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Luca First Look Reveals Pixar's New Sea Monster Movie Set on the Italian Riviera

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Luca First Look Reveals Pixar's New Sea Monster Movie Set on the Italian Riviera
Pixar Animation Studios announced today that its next feature film release will be Luca. The movie is all set to be directed by Academy Award nominee Enrico Casarosa (La Luna) and produced by Andrea Warren (Cars 3). The movie pairs a young boy with a sea monster from another world during one unforgettable summer in Italy. Luca is set to open in U.S. theaters June 18th, 2021.

Meet “Luca.” Directed by Enrico Casarosa & produced by Andrea Warren, our all-new film will introduce a boy named Luca as he experiences an unforgettable summer in a seaside town on the Italian Riviera. “Luca” opens in theaters summer 2021. pic.twitter.com/orlIxzqXnB

Pixar (@Pixar) July 30, 2020

Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, the original animated feature is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend,
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First Look At Pixar’s Luca Coming To U.S. Theaters June 18, 2021

First Look At Pixar’s Luca  Coming To U.S. Theaters June 18, 2021
Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, the Disney and Pixar original feature film, “Luca,” is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. “Luca” is slated for release in summer 2021 and directed by Enrico Casarosa and produced by Andrea Warren. © 2020 Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved.

Pixar Animation Studios announced today that its next feature film release will be “Luca.” Directed by Academy Award® nominee Enrico Casarosa (“La Luna”) and produced by Andrea Warren, “Luca” is set to open in U.S. theaters June 18, 2021.

Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, the original animated feature is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held
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Pixar unveils details of next feature, Italy-set ‘Luca’

Pixar unveils details of next feature, Italy-set ‘Luca’
Disney sets June 18, 2021 release date.

Pixar Animation Studios announced on Thursday (July 30) that its next feature film release will be Luca, a coming-of-age story set on the Italian Riviera.

Enrico Casarosa (La Luna) is directing the story of a young boy who enjoys a summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides.

However Lucas has a secret – he is a sea monster from another world.

Andrea Warren is producing Luca, which Disney will release on June 18, 2021.

“This is a deeply personal story for me, not only because it’s set on the Italian Riviera where I grew up, but
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Pixar’s new original film Luca slated for Summer 2021

Pixar’s new original film Luca slated for Summer 2021
The newest Pixar movie, coming next summer, looks to take viewers on a beautiful Italian adventure with Luca, from Academy Award-nominee Enrico Casarosa (La Luna) and Cars 3 and Lava producer Andrea Warren. Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, Luca is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable […]

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‘Luca’: Pixar Reveals First Look & Details On A New Italy-Set Coming Of Age Movie

‘Luca’: Pixar Reveals First Look & Details On A New Italy-Set Coming Of Age Movie
What’s Pixar Animation Studios up to these days? Well, apart from waiting for the right available theatrical window to unveil their jazz movie“Soul,” currently due November 2020, but who knows if that sticks given the Covid-19 shifts, they have four more mystery films on the docket with various release dates between 2021 and 2023. But today, Pixar announced its next feature film release will be “Luca,” directed by Academy Award nominee Enrico Casarosa (“La Luna”) and produced by Andrea Warren, “Luca” is set to open in U.S.

Continue reading ‘Luca’: Pixar Reveals First Look & Details On A New Italy-Set Coming Of Age Movie at The Playlist.
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Pixar Unveils Italy-Set Coming Of Age Story ‘Luca’ From ‘La Luna’ Director & ‘Lava’ Producer

Pixar Unveils Italy-Set Coming Of Age Story ‘Luca’ From ‘La Luna’ Director & ‘Lava’ Producer
Pixar Animation Studios has dated its Italy-set coming of age story Luca for a U.S. bow on June 18, 2021. Pic marks the feature directing debut of Oscar nominee Enrico Casarosa (La Luna). Andrea Warren is producing.

Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, the original animated feature is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: he is a sea monster from another world just below the water’s surface.

Casarosa has worked for Pixar as a storyboard artist on the likes of Ratatouille and Up.

“This is a deeply personal story for me, not only because it’s set on the Italian Riviera where I grew up, but because at the core of
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Pixar Plans Italy-Set 'Luca' as Next Feature Film

Pixar Plans Italy-Set 'Luca' as Next Feature Film
Animation powerhouse Pixar has unveiled its next feature, Luca, to be directed by Enrico Casarosa (La Luna) and produced by Andrea Warren (Lava, Cars 3).

Walt Disney said Luca is set to open in U.S. theaters on June 18, 2021. Set on the Italian Riviera, the animated feature will be a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides.

Pixar added the titular Luca will share his adventures with a newfound best friend, a sea monster from another world just below the water's surface.

“This is a deeply personal ...
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Why Pixar Will Never Make a Movie as Bad as ‘Cars 2’ Ever Again

Why Pixar Will Never Make a Movie as Bad as ‘Cars 2’ Ever Again
Cars 2 is widely (and rightly) derided as the worst Pixar movie ever. It’s busy, frantic, nonsensical, and lacks heart. According to Rotten Tomatoes, it’s the worst-reviewed Pixar movie by a considerable margin – its rating of 39% is abysmal; the next-lowest Pixar movie’s rating, for Cars 3, is 70%. And while Cars 2 made slightly more money than stone cold Pixar classics like Wall•E, Brave and Monsters, Inc., those numbers are not adjusted for inflation. Cars 2, no matter how you look at it, is …
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Castle Cast: Where Are They Now?

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Castle Cast: Where Are They Now?
Castle was a huge fan favorite, but by the time the show reached season 8, it seemed no one was happy.

There were rumors of infighting behind the scenes, which led to fewer and fewer scenes filmed between the two leads.

Then Castle’s lead and supporting actresses (Stana Katic and Tamala Jones) were shockingly fired weeks before Castle Season 8 ended!

Fans were outraged, so much so that they began sending coffee sleeves to ABC with messages such as #SaveCaskett and #CancelCastle. Coffee was a symbol of love and affection between the two characters throughout the series.

The show’s fans wanted the series canceled rather than have it go on without their favorite couple.

What other show has had its diehard shippers root for its demise rather than see the series-long love story end and its main couple left to bleed out on the floor?

The fans got their wish.
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Disney Plus Mysteriously Blocking Kids From Watching Family-Friendly Movies

Disney Plus Mysteriously Blocking Kids From Watching Family-Friendly Movies
Disney Plus has been a hit huge since it launched late last year, but it’s come under fire from some quarters for its overzealous censorship. For instance, the bizarrely poor CGI covering Daryl Hannah’s behind in Splash or an actress’ barest hint of cleavage in an episode of The Wizards of Waverly Place. The latest peculiar example of this includes a bunch of family-friendly films being blocked on the streaming site’s Kids’ Profile.

If you have kids and Disney Plus, you’ll be familiar with the Kids’ Profile option, which allows you to set up a profile for your child within your account that filters out the unsuitable material and leaves all the suitable stuff. However, CinemaBlend has discovered that a number of titles which 99.9% of parents would agree they’d let their young ones watch are removed on the Kids’ Profile.

There may be more, but
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Blake Mills Became a Modern-Day Guitar Hero. That Wasn’t Enough

Blake Mills Became a Modern-Day Guitar Hero. That Wasn’t Enough
Blake Mills, the L.A. guitarist and singer-songwriter who’s worked with A-list artists from John Legend to Ed Sheeran, recently booked his latest high-profile gig. Amazon is putting together a new Reese Witherspoon–produced miniseries called Daisy Jones & the Six, based on the 2019 novel about the rise of a fictional L.A. Seventies rock group, and Mills was asked to bring that band to life.

“Create a band, conjure up their sound, what they’re writing about, and how they play,” is how Mills describes the job.

Most artists,
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Complete Pixar Movie Disney Plus UK Streaming Guide

Complete Pixar Movie Disney Plus UK Streaming Guide
When Disney+ launched in the Us last November, it was still shaking off the remnants of its former Netflix deal. Lingering ties to the streaming competitor meant that a few completist-irking gaps were left in the Us Disney+ Pixar catalogue. At launch, Coco, Up and Incredibles 2 weren’t available to American subscribers.

Not so for the UK. When Disney+ arrives on March 24th, it’s getting the full complement of Pixar. Films, shorts, you name it. That catalogue is fuller than Emile the Rat in a binful of tainted Camembert.

Don’t miss out on this Disney+ Pre-order Deal, on us!

So if you’re planning a Pixar marathon come the arrival of Disney+ (and really, is there a more wholesome lockdown activity than spotting every Pizza Planet truck, A113 or John Ratzenberger cameo in the animation studio’s back catalogue?), here’s what’s coming your way…

We
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Soul: Release Date and Trailer for Disney Pixar Movie

Soul: Release Date and Trailer for Disney Pixar Movie
Soul is the (contextually loaded) title of an intriguing new feature from Disney-Pixar. While the project had a long-held hush-hush status, the veil has finally been lifted with the first teaser trailer (seen just below), revealing a life-affirming metaphysical ordeal of a jaded jazz man (Jamie Foxx), who falls down a manhole and becomes a spirit, rediscovering his life priorities.

Pete Docter serves as director for Soul, bringing a breadth of Pixar experience as a writer and director for the aforementioned Monsters Inc. and Inside Out. Thus, the project is in ever-reliable hands with Docter, who’s also serving as a producer, joined in that capacity by Dana Murray, an Oscar-nominated producer for 2017 short Lou, who also worked behind-the-scenes for Disney and Pixar in various duties for Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, Inside Out, Cars 3 and Pixar’s Oscar-winning 2018 short, Bao. Docter directs off a script that he co-wrote with Kemp Powers and Mike Jones.
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Box Office: ‘The Hunt’ and ‘Bloodshot’ No Match for Pixar’s ‘Onward’

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Box Office: ‘The Hunt’ and ‘Bloodshot’ No Match for Pixar’s ‘Onward’
Three new movies will hit theaters on Friday, but likely none will be able to dethrone the reigning box office champ, “Onward.” Disney’s animated fantasy adventure debuted to $39 million last weekend, a lackluster result for a Pixar film, but enough to dominate the competition.

Unless one of this weekend’s newcomers — Universal’s “The Hunt,” Sony’s “Bloodshot” and Lionsgate’s “I Still Believe” — beats expectations, “Onward” should have no trouble leading the pack again. “Onward” could add another $15 million to $17 million in its sophomore outing, should it perform similarly to 2015’s “The Good Dinosaur” and 2017’s “Cars 3” — two Pixar movies that saw opening weekend ticket sales comparable to “Onward.” Meanwhile, each of the three offerings hitting multiplexes this weekend is projected to earn around $10 million.

So far, coronavirus doesn’t seem to be impacting the box office — at least in North America. But that could change if
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Box Office: ‘Onward’ Makes $2 Million on Thursday Night

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Box Office: ‘Onward’ Makes $2 Million on Thursday Night
Disney-Pixar’s fantasy film “Onward” launched with $2 million in North America on Thursday night in preview shows.

The number is in the same range as “The Secret Life of Pets 2,” which opened with $2.3 million in previews in June and went on to a $47 million launch weekend.

Onward” is expected to dominate domestic moviegoing this weekend and collect between $40 million and $45 million at 4,310 sites. The movie centers on a pair of teenage elf brothers — voiced by Chris Pratt and Tom Holland — on a quest to resurrect their dead father, who had arranged for them to receive a magic staff with a spell that will bring him back for only 24 hours so his sons can meet him.

Critical reception has been enthusiastic, earning the film an 86% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Octavia Spencer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lena Waithe and Ali Wong are also in the voice cast. “Monsters University” helmer Dan Scanlon
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An Updated Ranking Of Every Pixar Title So Far

An Updated Ranking Of Every Pixar Title So Far
Much like I’ve repeatedly said over the past few years, the pinnacle of modern animation can be found within the releases put out by Pixar (now a whopping 22 strong). Ever since they started up with A Bug’s Life, their films have been hotly anticipated, both by critics and audiences alike. Now, with Onward hitting theaters this weekend, they’ve continued an all but unparalleled run of excellence. Their lows haven’t been especially low, in particular when compared to the competition, while their highs have been a number of instant classics. Any list of the best animation of the last 50 years has got to include multiple efforts of theirs. That, if nothing else, succinctly sums up why this company does it better than anyone else right now. They are on a different level, plain and simple. It’s again worth remembering that what sets Pixar apart from everyone else
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Pixar’s ‘Onward’ to Lead Box Office, ‘The Way Back’ With Ben Affleck Eyes Rocky Start

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Pixar’s ‘Onward’ to Lead Box Office, ‘The Way Back’ With Ben Affleck Eyes Rocky Start
Disney and Pixar’s “Onward” is expected to dominate moviegoing in North America when it debuts this weekend. The family-friendly animated adventure should collect $40 million to $45 million from 4,200 theaters in the U.S. and Canada.

Onward,” anchored by voice performances from Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, isn’t the only new movie launching, but it will have no trouble leading box office charts. “The Way Back,” a sports drama starring Ben Affleck, is eyeing an opening weekend between $6 million to $10 million from 2,718 venues — a lackluster start given its A-list leading man. Unless the film, marketed as a big-screen comeback of sorts for Affleck, beats expectations, it looks to become another dud for Warner Bros. Many of the studio’s 2019 releases — “The Good Liar,” “Motherless Brooklyn” and “The Kitchen,” to name just a few — all stumbled out of the gate with disastrous single-digit opening weekends. “Joker” and “It: Chapter Two” were bright spots,
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The Paley Center for Media to Celebrate Kerry Washington

The Paley Center for Media to Celebrate Kerry Washington
The Paley Center for Media today announced that it will pay tribute to the extraordinary Kerry Washington with the special program Celebrating Kerry Washington: Conversation & Exclusive Preview Screening of Little Fires Everywhere.

The program will take place on Tuesday, March 17 at 7:30 pm.

“I’m truly honored to be returning to the Paley Center stage for this look back at my work,” said Kerry Washington. “And I’m thrilled to be previewing Little Fires Everywhere, as part of this extraordinary evening.”

“We’re thrilled to welcome back Kerry Washington to the Paley Center,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center President & CEO. “Ms. Washington is a tremendous talent and we look forward to celebrating her remarkable career and to hosting the exclusive New York premiere of Little Fires Everywhere.”

Kerry Washington is among the most respected and influential talents in television today. A New York native, this versatile talent has
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‘Onward': First Pixar Film of 2020 Projected for $45 Million Opening

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After a year unlike any seen in box office history, Disney is ready to get their 2020 slate underway with the first of two original Pixar films set to come out this year. “Onward,” a suburban fantasy starring Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, is predicted to conjure a $45 million opening weekend, according to industry soothsayers.

While Pixar briefly dipped back into new material with the Oscar-winning “Coco” in 2017, it has spent much of the past four years focusing on sequels to its iconic early titles like “Finding Dory,” “Cars 3,” “Incredibles 2,” and “Toy Story 4.” While all well-received, those films have created a thirst for something new from hardcore Pixar fans that new studio creative head Pete Docter is trying to satisfy.

But as one can see from this first round of tracking, that means lower box office expectations. While “Dory”, “Incredibles 2” and “TS4” all scored summer openings of over $100 million,
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Armie Hammer's 10 Best Movies (According To Rotten Tomatoes)

Way back at the beginning of 2019, the Internet reacted to the rumors of Armie Hammer being cast as the new Batman. While that may have been an exciting notion at the time, Armie Hammer doesn't seem like a candidate for the role now. Nevertheless, the actor has many interesting projects in his filmography.

Related: Chris Hemsworth's 10 Best Movies (According To IMDb)

From playing a gay lover in the critically-acclaimed Call Me by Your Name to voicing a sports car in Pixar's Cars 3, Armie Hammer showed both audiences and critics that he can play completely different characters. Without further ado, here are Armie Hammer's 10 Best Movies (According To Rotten Tomatoes).
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