Posters unveiled: Disney Alice Through The Looking Glass
Published: August 15, 2015
Posters unveiled: Disney Alice Through The Looking Glass, Disney provided sneak peeks at upcoming films “Toy Story 4,” “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” “The Good Dinosaur,” “Coco” and more at its D23 Expo 2015 on Friday.
“This year marks the 20th anniversary of our original film, ‘Toy Story,’” John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, said at the Anaheim Convention Center in California.
Lasseter then introduced the director of “Toy Story 4” — namely himself — and announced that the next installment in the “Toy Story” franchise, due June 2017, will be a love story between Sheriff Woody and Bo Peep.
“I’m very proud of our films,” Lasseter said. “When we made the first three ‘Toy Story’ films, we didn’t realize what we had done was to change the genre of each of the films’ story. For ‘Toy Story 4,’ we are doing a type of story we have not done before: a love story.”
“This is honestly a dream come true,” gushed Rashida Jones, co-writer of the new film with Will McCormack.
Two-time Oscar-winning songwriter and longtime Pixar collaborator Randy Newman took the stage to perform his award winning song from the “Toy Story” soundtrack “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.” Newman’s Pixar credits also include “A Bug’s Life,” “Toy Story 2,” “Monsters, Inc.” and “Cars.”
“Toy Story 4” co-director Josh Cooley (“Cars 2,” “Ratatouille”) and producer Galyn Susman (“Toy Story OF TERROR!”) also joined the “Toy Story 4” presentation.
“Toy Story 3” producer Darla K. Anderson and “Monsters University” executive producer Lee Unkrich announced Disney-Pixar will bring to the screen “Coco,” an animated film about the Mexican Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) holiday.
In the film, a spirited 12-year-old boy in rural Mexico, Miguel, sets off a chain of events that forever changes his fate on the eve of Día de los Muertos.
“I started to see the potential for telling a fun yet powerfully emotional story in this film,” said Unkrich, who directs the film. “We are really exited about what we’ve come up with.”
He also noted that filmmakers took several trips to Mexico to see how the holiday was celebrated.
“As artists and filmmakers, we couldn’t help but be drawn to the striking visuals of Día de los Muertos,” said Unkrich and Anderson. “But it was the celebration’s core themes of family, remembrance and connection across generations that resonated within and truly inspired us. Dia de los Muertos is as singular as the Mexican culture, while at the same time completely universal in its message.
“In our story, the celebration of Día de los Muertos serves as the perfect backdrop for our main character to ask where he comes from, what his place is within his family, and how families stay woven together across time through the simple act of remembrance,” the filmmakers said.
Earlier in the day, Walt Disney Studios published teaser posters from “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” due on May 27, 2016.
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