PIXAR has released a for the studios’ upcoming summer film, giving fans a better look at the film’s central character and the storyline behind the film.
Lightyear will hit in June, making it the first to have a theatrical release since Onward. 5, it is not, as the film that serves as the “ ” of the man behind the action figure in the franchise definitively stands on its own.
Marvel’s as Buzz and other members of (Captain America) lends his voice to the titular Ranger have been marooned on an alien planet. To make matters worse, the team is missing one key element: hyperspace fuel, meaning they’re going nowhere fast.
But Buzz isn’t going down like that, so he and his team at work to recreate the fuel. The result is a go-no-go and instead sends traveling through time: 62 years into the future.
Per ScreenRant, Buzz never ages along his time-traveling journey, but he watches as friends and family around him age and grow older.
“Buzz races against time in the hopes of getting everyone back to Earth with the help of his robot emotional animal companion Sox. He will find his efforts further complicated when he is introduced to a group of inexperienced rookies, led by his best friend’s granddaughter Izzy, who are trying to take down the evil .”
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As has always been the storyline with looks massively larger in the Lightyear film than in any other film in the line-up., the lead Ranger and his team are charged with saving from the threat of the Evil , who, by the way,
Lightyear is the work of , who makes his solo feature directorial debut in the film. franchise PIXAR veteran co-wrote the script for Lightyear with Onward co-writer Jason Headley.
Only time will tell if the Ranger is able to get back to his own time and recreate the hyperspace fuel in time to save himself and his team from .
Lightyear hits June 17. And that’s a promise.