Disney's ‘Planes’ Trailer

DisneyToon Studios' animated spin-off of Pixar's ‘Cars’ will go straight to Blu-ray and DVD in the Spring of 2013.
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Disney's ‘Planes’ Trailer

DisneyToon Studios has released the first teaser trailer for is upcoming animated Cars spin-off Planes. We reported back in February that this new adventure will go straight to Blu-ray and DVD in the spring of 2013. Click on the video player below for your first glimpse at this new tale, which is a spin-off of the Cars franchise.

Trailer was removed by the request of the studio.

Planes takes off with an international cast of the fastest air racers around, in a comedy packed with action and adventure starring Dusty, a small town dreamer who longs to enter the most epic around-the-world air race ... despite his fear of heights. With the help and support of a fleet of new and hilarious characters, Dusty wings his way into the biggest challenge of his life.

Disney's Planes was released August 9th, 2013.

Sources: Pixar

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  • diaigma • 4 years ago

    @brady1138 - they relied on distribution and marketing. Not one Disney cent went into the actual production of the features. Jobs didn't pull out either. He considered it, but he kept at it when Disney offered to distribute Toy Story 1. It did very well and Jobs kept his company until Disney bought it, after a decade-long power struggle (Disney demanding more than their fair share).

    Let's not misconstrue history, eh? ;)

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    • brady1138 • 4 years ago

      @diaigma Yes, then-fledgling. Jobs was pulling out of Pixar by the time Toy Story finished, so Pixar had to rely on Disney financing from then on.

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      • diaigma • 4 years ago

        @brady1138 - the "then-fledgling" company? Steve Jobs fueled the studio out of obscurity and has done fine since Toy Story 1. Disney saw the potential and jumped on the distribution rights. There's very little influence Disney could have with that, until 2006 with a multi-billion deal. Lasseter (sell-out) is the creative head, but not the financial head, which is where all the final decisions are made.

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        • brady1138 • 4 years ago

          @diaigma Ah, but Disney has always sort of owned Pixar, anyway. Maybe not officially, but Disney has always pulled financial strings in attempt to manipulate the then-fledgling company. But now, John Lasseter (who helped start Pixar) is now the creative head of Disney, so each really owns parts of each other.

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          • Rohan-Chaudhari • 4 years ago

            Superb job bro.... just cant wait to watch.

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            • absolute • 4 years ago

              looks cute

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              • destroger • 4 years ago

                2013??????? what !!!

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                • diaigma • 4 years ago

                  @brady1138 - Pixar never pulled stuff like this, but Disney owns them now, with plenty of strings to hold them down, make them fret, and make them frown :P

                  @moviegeek - you noticed that too, eh? Good man ;)

                  Don't forget "Boats/Trains" Mr. Lasseter, if you happen to run out of ideas. Give Thomas the Tank Engine a run for its money! :P

                  @daveactor7 - browse the Net. The backlash for this and Cars 2 is unheard of : /

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                  • TheMightyThor • 4 years ago

                    meh

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                    • darksektor1971 • 4 years ago

                      it's just me or that was the voice of steve carrell??...hahahaha...

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                      • nautical05 • 4 years ago

                        ....no

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                        • mr-jellyfish • 4 years ago

                          I'm sure kids will love it, although I do slightly wish Pixar would stick to making original films. Toy Story made a great series, but Cars? I understand the merchandise potential is huge, but come on Pixar! Bring on Brave.

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                          • ghostman • 4 years ago

                            it looks alright..smart move for releasing it straight to video since Pixar prolly knows it wouldv'e been a box-office failrure

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                            • moviegeek • 4 years ago

                              Surprising that they have footage two years before it's release..

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                              • brady1138 • 4 years ago

                                I thought Disney and Pixar had sort of gotten past crap like this.

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                                • 2movieguys • 4 years ago

                                  Not feeling it!

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                                  • jimthar • 4 years ago

                                    disney did the same thing with the buzz lightyear sequel about 11 years ago.

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                                    • jptheredskull • 4 years ago

                                      @dan1 I won't give Pixar fanboyism but I will say that this is a Jay Jay the Jetplane ripoff. Nuff Said.

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                                      • SpaceCowboy • 4 years ago

                                        Pass.

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                                        • rufio • 4 years ago

                                          i think it was a good teaser. not sure if the movie will be good, but liked that trailer. thought the Top Gun intro feel of it was funny. my kids will like it.

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