Disney has released several new posters for “cars 3,” which shows Lightning Mcqueen squaring off against the Millennial racers. Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer) and Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) are two young athletes who try to defeat Lightning McQueen

BadTaste also shared several posters for the movie, the first of which is showing Lightning McQueen on a remote island. Another poster teases a scene of Cruz Ramirez and Lightning McQueen on the sand, while the third poster shows the Old Man Lightning with his juniors.

New characters introduced in ‘Cars 3.'

Jackson Storm and Cruz Ramirez are debuting in “Cars 3.” Pixar recently announced that Kerry Washington is on board to voice Natalie Certain, a prominent racing analyst. For the first time, Nathan Fillion and Lea DeLaria have lent the voices of businessman Sterling and Miss Fritter, respectively. Levis Hamilton, who won various championships in the past, has voiced the character of Hamilton, the assistant of Cruz Ramirez.

‘Cars 3' - an anticipated film

Brian Fee has made his directorial debut with this project, but it seems that the filmmaker is no stranger to the franchise. Previously, he served as a storyboard artist on "Cars" and "Cars 2." He also served as a graphic designer on “The Hound 2,” “The Fox,” “Mulan 2,” first two installments of “Tarzan” and “The Little Mermaid.” By profession, he was a makeup artist who served on “Monsters University.”

Cars 3” is one of the most anticipated films of the year.

It is the third installment in the “Cars” film franchise. Pixar Animation Studios has joined hands with Walt Disney Pictures for the US distribution. The film is scheduled to be released on June 16, 2017. It is a story of the famous Lightning McQueen, a former athlete. Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Armie Hammer, Larry the Cable Guy, and Bonnie Hunt are returning from the previous installments as McQueen, Ramirez, Storm, Mater, and Carrera, respectively.

The first movie, “Cars,” grossed over $240 million at domestic box office and $470 million worldwide, with a budget of $110 million. The 2011 computer-animated film “Cars 2” was made with an approximate budget of $150 million and grossed only $190 million domestically and $350 million internationally. The third installment is developed with a budget of $210 million, so we hope it will break the records of previous blockbusters.

In January 2017, a video game of the same name was announced by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It will be released this summer for PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Switch. After the failure of "Disney Infinity 3.0," Disney stopped developing and publishing new video games.