Tim Allen, 69, was the voiceover of Toy Story’s main character Buzz Lightyear in the four Disney films. For the new spin-off, Buzz is played by Chris Evans, and Tim criticised the new film in a recent interview.
Tim voiced Buzz alongside Tom Hanks who voiced the cowboy Woody in the legendary films.
The 1995 film scooped an incredible $373 million at the box office and is known as one of the most loved animated movies of all time.
The spin-off, Lightyear, was not met with the same success, only making $51.7 million in North America on its first weekend in theaters.
Speaking about the film on American show Extra, Tim said: “It’s a wonderful story, it just doesn’t seem to have any connection to the toy.
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“Tim Allen in the role that he originated, the role that he owns.
“Tim IS Buzz! Why would they completely castrate this iconic, beloved character?”
Her anger did not end there as she sent a separate tweet explaining her reasoning the following day.
She penned: “Ok so the current Buzz Lightyear movie is an origin story – but the reason the character became so beloved is because of what @ofctimallen created.
“Why remove the one element that makes us want to see it? #stupidHollywooddecisions.”