Now it’s time for the fans to wait for around a year for “Cars 3.” The success of the original movie “Cars” in 2006 followed by its first sequel “Cars 2” in 2011 was tremendous that enthused the creator John Lasseter to give a thought for another installment.
It’s usual for the Pixar and Disney to hope for another big success from “Cars 3” even more than the previous installments and the fans expect the CGI animated series to be more advanced with a fantastic storyline. According to
Venture Capital Post reported that Bob Iger, the Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, announced the pre-production on “Cars 3” is going on. He had released his statement during a meeting in Poland in 2014 that also included some more details about other Disney films to be released in future.
The website also informed that before the CEO talked about “Cars 3,” voice actor Michael Wallis confirmed the third installment of the CGI animated movie franchise. Even Route 66 News long back published that it’s one writer had a tour with the artist to Alton. There Wallis, instead of hinting, directly confirmed that the third installment would be made, despite the lack of direct confirmation from the studio.
Release dates for altogether 19 movies have been revealed by Disney that are targeted to be released by 2020. The list of the films also includes Pixar’s “Cars 3” and “The Incredibles 2” that are so far scheduled to hit the big screens by 2017 and 2019 respectively, Youth Health Magazine reports.
Initially, it was declared that the third sequel of “Cars” franchise would be released in 2018. Later, it was moved a year earlier to make the ways for other Disney films that were lined up.
“Cars” revolves around the adventures of Lightning McQueen, a race car who got into Radiator Springs while heading to his own race,” VCP reported.
“Cars 3” is slated to be in the global cinemas on June 16, 2017.
Photo Source: Facebook/Cars 3