Lightyear Release Date Announced! Check Out Here
Toy space ranger Buzz Lightyear was inspired by a real astronaut named Buzz Lightyear. The new movie Lightyear will tell the story of the astronaut’s life.
Lightyear director Angus MacLane’s idea to tell the story of Buzz Lightyear’s beginnings would give him a way to write about sci-fi. Andy saw what movie when we made Toy Story. “Was there a film in this universe that made Buzz Lightyear?” MacLane asked, talking about a sci-fi movie that made Buzz Lightyear.
It helped us out a lot when the Lightyear trailer came out recently. It told us what to expect from the space ranger’s origin story.
The Release Date of Lightyear
The film is scheduled for release on June 17th, 2022, in the United States. There are no plans for a simultaneous streaming release like there have been for other recent Pixar films like Soul and Luca.
This might all change if the pandemic situation worsens, in which case Disney and Pixar will have to rethink their release schedule. Following its premiere in the theatres, we expect the film to be available on Disney+.
The Cast of Lightyear
Since the original Toy Story film in 1995, fans have recognized Tim Allen’s voice as the legendary space ranger. There will be no Allen in this film, however. Chris Evans will take over the role of Buzz Lightyear in its place. In a tweet in October 2021, Evans expressed his excitement over the part, stating, ‘I’m very excited!’
“My childhood was filled with animated films. The only thing that kept me sane was the adventures I’ve had. Dreams are a part of my life. They were my introduction to the art of narrative and performance.
- Keke Palmer (Izzy Hawthorne)
- Uzo Aduba (Alicia Hawthorne)
- Efren Ramirez (Diaz)
- Dale Soules (Steel)
- Isiah Whitlock, Jr. (Burnside)
- Taika Waititi (Morrison)
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The Storyline Of Lightyear
As the story progresses, we’ll learn more about the real-life astronaut who served as a model for the in-universe space ranger who bears his name. The trailer gives us a taste of what we might expect from the enduring Buzz Lightyear character.
As fans of the Toy Story films will recall, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the Star Command crew will be stuck in an alien world. The trailer shows Buzz and his new robotic cat sidekick Sox fighting combat against Emperor Zurg, Buzz’s long-standing archenemy.
We’ll have to wait and see what Disney and Pixar reveal about the film’s plot, which is expected to increase demand when it’s released.
Trailer Of Lightyear
Here is the trailer of Lightyear Below: