It’s hard to say anything about pixar that hasn’t already been said. The animation studio owned by Disney released his first computer-animated feature film, toy storyin 1995. This movie it paved the way not only for more computer-animated movies, but for more amazing Pixar films like Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Up.
What separates Pixar from other CG animation studios is that its films, in addition to being fun and exciting, often deal with mature themes and messages, which makes them worthwhile for kids and adults alike. Although Pixar said it would be taking a break from sequels after 2019’s Toy Story 4, that doesn’t mean they won’t be making other types of movies based on their established IPs.
At Disney’s Investor Day 2020 meeting, Pixar Creative Director Pete Doctor announced Lightyear, a feature film about the origin of iconic Toy Story character Buzz Lightyear. Recently, Pixar released the second surprise trailer for Lightyear.
Pixar announces “Lightyear” its next animated film
the guide of AmericanPost.News seeks to answer questions you may have about Lightyear, including when it will be released, where (possibly) you can watch it, and who is part of the voice cast.
Disney released the first trailer for Lightyear on October 29, 2021, giving audiences a good look at the film’s impressive photorealistic animation as well as its futuristic worlds and characters.
Also, the classic David Bowie song “Starman” sets the mood for most of the trailer. This was followed by a second trailer on February 8, 2022, a TV spot released on March 28.
When is the Lightyear release date?
Lightyear is set to be released on June 17, 2022, three months after Pixar’s last film, Turning Red. Although we only get a glimpse of what Lightyear has to offer, the fact that it looks this good is a testament to how long and effort the team put into making this film, even if they didn’t always make it in the same workplace.
As for whether or not the Lightyear movie will receive a simultaneous release with Disney+, the box office success of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has convinced Disney to give theatrical-only releases for many of its 2021 movies and presumably everything that comes after.
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