabout Lotso Lotso came across the toys' well being and at first seemed caring, welcoming, friendly, and possessed all of the good qualities of the stereotypical soft teddy bear. This was further emphasized by his strawberry aroma and his hugging of Buzz Lightyear hence his name Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear when the toys first arrived at Sunnyside Daycare.
He even went so far as to "promise" the toys that different kids at the daycare center would continue to play with them and that they would never feel unloved or rejected. However, this facade merely concealed his true nature later in the film. Lotso's true colors revealed him to be a dark, sadistic, conniving, selfish, rage-driven tyrant and prison warden, ruling Sunnyside with an iron fist and imprisoning new toys in the Caterpillar Room to test their ability to endure the abuse of the reckless and destructive children there.
This nature was mostly brought about from his perceived betrayal from Daisy. However, he was considered to be a kind-hearted friend to both Chuckles and Big Baby before they were accidentally abandoned and subsequently replaced. Due to his painful past, Lotso possessed a negative philosophy about being a toy, believing toys to be nothing special and originally made for future disposal which is somewhat accurate considering the fact that toys tend to be given away and sometimes even discarded by their owners when they outgrow them.
While in power as a head toy at Sunnyside, Lotso seemed to develop nihilistic tendencies, as evidenced by his statement that all toys were ultimately going to be tossed out like garbage, and there is no salvation for them.
Additionally, by destroying Big Baby's old pendant, Lotso showed that he not only wanted to forget his own relation with Daisy and pretend it never even existed, but he also wanted to destroy all of Big Baby's ties to Daisy and essentially all toys' ties to their owners.
At the landfill, despite seemingly showing thankful feelings toward Woody for saving him from the shredders, Lotso still held on to his beliefs that children would discard their toys out of boredom and disinterest without realizing the physical and emotional pain they are causing to the toy, as evidenced when he refused to push the emergency stop button that, had he pressed it, would have supposedly led to his redemption by saving Woody and his friends from their fiery death in the incinerator.
This lovable bear stands fuzzy heads and shoulders above other teddy bears because he smells like sweet strawberries! With a smile that will light up your child's face and a belly just asking to be hugged, Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear is sure to become a bedtime necessity. Spot clean plush surface with a damp cloth.
Trivia Lotso's cameo in Up. In a viral marketing campaign, Pixar posted two commercials, for a "real" Lotso teddy bear manufactured in perhaps even longeron YouTube. One was a typical American toy commercial from the 80's, and the other was done in Japanese. Lotso made a cameo appearance in Up when he was first spotted next to Dee 's bed when Carl 's house flies past her window outside, and it was later confirmed that he would be a new character in Toy Story 3.
When Lotso is helped to the Emergency Stop button on the trash conveyor belt, instead of pushing the button to stop the belt and save the other toys, he glares at them and yells, "Where's your kid now, Sheriff?! Robinson being cast in The Ten Commandments The true meaning of love, which he got from the garbage manwho remembered having a Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear toy as a kid. A fitting end to a considerably miserable life, which he would face from the elements, bugs, and mud; or from eventually being thrown away again, leading him to die in the shredders or the incinerator.
Lotso shares a lot of character traits with Stinky Pete from Toy Story 2. They both seemed to be loving at first, but were then revealed to be cruel tyrants in the end. This is mainly because of a sense of feeling rejected or unloved, which were clearly seen in both Pixar villains. Oddly enough, the music that played during Lotso's defeat was the same music heard during Stinky Pete's defeat. His thick Southern accent, initially soft-spoken demeanor, and many of his iron fist policies as "Warden" -- including throwing uncooperative prisoners into "the box" -- are clear references to "The Captain," Strother Martin's character from Cool Hand Luke as well as Lotso' voice actor, Ned Beatty 's previous character, Sheriff J.
Conners, from White Lightning. Lotso was originally conceived as a teddy bear from the early 80's Care Bears toy line. This idea was not dropped until after the storyboard was completed and can be seen in the tie-in book The Art of Toy Story 3. In the PS2 version of Toy Story 3: The Video GameLotso has a silent appearance, and his fate is not revealed nor is it seen.
Test audiences who had sympathized with Lotso for his backstory had wanted to him to push the button in the incinerator scene to redeem himself, but according to the DVD commentary, director Lee Unkrich explained that Lotso chose not to save the other toys so that audiences who had gotten to know them for three films could really care about even more when it looked like the end just before the aliens rescued them with the claw, so sadly, Lotso's reformation was dropped.