Disney-Pixar's “Soul,” “Turning Red” and “Luca” debut in U.S. theaters

Disney-Pixar's “Soul,” “Turning Red” and “Luca” debut in U.S. theaters

Three Disney and Pixar feature films of 2020 Anima2021 Luca e 2022 Turning red-will be coming to the big screen nationwide for the first time in 2024! Tickets go on sale January 2, 2024 for special engagement movie screenings, which invite viewers to experience three Pixar films the way they were meant to be seen ahead of the studio's June 2024 theatrical release. Inside out 2.

Audiences will see a Pixar animated short before each of the feature films:

- Anima which will be released in theaters on January 12, will be accompanied by the SparkShort Tana
- Turning red opening February 9th, with SparkShort Kitbull
- Luca out March 22, featuring the classic Pixar short For the birds

Check out the new cinematic engagement trailer and find more information on the features and shorts below.

Anima (12 January 2024)

What makes you… YOU? Pixar Animation Studios' Anima it will retain its magic and deliver a splendid cinematic experience.

In the Pixar short film Tana, a young bunny embarks on a journey to dig the burrow of her dreams, despite having no idea what she's doing. Directed by Madeline Sharafian and produced by Mike Capbarat, Tana is part of Pixar Animation Studios' SparkShorts program.

Turning red (February 9, 2024)

Disney and Pixar Turning red features a thirteen-year-old torn between remaining her mother's dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. The Pixar short film Kitbull, directed by Rosana Sullivan and produced by Kathryn Hendrickson, tells the story of the unlikely connection that forms between two creatures: a fiercely independent stray kitten and a pit bull.

Luca (March 22 2024)

The original Disney and Pixar film Luca is the coming-of-age story of a boy who experiences an unforgettable summer filled with ice cream, pasta and endless scooter rides.

In the Oscar-winning short film from Pixar Animation Studios For the birds small birds tease a large bird trying to join them on a telephone wire.

Source: https://www.animationmagazine.net

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