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Pixar’s Luca teaser trailer out!

February 26th, 2021 | by vBollywood Author
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Pixar’s Luca teaser trailer gives Jacob Tremblay visit Italian summer with sea monsters. Tremblay voices the titular Luca, and director Enrico Casarosa preview their dream Italian summer with this animated movie.

Months after Soul premiered on Disney+, Pixar is now previewing Luca their next studio project.

The teaser trailer for the animated adventure, helmed by first-time feature film director Enrico Casarosa, takes us to a sun-soaked seaside town on the Italian Riviera where two best friends, Luca Paguro and Alberto Scorfano meet and enjoy their lives. They walk around the cobblestone streets, sipping delicious gelato, hopping across moonlit rooftops, and rushing down grassy hills on mopeds. “There’s just one thing,” Luca, voiced by the newly announced Jacob Tremblay, tells his audience.

Both the boys including We Are Who We Are star Jack Dylan Grazer as the voice of Alberto are actually sea creatures from the ocean’s depths who take on human forms when they walk on land. It is a fish-out-of-water story.

Casarosa, an Italian filmmaker who grew up in Genoa, previously wrote and directed the Pixar short La Luna, which played in front of 2012’s Brave. He was a part of projects as a storyboard artist on Ratatouille, Up, Coco, and the Pixar short Piper. Luca, he says, is a “deeply personal story” for him.

“At the heart of it, it’s a story about friendship,” he tells EW. “So, I really was inspired thinking back about my best friend. I met him when I was 11. I was very shy and timid. My family sheltered me. I met this kid, who was very free. His family situation was a little bit messy, and he could do whatever he wanted. He was a bit of a troublemaker. So, he opened up my world, got me to get out of my comfort zone. I thought many people have friends like that [who] challenge you and make you find yourself. I thought there’s something so wonderful about how much they become architects of ourselves, how we find our identity.”

Alberto seems inspired by Casarosa’s childhood comrade. He’s a bit of a troublemaker himself. Casarosa also mentions “there’s very good reasons for his family to not want him to get in trouble,” an echo of how he describes the boy he once knew as a kid. Alberto becomes the one who drags Luca to the surface world. “We love that Alberto and Luca have this common passion of strange human things,” Casarosa says. “Alberto also has a bit of a weird sense of what these things are. He’s looking from afar, so he misunderstands a lot of things. He plays the expert, but he gets a lot of things wrong. That always gave us a lot of fun comedy.”

Luca is currently set to feature in theaters on June 18. Soul skipped theaters entirely and went straight to Disney+ in December.

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