The third act of the Toy Story franchise takes us back to a time where toys did not necessarily have batteries or remote controls. The latest additions to the cast include retro, classical toys that cater to every movie-goer's taste in playthings. Here's the Young Post guide to the cute and cuddly animals, angry robots and shiny plastic Barbies director Lee Unkrich has created. Ken (voiced by Michael Keaton) Ken is a good-looking, fashionable bachelor, who naturally falls for Barbie. Throughout the movie, he is referred to as a 'girls toy' - a label he hates. However, his leopard-print shirts and ascot do little to contradict that label. Peas-in-a-pod (Charlie Bright, Amber Kroner, Brianna Maiwand) Peas-in-a-pod are three soft, plushy, green balls inside a zipped green case. Naive and childlike, Peaty, Patrice and Penelope are perfect additions to any toy collection. Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear (Ned Beaty) At first, he appears to be just a soft, cuddly teddy bear eager to help Andy's toys fit into their new environment. However, Lotso's traumatic past may spell trouble. Trixie (Kristen Schaal) Trixie is a blue, chatroom-loving triceratops who becomes best friends with Rex. Stretch (Whoopi Goldberg) A purple rubber octopus and Lotso's henchwoman. Her loyalties shift as the movie goes on and she realises Lotso's true character. Buttercup (Jeff Garlin) Buttercup is a white unicorn with big blue eyes and heart-shaped nostrils: a stereotypical cutesy children's toy. He is crucial in the later rescue mission. Twitch (John Cygan) Twitch has muscular arms, strong wings and terrifying jaws and calls himself an 'insectaloid warrior'. Sparks (Jan Rabson) Sparks is a toy robot with red eyes that light up and the ability to spit out sparks when rolled on his rubber wheels. He has a wide range of gadgets stored within him such as telescopic arms, a lift and pincers. Mr Pricklepants (Timothy Dalton) Mr Pricklepants is a melodramatic hedgehog clad in lederhosen. He comes from Germany and is hugely interested in theatre. Dolly (Bonnie Hunt) Dolly is a sweet-looking rag doll with purple hair, googly eyes and an orange dress who helps reunite the main characters later in the film. Chatter Telephone (Teddy Newton) The oldest toy in Sunnyside Daycare, he can only speak, rather inconveniently, when his receiver is lifted from its cradle. Chunk (Jack Angel) Chunk is an orange rock monster. His eyes turn red when he is angry and blue when he is happy. Part of his job is to keep the toys in line. Big Baby Big Baby is Lotso's silent right-hand man who believes he was abandoned by his owner. One of the baby's eyes is permanently half closed and he has a number of tattoos on his body. Bookworm (Richard Kind) Bookworm is a glasses-wearing flashlight worm. Not surprisingly, he loves reading books and looks after the toys' instruction manuals.