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Pixar's 'Luca' sea monsters inspired by ancient maps, sea iguanas: How the look came together

"Luca" director Enrico Casarosa talks about how the Pixar team came up with the slightly fearsome, entirely splendid sea monsters at the story's core.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Pixar, Usa Today, Luca, Enrico Casarosa


Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Tops Quiet Weekend Box Office

The title to this piece has been used so many times over the last year, but there’s really no other way to describe the box office in its current state. After the one-two punch of A Quiet Place Part II and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, moviegoing has slowed to a crawl, despite theaters around the world mostly returning to normal. MORE: Sony & Marvel Collaborate on Spider-Man so It’s a ‘Win-Win for Everybody’ Case in point: Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, the follow-up to the 2017 surprise ...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, Mexico, Disney, Sony, Box Office, Morgan Freeman, Pixar, Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, NL, Luca, Peter Rabbit, Bodyguard, Cruella, UK Brazil


Jack Dylan Grazer Opens Up About The Relationship At The Heart Of Pixar's Luca

The actor behind Alberto shares his thoughts on the response to the movie's main characters.
Tags: Religion, Pixar, Luca, Alberto, Jack Dylan Grazer


Why Jack Dylan Grazer Predicts There Will Be ‘Dirty Fanfiction’ Written About Pixar’s Luca

The actor behind Alberto shares his thoughts on the response to the movie's main characters.
Tags: Religion, Pixar, Luca, Alberto, Jack Dylan Grazer


‘Luca’ Star Jacob Tremblay on Recording at Pixar and Bringing Improv to His Role

Jacob Tremblay stars as “Luca” in Pixar’s new animated feature. The coming-of-age film follows two young sea creatures and best friends who embark on a summer adventure when they explore the Italian Riviera. Tremblay recently spoke with Variety about recording his part at Pixar’s studios in Emeryville, the message of the film and how director Enrico […]
Tags: News, Pixar, Jacob Tremblay, Variety, Emeryville, Luca, Enrico, Riviera Tremblay


The City Paper reviews Pixar's Luca, the Post doesn't

Luca, About a Sea Monster on Dry Land, Proves Pixar Has New Legs The rich personal touches in Luca are elevated by Pixar's signature clever humor, sharp storytelling, and watchable scenery. by Noah Gittell Washington City Paper June 17th, 2021 https://washingtoncitypaper.com/article/519876/luca-about-a-sea-monster-on-dry-land-proves-pixar-is-growing-new-legs/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Pixar, Luca, Washington City, Noah Gittell, Mike Rhode


Pixar's 'Luca' design inspired by ancient maps, sea iguanas: How the film's look came together

"Luca" director Enrico Casarosa talks about how the Pixar team came up with the slightly fearsome, entirely splendid sea monsters at the story's core.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Pixar, Usa Today, Luca, Enrico Casarosa


Luca's director on sea monsters, cliques, and gelato vs. ice cream

Luca's creators on how the new Pixar movie landed its swinging soundtrack
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Hunt for Pixar's 'Luca' sea monsters: Sea iguana models, ancient maps, shimmering paddles for hair

"Luca" director Enrico Casarosa talks about how the Pixar team came up with the slightly fearsome, entirely splendid sea monsters at the story's core.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Pixar, Usa Today, Luca, Enrico Casarosa


‘Luca’: All the Hidden Easter Eggs in Pixar’s Latest

Pixar’s “Luca,” now streaming on Disney Plus, is the story of two teenage boys having a carefree summer at the Italian seaside — but they just happen to be sea monsters. Speaking with Variety, production designer Daniela Strijleva teased that the animated feature, in true Pixar style, is filled with Easter eggs galore. Sharp-eyed audiences should look […]
Tags: News, Sharp, Pixar, Easter Eggs, Luca, Daniela Strijleva, Disney Plus


Hunt for Pixar's 'Luca' sea monsters required sea iguana swim models, ancient map inspiration

"Luca" director Enrico Casarosa talks about how the Pixar team came up with the slightly fearsome, entirely splendid sea monsters at the story's core.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Pixar, Usa Today, Luca, Enrico Casarosa


Accordions, Mandolins and Pizzicato Strings: ‘Luca’ Composer on Scoring the Italy-Set Pixar Film

It took composer Dan Romer a while to find the right Italian touch for the music of “Luca,” Disney-Pixar’s animated fantasy (opening June 18) about young sea monsters masquerading as humans on the Italian Riviera. “Not quite Italian enough” was director Enrico Casarosa’s response to his first try. “Too Italian!” was the response to his […]
Tags: News, Artisans, Italy, Pixar, Luca, Dan Romer, Disney Pixar, Enrico Casarosa, Music for Screens


The Original Ending of Pixar’s ‘Luca’ Involved a Giant Kraken

Like all Pixar movies, Luca went through several significant changes on its path to its final cut – including a wildly different ending that was totally overhauled by the time the completed version was finished. The studio is famous for breaking down its stories over and over again until they shape the story into its ideal form, and for Luca, part of that process involved cutting out an initial ending which involved a kraken. Liam Neeson, eat your heart out. During a recent interview with Luc...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Disney, Features, Animation, Liam Neeson, Pixar, Mike Jones, Luca, Alberto, Rob Reiner, Ciccio, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Jesse Andrews, Ercole


‘Luca’ Director Talks About Crafting the Movie’s Ending, Taking Inspiration From Fellini, and More [Interview]

While Pixar’s Soul grappled with existential questions about what happens before and after death, the studio pivoted to a far simpler story with its latest movie, Luca, the story of a sea monster who can pass as a human boy on the surface and who yearns for freedom. But it didn’t always have such a simple narrative. I spoke with director Enrico Casarosa and producer Andrea Warren in a recent Zoom interview about earlier iterations of this story, their film’s LGBTQ+ metaphor, how parts of Luca w...
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‘Luca’ Filmmakers to Discuss Making of the Pixar Adventure in a Free PreVIEW Virtual Event

The filmmakers behind “Luca,” Pixar’s latest animated adventure, will discuss the film in a free PreVIEW event on Monday, June 21, at 10 a.m. PT. The movie, which opened Friday, June 18, at theaters and on Disney Plus, follows best friends Luca and Alberto, who are sea creatures masquerading as human boys as they explore […]
Tags: News, Global, Pixar, Luca, Alberto, VIEW Conference


Review: Pixar's 'Luca' is a fish-out-of-water tale that feels all too familiar

Pixar's "Luca" will play exclusively on the streaming platform Disney+.        [Author: Akron Beacon Journal]
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New Movies to Watch This Week: Pixar’s ‘Luca,’ ‘Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard,’ ‘The Sparks Brothers’

With traditional release patterns still in turmoil as Hollywood and the world adjust to the pandemic, it can be intimidating to keep up with when and where new films are being released — but the truth is, there are more movies coming out each week now than ever before. It’s just a question of where […]
Tags: Hollywood, Opinion, Lists, Pixar, Luca, In The Heights, The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard, Sparks Brothers


Pixar’s Luca Director Tells Fans Where To Look For Easter Eggs In The Film

Every Pixar movie has them. Here's the hidden references to other beloved movies from the studio Enrico Casarosa shared with us.
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Luca review: Pixar’s Italian sea monster story is sweeter than gelato

Pixar's Luca is a refreshingly fun, deliciously animated film that will make you want to visit the coast of Italy and look for friendly sea monsters.
Tags: Trends, Movie Reviews, Italy, Pixar, Luca, Movies & TV


If Pixar Made The Shining, It Would Still Freak Me Out

Snapchat has rolled out a new filter that turns users into Disney/Pixar characters, and Twitter has diverted resources into exploring its transformative potential. The movie Heat, fictional serial killer Michael Myers, and sad Ben Affleck all demonstrate that in most cases enlarged Disney eyeballs soften the edges.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Jimmy Fallon, Nicki Minaj, Films, Ben Affleck, Disney, Snapchat, Heat, Morgan Freeman, Pixar, Jack, Ellen Degeneres, Dick, Will Arnett, The Shining, Jason Alexander


'Luca,' Pixar's generic (and literal) fish out of water tale, lands on Disney+

Pixar dips into the ocean once too often with "Luca," a colorful but thin (and literal) fish-out-of-water tale. Although the movie touches on familiar themes about friendship, overcoming differences and letting children go, there's roughly enough story for something between an animated short and the film that lands, understandably in hindsight, via Disney+ instead of theaters.
Tags: Disney, Cnn, Pixar, Luca, Luca Pixar


Daily Podcast: Black Widow Early Reactions, UFOs, John Wick 4, and More

On the June 17 , 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Black Widow early buzz, Pixar ’s plan to go back to theatrical releases, John Wick 4 , V/H/S/94 , and a UFO docu-series from J.J. Abrams . Opening Banter :  In The News :  HT: ‘Black Widow’ Early Buzz: Marvel Delivers on Action, Florence Pugh Hailed as MVP Chris: Pixar Plans...
Tags: Movies, Showtime, Pixar, Chris, J J Abrams, Ben Pearson, John Wick, Florence Pugh, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume, Hiroyuki Sanada Chris


How to watch 'Luca' - the new Pixar movie will be available to all Disney Plus subscribers on June 18

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. "Luca" is the latest animated film from Pixar. Pixar "Luca" is a new Pixar movie centered around a sea monster who takes on a human form. The film will be available to stream exclusively on Disney Plus starting June 18. Disney Plus costs $8/month or $80/year, and "Luca" doesn't require any extra fees to watch. Monthly Subscription Service (small) "Luca," the new straight-to-Disney Plus film from Pix...
Tags: Reviews, TV, Movies, Entertainment, Disney, US, Trends, Tech, Streaming, Espn, Pixar, Hulu, Maya Rudolph, Luca, Disney Pixar, Raya


How Pixar explores ideas of friendship and inclusion in 'Luca,' a gorgeous, fun kids movie

'Luca,' with Jacob Tremblay, Maya Rudolph and Sacha Baron Cohen, takes big ideas like inclusion and friendship and presents them in a small, fun way.        [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Religion, Pixar, Sacha Baron Cohen, Arizona Republic, Luca, Jacob Tremblay Maya Rudolph


Pixar Plans to Go Back to Theatrical Releases With 2022’s ‘Turning Red’

There’s a new Pixar movie arriving this weekend, and you won’t be able to see it in theaters. Instead, it’s going right to Disney+ – and not even Disney+ with Premier Access, like so many other big Disney movies dropping on the streaming service this year. Is this the new normal for Pixar? Apparently not. A new report reveals that the animation studio is planning a return to the big screen in 2022 with their upcoming movie Turning Red. A Return to Theaters in 2022 The news that Turning Red...
Tags: Movies, California, Disney, Animation, Pixar, Chris Evans, Luca, Disney/Pixar, Domee Shi, Pixar Disney, Turning Red, Mei Lee, Cruella Raya, Luca Instead Pixar


It's an endless Italian summer in Pixar's delightful 'Luca'

In 'Luca,' Pixar's latest animated adventure, two boys (Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer) have one crazy summer hanging in an Italian seaside town.        [Author: The Patriot Ledger]
Tags: Religion, Pixar, Luca, Luca Pixar, The Patriot Ledger, Jacob Tremblay Jack Dylan Grazer


Disney+ July 2021 Schedule: Movies and TV Titles Revealed

Disney+ has revealed the full list of new movies and TV titles available on the streaming service this coming July 2021. This includes the highly-anticipated series debuts of Pixar’s Monsters at Work, the Turner & Hooch series adaptation, and Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life. In addition, the last two episodes of Marvel Studios’ Loki will also premiere next month along with its own episode of Marvel Studios: Assembled titled “The Making of Loki.” Next month will also see the long-awaited premiere of Ma...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Disney, Shanghai, Sydney, TV News, Streaming, Michigan, Gordon Ramsay, Chris Hemsworth, Pixar, Rachel Weisz, National Geographic, Marvel Studios


The Morning Watch: ‘In the Heights’ Choreography Featurette, Kathryn Hahn Breaks Down Her Career & More

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.) In this edition, take a look behind the scenes at all the hard work that went into the choreography for all the huge musical numbers from In the Heights. Plus, listen as WandaVision and Step Brothers star Kathryn Hahn tak...
Tags: The Morning Watch, Video Of The Day, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, In the Heights, Jon M. Chu, Kathryn Hahn, Luca, Mrs. Fletcher, Parks and Recreation, Pasta Grannies, Pixar Animation, Revolutionary-Road, Step-Brothers, WandaVision


‘Belle’ Trailer: Mamoru Hosoda Follows Up ‘Mirai’ With Another Anime Film About a Furry Husband

There are a few things that appear in almost every Mamoru Hosoda movie: a stirring examination of parenthood, a bittersweet romance, and a furry husband. Hosoda, the filmmaker behind 2018’s Oscar-nominated Mirai and anime masterpieces like The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Wolf Children, is back to his old tricks with Belle, a digital spin on Beauty and the Beast that returns to Hosoda’s urban vision of the internet that he first explored in Digimon and Summer Wars — but with a new furry husb...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Disney, Anime, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Belle, Hideo Kojima, Mirai, Tomm Moore, Mamoru Hosoda, Jim Kim, GKids, Suzu


What to watch this weekend: Pixar's 'Luca' on Disney+, Kevin Hart's 'Fatherhood' on Netflix

New films streaming and in theaters this weekend: Pixar's 'Luca,' Kevin Hart's 'Fatherhood,' and Edgar Wright's musical doc 'The Sparks Brothers.'        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Netflix, Kevin Hart, Pixar, Usa Today, Edgar Wright, Luca, Sparks Brothers, Luca Kevin Hart