Walt Disney Pictures has once again released new clips and posters from the highly-anticipated movie, “cars 3,” to create excitement among fans. Various people have accepted the fact that “Cars” films are about trucks, trains, plains, boats, and other vehicles, but it’s not so. The studio has claimed that “Cars 3” will be released with the better star cast and interesting storyline.

To prove this point, it has released footage online, which shows the Main Characters of the movie. We can see Lightning (Owen Wilson), Cruz (Cristela Alonzo), Jackson (Armie Hammer), Ramone (Cheech Marin), Flo (Jenifer Lewis), Mack (John Ratzenberger), and Fillmore (Lloyd Sherr) in this 30-second clip.

‘Cars 3’ – an animated movie

“Cars 3” is an upcoming animated comedy by Pixar. Upon its release on June 16, 2017, the film will be distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the third film in the “Cars” series, and a direct sequel to 2011 blockbuster, “Cars 2,” which grossed over $400 million at the box office. The original film, “Cars,” was released in 2006 and earned more than $500 million.

The story revolves around two retired racing technicians, Jackson and McQueen, who develop an interest in vehicles and attempt a comeback in the Florida 500. At an annual meeting in 2014, Disney CEO Bob Iger stated that Pixar had started pre-production on “Cars 3.” Later on, a Pixar spokesperson, John Lasseter, revealed that the movie would feature several scenes from “The Castle of Cagliostro” to pay tribute to the filmmaker.

The soundtrack is being composed by Randy Newman, who previously composed the score of “Cars” and “Cars 2.” Two tie-in video games of the same name are developed by Avalanche Software.

In 2016, Disney officially announced that it will not develop video games and consoles. Nowadays, Avalanche Software is forefront to develop games based on “Cars” film series. Several new games will be released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Wii U by the end of this month.

The studio behind the film

Pixar is an American film studio with its headquarters in Emeryville, California. Founded in 1979, it develops computer-animated movies in collaboration with Lucasfilm. In 2006, Disney acquired Pixar for $7.3 billion, and started producing high-quality pictures, including “Toy Story,” and “Finding Dory.”

For the “Cars” franchise, the studio has earned 15 sixteen Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, 14 Grammy Awards, and several nominations. There are rumors that the studio will develop new games for “The Incredibles,” “Brave,” and “Inside Out” fans, but the officials refuse to comment anything in this regard.