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    I Could Watch This Behind-The-Scenes Footage Of Keanu Reeves Voicing His "Toy Story 4" Character For Hours

    Keanu forever. Keanu for always.

    So, let's cut right to the chase: Toy Story 4 is mere WEEKS away from hitting theaters and we were just blessed with an amazing clip which shows the star-studded cast during the recording sessions. Seriously, just watch it:

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    We get a sneak peek at quite a few of our old favorites — including Mr. Woody the Cowboy himself (Tom Hanks) sporting the most magnificent beard ever:

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    And the original Space Ranger, Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen):

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    As well as some new characters, including the forever-relatable Forky (Tony Hale):

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    The fluffy carnival prize, Ducky (Keegan-Michael Key):

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    And, arguably, the best-named character of all time, Giggle McDimples (Ally Maki):

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    BRB, changing my Instagram handle to "Giggle_McDimples."

    The best part of the clip is, easily, the internet's prince and our reigning meme overlord, Keanu Reeves, being HILARIOUSLY into his role:

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    This. Line. Delivery.

    In the film, Keanu is playing Duke Caboom — the amazingly named motorcycle stuntman toy who is in the same vein as Evel Knievil.

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    Duke, however, suffers from low self-esteem as a result of his inability to perform the stunts depicted in his original commercial...but you'd never know it, given Keanu's comically passionate line delivery.

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    And just, like...IDK, it's amazing. For context, here's the clip Keanu is recording for your viewing pleasure:

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    Seriously, I would pay money just to watch these recording sessions in theaters. In fact, just release the movie like this, forget the years of work animating the movie...

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    Clint Eastwood WHO?!

    So yeah, there ya have it. If you need me, I'll be watching this clip on an endless loop until the movie comes out June 20, 2019.

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    H/T Nerdist

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