This summer will mark our first visit with Pixar's 'Toy Story' crew in over ten years, and as we see in the new trailer for this summer's 'Toy Story 3', a lot has happened since then.

Our beloved Andy is now grown up and headed off to college, leaving Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), and the rest of his toy chest to be shipped off to the luxurious Sunnyside Day Care to mix it up with a whole new generation of kids, and a whole new batch of toys.

Chief among them is the suave, ascot-wearing Ken (Michael Keaton), who gets his breath taken away by Barbie ("I love your leg warmers," he coos). However, when we soon see Ken grill his band of toys about the "new recruits" during a Skull-and-Bones type meeting around a dimly lit See-and-Say, it becomes quite clear that he might not be as clean-cut as he seems. This summer will mark our first visit with Pixar's 'Toy Story' crew in over 10 years, and as we see in the new trailer for this summer's 'Toy Story 3', a lot has happened since then.

Our beloved Andy is now grown up and headed off to college, leaving Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), and the rest of his toy chest to be shipped off to the luxurious Sunnyside Day Care to mix it up with a whole new generation of kids, and a whole new batch of toys.

Chief among them is the suave, ascot-wearing Ken (Michael Keaton), who gets his breath taken away by Barbie ("I love your leg warmers," he coos). However, when we soon see Ken grill his band of toys about the "new recruits" during a Skull-and-Bones type meeting around a dimly lit See-and-Say, it becomes quite clear that he might not be as clean-cut as he seems.


But when Andy comes looking for Woody before leaving for school, Buzz, the Potato Heads, Rex (Wallace Shawn) and Jesse (Joan Cusack) must work together to battle the forces of Ken and reunite the two one last time.

Before garnering Oscar attention for recent films like 'WALL-E' and 'Up' (currently nominated for Best Picture), 'Toy Story' was the revolutionary film that put Pixar on the map. Since the studio has never been one to rest on its laurels, for this latest installment they've enlisted the talented Lee Unkrich ('Finding Nemo') to direct, and added 3-D animation to the mix.

If the earlier trailers are any indication, the third chapter in the 'Toy Story' trilogy will be just as fun and unforgettable as the first two.

'Toy Story 3' will be released on June 18.