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messaggio 15/7/2017, 2:29
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Da The Hollywood Reporter

Disney Unveils 'Cars'/'Planes' Spin-off That Will Go to Space

Disney is heading to space.

After an emotional ceremony honoring this year's Disney Legends, D23 continued in earnest Friday for the company's animation panel — where it announced the next chapter in its Cars universe.

John Lasseter came on stage, using a merch gun to whip the crowd into a frenzy, and he showed off footage from a new Disneytoon project he dubbed "the speed test."

The footage was something akin to Top Gun on steroids, with planes that go all the way into space. The planes had faces akin to those seen in the two installments of Cars spin-off Planes that hail from the Disney division, although Lasseter made no direct mention of that franchise.

After showing two planes zooming through a desert landscape, a third plane rockets down from above, showing that no matter how fast that duo was flying, it was no match for this plane.

And as that plane hurled through the stratosphere, a title card comes up reading, "SPACE." But that proved not to be the title of the film, as other words came up around it, saying that the "this SPACE will be filled with a title in the future."

The film also will be released theatrically with Lasseter revealing a debut of April 12, 2019.


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messaggio 15/7/2017, 9:20
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Da BadTaste.it

D23 Expo: Annunciato un nuovo film DisneyToon dedicato all’aviazione!

No, DisneyToons Studios non sta per chiudere, anzi.
Il direttore creativo dei Walt Disney Animation Studios e della Pixar John Lasseter ha aperto il panel della D23 Expo dedicato all’animazione parlando proprio di un nuovo progetto dello studio che in tempi recenti ha realizzato i due film di Planes e le pellicole direct-to-video dedicate a Trilli. “I nostri filmmaker stanno lavorando sodo per reinventare questo studio,” ha esordito Lasseter, “e stanno sviluppando un nuovo film incentrato sull’aviazione e sul suo futuro”.

Il film non ha ancora un titolo (a un certo punto sullo schermo è comparsa la scritta “SPAZIO”, modificata poi in “SPAZIO DA RIEMPIRE CON UN TITOLO”) e uscirà il 12 aprile 2019 nei cinema nordamericani.

Nessun dettaglio sulla storia, sappiamo solo che il film sarà ambientato nello stesso universo di Planes e Cars. Nel video mostrato in anteprima agli ottomila fan presenti in sala, intitolato The Speed Test, una cosa è saltata subito all’occhio: il grande fotorealismo, molto superiore a quello dei due film di Planes. Nel teaser vediamo un ambiente desertico all’alba nel quale due aerei supersonici provano a rincorrersi ad alta velocità. Nella stratosfera, intanto, un drone ancora più rapido plana verso terra, puntanto ai due aerei e sfrecciando in mezzo a loro. Tutti i velivoli nanno gli occhi sui finestrini, proprio come i personaggi di Cars e Planes.

Alla regia Klay Hall e Bobs Gannaway, mentre Ferrell Barron sarà produttore.


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Il progetto è stato cancellato insieme con la chiusura dei Disneytoon Studios.

Da Inside the Magic

Disney closes Disneytoon Studios, animation studio behind “Planes” and direct-to-video Disney sequels

Posted on June 29, 2018 by Cristina Sanza

Disneytoon Studios, Disney‘s animation studio that created direct-to-video movies and the occasional theatrical release, is now closed.

Located in Glendale, California, and originally known as Disney MovieToons, Disneytoon Studios produced 47 films since it was founded in 1990. The studio started with the theatrical release “DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp” before moving to direct-to-video sequels of Disney movies, beginning with “The Return of Jafar” in 1994. Most recently, the studio was known for “Planes,” a spinoff of the “Cars” franchise, and the Disney Fairies series focusing on Tinker Bell.

Since 2008, Meredith Roberts served as senior vice president and general manager of Disneytoon Studios, which was under the umbrella of Walt Disney Animation Studios, led by Edwin Catmull and John Lasseter. Though it was recently announced that Peter Docter and Jennifer Lee are succeeding Lasseter as chief creative officers at Disney and Pixar, the closure of Disneytoon Studios is reportedly unrelated.

According to IndieWire, 75 animators and staff will be laid off from Disneytoon and it’s unclear if they will be moved to new roles at Disney or Pixar. “After much consideration, we have made the decision to end production activity and close Disneytoon Studios,” said a Disney spokesperson.

As a result of the closure, an untitled movie from Klay Hall (“Planes”) and Bobs Gannaway (“Planes: Fire & Rescue”) is no longer in development. It was previously scheduled for theatrical release in March 2019.




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