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Lightyear Trailer Reveals Redesigned Zurg In Chris Evans’ Pixar Movie

Disney divulges another Lightyear trailer uncovering an overhauled Zurg in the Chris Evans-drove Pixar film spin-off of the Toy Story franchise.

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  • Lightyear (2022) Release Date: Jun 17, 2022

Disney unveils a new Lightyear trailer revealing a redesigned Zurg in the Chris Evans-led Pixar movie spin-off of the Toy Story franchise. The new film serves as the definitive origin story of the hero Buzz Lightyear, who would go on to inspire the action figure of the same name voiced by Tim Allen in the original Toy Story films. The story will see the young test pilot tasked with an intergalactic adventure by the Star Command in an effort to escape from an alien planet.

Chris Evans leads the cast of Lightyear in the titular role alongside Keke Palmer, Dale Soules, Taika Waititi, Peter Sohn, Uzo Aduba, James Brolin, Mary McDonald-Lewis, Efren Ramirez and Isiah Whitlock Jr. Though development on the spin-off began shortly after Finding Dory, the film wouldn’t properly be announced until the 2020 December Investor Day, where Evans’ casting was also announced.

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After five years of development and production, Lightyear is gearing up to soar into theaters this summer.

The new Lightyear trailer likewise offers some encouraging understanding into the nominal person’s advancement from a youthful test pilot into the hero that would motivate the fan-most loved action figures. Furthermore, the video gives viewers a superior look into the voice work Evans gives as Buzz, which might feel exceptionally suggestive to Marvel Cinematic Universe fans to the inconspicuous humor of the entertainer’s work as Steve Rogers/Captain America. The truth will surface eventually the way in which crowds react to the Toy Story beginning side project film when Lightyear hits theaters on June 17.

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Amanda Yeo is The Rant Mag's reporter, covering entertainment, culture, tech, science, and social good. She previously worked in refugee law to assist people seeking asylum in Australia, and holds degrees in both Communication and Laws. After making the switch to journalism, her articles have appeared in numerous publications such as Kotaku, Fandom, and Empire Magazine.

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