“Toy Story 4” (G) Tony Hale joins the cast as a confused spork named Forky, who gets lost during a family roadtrip. He’s a “toy” Bonnie made in class by gluing googly eyes onto his plastic, and giving him pipe cleaners for arms and popsicle sticks for feet. Woody sets out to rescue him and reconnects with Bo Peep. They also have run-ins with a few other lost toys, including plushies Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key, and a daredevil named Duke Caboom who’s voiced by Keanu Reeves.
“Child’s Play” (R) Mark Hamill is the voice of Chucky in this updated version of the 1988 horror classic, where the dolls are sold with the ability to use wi-fi to connect to the cloud and control drones and other smart home devices. Yeah, I can’t see that going wrong at all. In case you’ve never made the connection before, both “Child’s Play” and “Toy Story” were both about toys owned by a kid named Andy which come to life. Aubrey Plaza plays this Andy’s mom. And he’s played by a kid named Gabriel Bateman.
“Anna” (R) Russian model Sasha Luss plays a trained assassin who uses her job as a supermodel as her cover. Luke Evans is her KGB recruiter, Helen Mirren is her handler, and Cillian Murphy is a CIA agent investigating one of her hits. It’s directed by Luc Besson, the guy who did “The Fifth Element” and “Lucy”.