Pixar short ‘Carl’s Date’ will debut on the streaming platform alongside the ‘Elemental’ titles on September 13.
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Th computer graphics conference and trade show takes place August 6-10 in Los Angeles.
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“Some early versions of that were almost superhero movies essentially with fire powers and water powers to stop a villain,” said Sohn, “but you didn’t feel anything. So we were just searching for that connection with the elements.”
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Historian Vincent Alexander has put together a collection of fire and water animation that spans more than 90 years.
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‘Elemental’ will then hit theaters on June 16, with ‘Ruby heading to cinemas on June 30.
‘Elemental’ will be Pixar’s first original feature to get a theatrical run since ‘Onward’ was pulled from cinemas during the pandemic.
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‘Elemental,’ based loosely on Sohn’s childhood growing up in the Bronx, will release in theaters in June of next year.
Rivera is overseeing upcoming features ‘Elemental,’ ‘Inside Out 2,’ and ‘Elio,’ and Pixar’s first original longform series ‘Win or Lose.’
In addition to new details about previously announced titles, three new Disney and Pixar features were announced.
Says Sohn, “We were among many families who ventured to a new land with hopes and dreams — all of us mixing into one big salad bowl of cultures, languages, and beautiful little neighborhoods.”