We saw a pre-screening of Disney•Pixar's "Cars 3" this week and loved it! Racing is Lightning McQueen's life, but as newer, faster cars enter the competition, it is harder for him to keep up. He suddenly realizes that he might be forced to retire. Can personal trainer, Cruz Ramirez, get him up to the next level? You'll have to watch it to find out. The movie had amazing graphics, the storyline was well written, and I loved the ending! Disney•Pixar’s “Cars 3” cruises into theaters on June 16, 2017.
Producer Kevin Reher says the story is reflective of real-life champions. “Lightning McQueen has been racing for more than a decade,” says Reher. “He’s struggling with the kind of issues a lot of athletes face later in their careers. Do you go out on top or fight til the end?”
- Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen
- Cristela Alonzo as Cruz Ramirez
- Armie Hammer as Jackson Storm
- Larry The Cable Guy as Mater
- Bonnie Hunt as Sally Carrera
- Cheech Marin as Ramone
- Michael Wallis as Sheriff
- Paul Dooley as Sarge
Directed by Fee (storyboard artist “Cars,” “Cars 2“), produced by Reher (“A Bug’s Life,” “La Luna” short) and co-produced by Warren (“LAVA” short), “Cars 3” is produced by John Lasseter, who directed the first two films in the franchise. With a story by Fee, Ben Queen (TV’s “Powerless”), Eyal Podell (actor “Code Black”) & Jonathon E. Stewart (“Doing Time” short), the screenplay was penned by Kiel Murray (“Cars”), Bob Peterson (“Up,” “Finding Nemo”) and Mike Rich (“Secretariat,” “The Rookie”). Featuring a score by Oscar®-winning composer Randy Newman (“Toy Story 3,” “Cars”), instrumental cues composed by Brad Paisley, and original songs by ZZ Ward and Grammy® winner Dan Auerbach. The film is rated G and runs an hour and 49 minutes. For more information, please visit their website at http://movies.disney.com/cars-3.