We’re only ten days from the release of Disney-Pixar’s next film, “Lightyear,” and there are a slew of trailers and more being released to amp up the excitement for Pixar’s return to theaters.
Tickets for the film go on sale today, as the stars of the film are here to tell us:
First up is a new trailer for the film, which was shown at Sunday’s MTV Movie & TV Awards.
A few new scenes are shown, like Mo pulling his emergency cord, but nothing that gives away the plot, so it’s safe to watch if you’re avoiding spoilers.
Then there is another short trailer that briefly explains the difference between the Buzz toy we know and the Buzz in this film.
Other than a good look at Zurg, there’s nothing spoilerish here either.
“For 25 years, you’ve known the toy…
…on June 17 discover Buzz Lightyear’s story”
Don’t forget to watch the “Lightyear” featurettes released last week, too.
The creatives behind the film also talk about the difference between the two in this TikTok trailer:
“Lightyear” Dolby Poster
In conjunction with tickets to see “Lightyear” in Dolby theaters going on sale, the Dolby company has released a special poster for the film that shows the face of a very determined Buzz Lightyear:
To find out if there’s a Dolby Theater near you, visit dolbylabs.co/Lightyear.
“Lightyear” IMAX Poster
IMAX theaters are hosting an early screening of the film on Wednesday, June 15, and you can find tickets for “The Andy Experience” early access screenings at imax.com/movies/lightyear.
There’s also an exclusive poster release:
“Lightyear” Real D 3D Poster
Meanwhile the Real D 3D Theaters have gone to the dark side with this exclusive poster featuring the evil emperor Zurg:
Disney*Pixar’s “Lightyear” is directed by Angus MacLane, and will be arriving in U.S. theaters on June 17, 2022.
Actor Chris Evans voices the Space Ranger who inspired the toys in this all new adventure.
The film also features the voices of Uzo Aduba as his commander and best friend Alisha Hawthorne, and Peter Sohn as Sox.
Keke Palmer, Taika Waititi and Dale Soules lend their voices to the Junior Zap Patrol’s Izzy Hawthorne, Mo Morrison and Darby Steel, respectively.
James Brolin voices the evil Zurg.
Be sure to keep up-to-date on all of our “Lightyear” coverage before going to see the film.
World Premiere Livestream
Plus, if you’re not busy Wednesday, June 8, you can watch the Red Carpet World Premiere for “Lightyear” live from Los Angeles over on Pixar’s TikTok page @Pixar, at 5:30pm PT/8:30pm ET.