"Toy Story 4" is in the works for 2015, say two Colombian news sites, but Disney and Pixar have not confirmed it.

Jorge Luis Balaguera, the entertainment coordinator for Radio Station RCN, wrote Tuesday on Twitter:

“In 2015, Pixar will release 'Toy Story 4,' the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Joan Cusack confirmed for the main characters.”

The Internet Movie Data Base already has a site dedicated to the rumor with a list of credited cast members and a running time of 90 minutes.

But another Colombian outlet, Terra, reported the movie was officially announced:

“Disney announced that they are working on a new sequel to 'Toy Story,' which could be released in 2015. 'Toy Story 3' was a huge success, bringing in over a billion dollars at the box office, and the story will resume in the new movie.”

Buty for now, “Toy Story 4” is just an Internet rumor.

When the International Business Times spoke to Pixar they would not comment, but instead simply said “We do not comment on rumors.”

The rumor mill began buzzing over a fourth "Toy Story" last summer when Tom Hanks supposedly told a reporter that he was sure there would be another movie coming out.

The Inquisitr quoted Hanks as saying: “I think there will be, yeah … I think they’re working on it now.”

Twitter has had some hilarious reactions to another “Toy Story” being released.

While some fans of the movie are excited their favorite characters will be making a comeback, others feel that another movie will ruin the trilogy.

According to Buzzfeed, those who are fear a fourth “Toy Story”  should remain calm for two major reasons.

The first being that it was tweet that spread the rumor and the second being that Pixar’s slate is already full—they are already working on "Monsters University" (release date June 21, 2013); "The Good Dinosaur" (May 30, 2014); and the "Untitled Pixar Movie That Takes You Inside the Mind" (June 19, 2015).