With nearly one month and a half left until the films release on June 16th, Disney and Pixar have officially debuted the first official theatrical trailer for Cars 3! Heavily featuring Lightning McQueen's struggle to decide whether to get back into racing after a disastrous crash (as previewed in the teaser trailer) or to retire, this new trailer emphasizes the classic Pixar mantra: story is king! Check out the official theatrical trailer for Cars 3 after the break:
CARS 3: Nathan Fillion's Rust-Eze Racing Center CEO Character Explained and New TRAILER Coming Tomorrow
In an article published yesterday by Entertainment Weekly, Nathan Fillion opens up about his new character in Cars 3. Following his vocal work in previous Pixar hit Monsters University as Johnny Worthington, Fillion takes on the role of Sterling, a genius marketing guru who purchases the Rust-Eze Racing Center where Lightning McQueen will train in the upcoming sequel. In additional news, Disney and Pixar announced this afternoon that a new trailer for Cars 3 will debut tomorrow, April 26th! Check out snippets of the EW interview with actor Nathan Fillion and Cars 3 director Brian Fee, along with the new trailer announcement after the break:
Pixar Chief Creative Officer and creator of both the Toy Story and Cars franchises, John Lasseter, has officially revealed that Cars is actually a make-believe world set inside of Andy's imagination within the world of Toy Story. Toy Story 4, set for release in June 2019, will be the first film in the new conjoined franchise to reveal this merger. This breaking news is unprecedented in film history, revealing that two long-time beloved franchises have always technically been one-in-the-same. More of John Lasseter's remarks after the break!
While Pixar's Cars 3 doesn't come to theaters until this summer on June 16th, it's never too early to debut new characters; characters, nonetheless, that are directly inspired by legends of the racing world! Meet four new characters in Cars 3 that are inspired, and in some cases voiced, by their NASCAR Legends after the break!
Following the release of Coco's teaser trailer earlier this week, there has been a rejuvenated excitement for original projects across Pixar fandom. One of the most exciting aspects of reporting on Pixar news is seeing new footage of an upcoming film for the very first time. Pixar prides itself on growing wholly original film ideas in-house, without hiring outsider talent to jump start new projects. The ingenuity behind the world and characters of Coco got us thinking about the future of original films at the acclaimed studio. Follow along as we explore the future of original Pixar films (post Coco) after the break!
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