Disney, Pixar, Cars 3, Lightning McQueen

Trailer Time: Cars 3 Teaser #1 (2017) *Sigh*

Remember way back when to the first Cars, which wasn’t as good as the classics that Pixar produced before it but still was a charming little movie with great animation?  Ok, now brace yourself and remember how they made a sequel to it in which Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy in car form became international spies and….no…..no I’m flashing back.  WHERE IS WHISKEY WHEN YOU NEED IT???  Cars 2 was the first truly horrifyingly bad thing Pixar ever turned out……so they made a third one.  This is the first teaser.  Watch it, then read the official released synopsis for what you watched…..then tell me if something seems a little tonally askew.
Blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary Lightning McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson) is suddenly pushed out of the sport he loves. To get back in the game, he will need the help of an eager young race technician with her own plan to win, inspiration from the late Fabulous Hudson Hornet, and a few unexpected turns. Proving that #95 isn’t through yet will test the heart of a champion on Piston Cup Racing’s biggest stage! Written by Pixar (This is me again, I wanted to include that, because I don’t want the credit.)

Cars 3 is scheduled to make me drink on June 23, 2017.
Cars 3

5 thoughts on “Trailer Time: Cars 3 Teaser #1 (2017) *Sigh*”

    1. Lol ya think? Maybe they’ll kill Lightning and traumatize the little kids who are the only ones who still care about him. This is all on Lasseter. This franchise and Cars Land going in to Disney’s California Adventure has been all him.

  1. Wow. This looks dark and dramatic and intriguing and… waaaaaait a minute. You almost got me there, Disney/Pixar. Nice try!

    I do, however, feel the need to point out that both of the Toy Story sequels and Finding Dory are masterpieces, and Monsters U is good if not great. The only bad Pixar sequel to date is Cars 2. So the sequels are not necessarily the driving force behind the downward Pixar trend. There is no way their next film, inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, won’t make up for the travesty that the next Cars might turn out to be, and we know that Incredibles 2 will be incredible, partly because Bird says he based it on ideas that would not fit into the screenplay when he was making the first one. Also we just have to hope and pray that Toy Story 4 is a standalone film like they’re saying, and is able to exist outside the almost-perfect trilogy that came before it.

    I feel sad that Pixar is no longer perfect, but since we now know that they’re mere mortals over there, it kind of makes their great films more impressive. These people are flesh and blood, the same as you or I… and yet they produced WALL*E.

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