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Cars is a 2006 American computer-animated comedy-adventure film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Directed and co-written by John Lasseter, it is Pixar's final independently-produced motion picture before its purchase by Disney in May 2006. Set in a world populated entirely by anthropomorphic cars and other vehicles, the film stars the voices of Owen Wilson, Paul Newman (in his final acting role), Bonnie Hunt, Larry the Cable Guy, Tony Shalhoub, Cheech Marin, Michael Wallis, George Carlin, Paul Dooley, Jenifer Lewis, Guido Quaroni, Michael Keaton, Katherine Helmond and John Ratzenberger. Race car drivers Dale Earnhardt, Jr, Mario Andretti, Michael Schumacher and car enthusiast Jay Leno (as "Jay Limo") voice themselves. Cars premiered on May 26, 2006 at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina, and was theatrically released on June 9, 2006 to mostly positive reviews from critics. It was nominated for two Academy Awards including Best Animated Feature, and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film. The film was released on DVD on November 7, 2006 and on Blu-ray in 2007. The film was accompanied by the short One Man Band for its theatrical and home media releases. Merchandise based on the film (including scale models of several of the cars) broke records for retail sales of merchandise based filon a Disney Pixar film, bringing an estimated $10 billion for 5 years after the film's release. The film was dedicated to Joe Ranft, who was killed in a car accident during the film's production.
10 Differences Between Disney And Pixar Movies You Never Noticed! Subscribe to our channel: What's different about the Disney's Princesses and the women of Pixar? 10 Differences Between Disney And Pixar Movies You Never Noticed! Subscribe to our channel: Check Out These Other Amazing Videos: 10 Times Disney Ripped Off Other Films 10 Upcoming DC Movies That Could Push Them Ahead Of Marvel Disney and Pixar are both cornerstones in the world of animation, putting out some of the best and most iconic films in the animated medium. Having worked together since the 1990’s, it makes sense that the animation powerhouses would share more than a few similarities, but since Disney acquired Pixar in 2006 it’s gotten harder to tell the difference between the two. It used to be the case that you could tell Disney and Pixar apart just by looking, but this isn’t always the case now. As it stands though, there are still a few ways to tell the two apart, and that’s what we’re taking a look at today. When Disney solely used hand-drawn animation, there was no problem. But Disney now favour digital, and the style isn’t so different from Pixar that it can always be told apart at first glance. Disney have broke tradition to produce films like Zootopia, and Pixar went into it to produce Brave. In both cases, it’s been common for people to think they were done by the opposite animation house. We take a look at how Disney are known for their catchy karaoke worthy musical numbers. And how the art in both shares some similarities, but how both production companies have their own unique twists on their styles. Pixar also has a better grounding in reality than Disney, which shows through in their worlds, their creation of character, and their story telling, whilst Disney favours fairy tales and old stories. The differences can be broken down into once upon a time, or what if? Script by: Alisha Ward Voice Over by: Joseph Delaney Edited by: Martin B. @HandCraftedCine Featuring: "Once Upon A Time" Or "Wouldn't It Be Cool If? " 0: 55 The Art Is Different 2: 00 Pixar Builds Bigger Worlds 3: 10 Pixar Is More Grounded In Reality 4: 18 Disney Uses Villains 6: 34 Robert De Niro is BIG 4: 43 Pixar's Characters Are More Relatable 7: 46 Disney Doesn't Really Make Sequels Anymore 9: 01 Leave The Singing To Disney 10: 10 Comedy 11: 16 Our Social Media: Our Website.