Pixar announced the next movie- Luca —A grown-up story telling a story that happened in a seaside town on the Italian Riviera. The story tells a little boy who spent an unforgettable summer with his newly discovered best friend. They shared ice cream, Italy Noodles and scooter. But a secret threatens the pleasure of destruction: he is a sea monster from another world below the surface. Directed by Oscar nominee Enrico Casarosa (La Luna), produced by Andrea Warren (Lava, Car 3), Luca It is scheduled to be released on June 18, 2021.
Casa Rosa said in an email: “For me, this is a deep personal story, not only because it was shot on the Italian Riviera where I grew up, but also because the core of the film is A celebration of friendship.” “Friendship in childhood often determines the path of who we want to be, and it is these bonds that are at the core of our story. Luca. Therefore, in addition to the beauty and charm of the Italian Riviera, our film will also feature unforgettable summer adventures, which will fundamentally change Lucca. “
Casarosa (Casarosa) has been working at Pixar since 2002, has worked as a storyboard artist in films such as Car (2006), Ratatouille (2007) and Up (2009), and then in the short film “La Served as a director’s debut in “Luna” (2011). The movie and “Brave” (2012) are shown in theaters, just like Pixar’s short films. Since then, Casarosa has been a member of the senior creative team of Cocoa (2017) and Toy Story 4 (2019), as well as the story leader of Good Dinosaurs (2015) and Incredibles 2 (2018).
For Pixar Luca After several years of “one for you, one for me” policy, Pixar has rotated between franchise rights and original rights, thus continuing to develop in the direction of more original movies. The voices of Chris Pratt and Tom Holland appeared as early as March. Next up is “Soul” with Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey, scheduled to be released in November. Then this.
Luca It will be screened in cinemas around the world on June 18, 2021.
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