Pixar’s Elemental reveals the first trailer

Disney and Pixar Animation Studios are gearing up to release their next big movie with the upcoming movie racist, And it looks like she’s going to find another hit for the studios. racist It follows the characters who live in the Element City, a melting pot city where the elements Water, Fire, Air, and Earth come together. From everything we’ve seen in the trailers for racistAnd Pixar and director Peter Sohn have outdone themselves this time around. Now, the studios have given us a new look at racist through a new section. In the new clip, we see Ember change colors as she touches different metals and creates music.

You can check out the clip below.

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According to Disney and Pixar, racist is a brand new original feature film that transports moviegoers to an extraordinary place called Element City, where a host of Elementals live and work. The trailer showcases each element — air, earth, water, and fire — and what defines them according to Ember, a quick-witted and fiery woman who has always remained close to home in Firetown. In “Elemental,” which opens in theaters June 16, she’s finally starting to step out of her comfort zone to explore this amazing world born from the imagination of the Pixar filmmakers and built specifically for the big screen experience. Element City is inspired by megacities around the world and embraces theoretical contributions from every elemental community – from giant pine tree-like buildings and skyscrapers to a hurricane-shaped arena called Cyclone Stadium.

In addition to Athy and Louis, the film also stars Ronnie Del Carmen as Ember’s soon-to-be-retired father Bernie; Sheila Omi as Ember’s love-seeking mother, Cinder; Wendi McLendon-Covey as Wade’s windy and volleyball-loving boss, Gale; Catherine O’Hara as Wade’s welcome mother, Brooke; Mason Wertheimer as Ember’s admiring land neighbor, Clod; and Joe Berra as an overgrown city bureaucrat, Vern. The film is directed by Sohn, produced by Denise Ream and executive produced by Pete Doctor. The film features a screenplay by John Hubert, Kat Leckel, and Brenda Hsueh, with a story by Sohn, Hubert, Lickle, and Sueh. The film also contains an original score by Thomas Newman. brand new short, Carl’s historywill appear in front of racist in theatres.

racist Opens in theaters June 16!

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