Two writers from “cars 3” have joined hands for Fox Animation’s upcoming “A Tale of Momentum and Inertia.” Eyal Podell and Jonathon E. Stewart previously wrote the story and dialogues of Disney’s film “Cars 3.” Hollywood Reporter confirms that they are set to take on the new project for Fox Animation Studios.

"A Tale of Momentum and Inertia" is one of the most anticipated short films of the year. This project is directed and co-produced by Kirk Kelley and Kameron Gates, respectively. The story is about a strange creature made of rocks. It has the power to do anything and aims to protect a small village from the magicians.

Despite the best of intentions, things do not go according to plans.

Kameron Gates and Allan Turner are on board to write the dialogues of this film. Previously, Kameron directed the short film “House Special,” and Gates worked in the animation departments of “The Day After Tomorrow,” “King Kong,” and Hellboy.” He also worked as a visual artist for “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow,” and “Star Wars: Episode II.”

‘Cars 3.'

Cars 3” is an upcoming comedy drama by Pixar Animation Studio. The film will be released on June 16, 2017, by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the third installment in the “Cars” franchise and the sequel to 2011 blockbuster “Cars 2.” The movie is being directed by Brian Fee and features Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Armie Hammer, Bonnie Hunt, Cheech Marin, Jenifer Lewis, John Ratzenberger, and Lloyd Sherr in the leading roles.

Tony Shalhoub plays Luigi, who is the owner of Casa Della Tires. After being taunted in several races, Jackson Storm and Lightning McQueen decide to get retired. With the help of Cruz Ramirez, they restart training to attempt a comeback in the sports.

Eyal Podell and Jonathon E. Stewart

Born in 1975, Eyal Podell is a famous actor.

He is best known for portraying Adrian Korbel on the CBS soap “The Young and the Restless.” His other prominent works include “Defying Gravity,” and “NCIS.” Since arriving in Los Angeles, Eyal has worked both in films and sitcoms. His big-screen debut was “The Insider.”

On the other hand, Jonathon Stewart is an award-winning director.

He co-created the short film “Doing Time,” and received dozens of awards for this project. He also scripted the story and dialogues of HBO film “Guy in Row Five.” Born in 1974, in Ohio, he is a famous actor and writer. His top works include “Doing Time,” and “Juliet.”