Pixar’s Cars film franchise hasn’t been the most popular with critics, but it is one of the most lucrative. While the first two films had a fish out of water theme, Cars 3 seems to take a dark and gritty turn for the series as we see Lighting McQueen suffer a devastating crash forcing him to have a new lease on life as he sets out to prove to a new generation of cars that he is still the best in the world.
Check out the latest teaser trailer for the film here below.
Disney has announced some pretty big scheduling news surrounding the release of their Marvel Studios and Pixar films, as well as their reimagined live-action adaptations. Following the confirmation that Ant-Man and The Wasp will be pushing back Black Panther and Captain Marvel, comes word that The Incredibles 2 and Cars 3 are now officially set for release, and Toy Story 4 is getting pushed back an entire year. The studio has also reserved four dates for their live-action adaptations of their animated films.
Check out the all the release dates and the studio’s competition in the report below.
Briefly: This morning, Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger made an announcement that every Pixar fan has been waiting for. It has been almost 10 years since the release of The Incredibles, and after hearing that the Pixar team was just waiting for the right story, it has been confirmed that The Incredibles 2 finally on the way. He added that original director Brad Bird would return for the sequel.
Iger made the announcement this morning at a Disney Investor meeting, and also announced that there will be another Cars movie on the way.