Keegan-Michael Key opens up about 'Toy Story 4'

One of the stars of the highly-anticipated fourth installment of the beloved children's movies talks about what fans can expect and more, live on "GMA."
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Transcript for Keegan-Michael Key opens up about 'Toy Story 4'
we're excited to bring out our next guest. You know him from the hit comedy sketch show "Key & Peele." Now joining the "Toy story" franchise as the voice of ducky. Please welcome keegan-michael key. Hi. I love that. Oh, my gosh. Thank you. How are you? Feel the love. Do you feel the love. I feel all the love. Can I just say when I came in this morning I came in with Gordon. This man is spry. He's spry at 93. Zipping on those elevators. He's in better shape than me. Good shoutout to Gordon. Thank you for that. Congratulations. Thank you so much. One-year anniversary, wedding Yep, I was married on June 8th. Last year and we are very, very happy. Michael was there. Yeah. Thank you so much. This man knows how to throw a I have to say it's my wife. It is definitely nye wife. She is the genius of the family. She can really -- she can organize anything. The genius of the family. The genius of the family. It's working. "Toy story." That's genius. Yeah. I mean -- 24 years. Do you sear seeing it for the first time. I saw the first movie -- I did see it on video. It happened to be a big screen but happened to be a television screen but I remember never having seen effects like that before and that movie was my introduction into Pixar. I have never seen a Pixar movie prior to that and doing the special effects. I'm from the mtv generation but I had never seen anything like this but it's the heart in the characters -- I know they're cartoons but you care. You become so invested in what they care about, what they love, what they fear, what they want to achieve. It's superb. It's outstanding, the work they do up there. Yes. So honored to be a part of it. I love how invested you were as a kid into that little hand me down. I had a pink mouse and he had -- when I was a kid -- I remember -- I can see it in my head. He was a hand me down. He had a brown belly -- you know the inside of their ears a different color from the rest of the toy, brown ear, brown belly, thread bare tail and he was my linus plank yet from "Peanuts." I miss you little pink mouse. Never gave him a name. His name was little pink mouse. Native American. Little pink mouse. So that was his name. That was his name. Well, you know, you -- You and Gordon Peele reunite in this. You play ducky and bunny. That's me. That's me. Hi, me. Say hello to yourself. You guys are carnival prize toys. Let me see what happened. And then what happened. Aaagh! It's crazy to see this small little toy with my voice coming out of it. An existential experience. You play carnival prize toys. We got to take a look at the clip. Bunny, what are you doing? I can't reach you. Help me out here. Sorry, ducky. I'm not a mind reader. What's not to understand. You are going to make me say it. What? With these tiny legs I cannot reach without your help this. Is what I've been talking about. You have to work on paying attention and your listening skills. Ha, how you like that. Ha, harkes. To infinity and my foot. Well done. The director of the movie said that working with you -- you and Jordan was the highlight of his Pixar career working with you two. What? Working with us? It was one of the highlights of his Pixar career. Of that day. What was it like for you to work together again this it was magical. You know when you see an old friend then you pick up where you left off, it's exactly that kind of feeling. We were also very -- they were very generous with our time and let us work together in voiceover in animated films. Very often you're by yourself isolated and stitch the relationship together if you know what I mean but for me and Jordan they let us do it together. I thought it was such a wonderful experience to be able to see him again. He really is -- such a wonderful relationship and I don't know how to describe it. I never really want to describe it. It's just magic and it works. It just works. Somebody else who loves you, Tony hale was here yesterday. He said he would take you out last night. I don't know if he did. We did see each other last night, had a wonderful time together. He's just the most gracious lovely guy. Anything you see about Tony hale, anything you could hear good about him, it's all true. The greatest. Lovely, lovely human being so we got to spend time -- sfwlur's a lovely human being. How much fun is it having you on. I haven't been here before when you're on. It's nice. I get to have this time with Always full of energy. I know. It's crazy. Always makes you laugh, always makes you smile. That will not change in "Toy story 4." It's in theaters on Friday. And courtesy of our friends at imax, everyone in our audience, you're getting two tickets to see "Toy story 4" in imax.

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