Fan-favorite characters from “Toy Story,” “Soul,” “The Incredibles,” and different Pixar movies will seem within the upcoming Disney+ collection.
A slew of latest animated shorts that includes iconic Pixar characters are slated to debut January 22 on Disney+.
Disney introduced on Tuesday that the shorts, collectively titled “Pixar Popcorn,” would characteristic characters from acclaimed movies starting from “Toy Story” and “Soul,” to “The Incredibles” and “Vehicles.” The corporate additionally introduced the names for the shorts on Tuesday:
“Dancing with the Vehicles, “Unparalleled Parking, “Soul of the Metropolis, “Cookie Num Num,” “Chore Day: The Incredibles Method,” “Dory Discovering, “A Day within the Lifetime of the Lifeless,” “To Health and Past,” and “Fluffy Stuff with Ducky & Bunny”
“Pixar Popcorn” will mark Disney+’s first unique animation launch of the 12 months. Animation has been a key part for Disney’s streaming service, which launched in November 2019 with the well-received “Forky Asks a Query” animated collection. Disney+ has premiered a handful of animated titles since then, together with “Quick Circuit,” “SparkShorts,” and the seventh and last season of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
On the movie aspect, Disney+ has premiered animated titles reminiscent of “The LEGO Star Wars Vacation Particular,” which obtained a positive review from IndieWire’s Christian Blauvelt, and “Lamp Life,” an animated brief movie that includes “Toy Story” characters. Disney+ can also be the streaming house for all of Pixar’s and Disney’s animated movies.
“Pixar Popcorn” will premiere round one month after “Soul,” the acclaimed animated movie that was directed by Pixar chief artistic officer Pete Docter, premiered on the streaming service. The collection was introduced throughout Disney Investor Day 2020 in December alongside a slew of Pixar venture bulletins.
A slew of animated movies and collection are slated to premiere on Disney+ within the coming months. “Monsters at Work,” an animated collection primarily based on Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc” movies, is predicted to premiere on the streaming service in early 2021, whereas Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Raya and the Final Dragon” will concurrently premiere March 5 in theaters and on Disney+. “What If…?,” an animated Marvel Cinematic Universe alt-history anthology collection, is predicted to debut in mid-2021, as is “Star Wars: The Unhealthy Batch,” a brand new clone trooper-focused collection from Dave Filoni (“The Mandalorian”).
Try the trailer for “Pixar Popcorn” beneath: