Patricia Arquette in Talks to Join 'Toy Story 4'

John Lasseter will return to direct the fourth installment of the Pixar franchise.
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Patricia Arquette

Patricia Arquette is in talks to join the voice cast of Toy Story 4.

The fourth installment of the Pixar franchise is being penned by Rashida Jones and Will McCormack and will see the return of director John Lasseter. The story will focus on the romance between Woody and Bo Peep.

The actress will join the established Toy Story voice cast, which is led by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.

Arquette will not be voicing an anthropomorphic toy, but instead will lend her voice to a mom with a hippie-esque mentality.

The CSI: Cyber actress knows a thing or two about playing a mom. She won a best supporting actress Oscar last year for her performance as the single mother of two children in Richard Linklater's 12-year passion project, Boyhood.

Arquette is repped by The Gersh Agency and 3 Arts Entertainment.

Toy Story 4 is due out June 15, 2018.