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The two Cars movies that Pixar has made so far are my least favorite of any Pixar film, but the kids love them regardless, and they also make money. I'll be surprised if we ever wee a third Cars film, but Pixar has released three short films for the franchise that some of you Disney/Pixar fans might like to check out.
The short series is called Tales From Radiator Springs and they were directed by Jeremy Lasky. The first is called Hiccups, and features Lightning McQueen getting the Hiccups. The second is called Bugged, and features fire engine Red getting Bugged, and the third one of called Spinning, and is about Guido with a Spinning sign.
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- Joey Paur
Three new “Shorty Shorts” from the animated franchise Cars popped up on Disney’s website today. The original film and its sequel show the adventures of Lightning McQueen, a race car who gets stuck in the town of Radiator Springs, and the friends he makes there. Each of the shorts comprises a “tale from Radiator Springs,” giving the viewer insight into more of the day-to-day goings on of the fictional town from the films. While the first Cars was a big success, Cars 2 wasn’t received as warmly. By putting out these shorts, Disney could be hoping to reach out to a new young fanbase, seeing as how Cars came out in 2006. I doubt that there is a Cars 3 in the works due to the underperformance of the sequel, but keeping an interest in the franchise might lead to a possible TV series or other project that could could build up some revenue. »
- Bryce Fallon
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