On January 22, Disney + will broadcast a series of short films dedicated to iconic characters from Pixar studios. Called PopCorn, it will put Finding Nemo, Cars and Soul in the spotlight.
Pixar has not been idle. In 2020, the studios offered us two films and do not intend to stop there. Before the arrival of the new feature film stamped Pixar, this summer, the studios are devoting a new series to characters from several licenses that have become cult. Thus, we find protagonists from the universes of Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Cars and even The Incredibles. These new adventures will be grouped together in a anthology available on the platform and to peck as you wish, a bit like popcorn after all. In the trailer, we also discover that more recent productions will be in the spotlight, like Coco and Soul. Pete Docter’s movie will expand his universe with a short film titled The soul of the city. It should offer us a dive into the alleys of New York and will undoubtedly be the occasion for certain characters to make a return on our screens. Joe Gardner appears in a short sequence, as does hairstylist Dez. A beautiful program that promises to occupy our evenings in these times of curfew. Appointment on January 22 to discover Pixar : PopCorn.
First images for Luca
In parallel with this announcement, Pixar gave us news of its next feature film: Luca. Set to hit theaters this summer, if all goes well, the film will follow the adventures of a little boy on vacation in Italy. But this unforgettable summer will also be an opportunity for Luca to meet a different kind. His new friend is actually a sea monster, from another world, located below the surface of the water. Directed by Enrico Casarosa, the film was written by Jesse Andrews and Mike Jones. The latter had also worked on Soul. Under his guise of Ponyo under the cliff, the animated feature film will pay tribute to Italian directors like Fellini to whom we owe in particular The sweet life can we read in an article in Empire. The American media even had the exclusivity of a first image of the film. To see life will be sweet for Luca, Disney gives us an appointment June 23.
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#Luca director Enrico Casarosa tells Empire about the real-life inspiration behind #Pixar‘s new Italian-set mythical coming-of-age story. Read more and see an exclusive first look image: https://t.co/qKLVTVfnzo pic.twitter.com/jwYxV0iEvt
— Empire Magazine (@empiremagazine) January 18, 2021
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