Tom Hanks Weighs In On Decision To Replace Tim Allen With Chris Evans On ‘Lightyear’ Disney/Pixar Reboot

Tom Hanks Says he “didn’t understand” the decision to cast Chris Evans in the role of Buzz light year In the new film, replacing his longtime co-star Tim Allen,

Hanks, original voice of Woody in toy story suffrage, their was asked on elvis How did he feel about being up against a Buzz Lightyear movie in theaters.

“How about ‘that? I really wanted to go face-to-face with Tim Allen, and then he didn’t let Tim Allen do that. I don’t get it.”

light year Presented as a prequel to toy story The series shows Buzz in his early days when he wore his distinctive purple and green spacesuit. The film has shown Buzz kissing another boy in some countries, Even being banned in some Middle Eastern countries, Including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, nor in Malaysia or Indonesia.

Allen voiced Buzz in four of the franchise’s films from 1995 to 2019, and recently questioned the premise of the film, not just his own exclusion.

Allen said that even though the new film has “an amazing story, it doesn’t seem to have anything to do with toys.”

“I wish there was a better relationship,” he added Excessive.

Allen also noted that “without Woody there was no Buzz.”

Chris Evans, who replaced Tim Allen in the role, has been diplomatic about the casting changes, showering high praise on his predecessor.

“The younger version of me would just be pinching myself,” american captain the star told good Morning America last month.

He said, “Tim Allen is Buzz Lightyear. What he did in those movies is so iconic and so loved, and I’m a fool not to include some of his likes in this role.