Lighter animation trailer has just been released and has hidden tips and details under the crowded layer of this Pixar animation. The Toy Story, published in 1995, not only revolutionized the world of animation, but also introduced Pixar as a pioneer in the industry. It's Disney's growth, it has never completely abandoned the toy story. After 4 feature films, several entertaining short films and a large number of Disney-related works, in the upcoming 2022 film, Lighter will fly in a very different direction.
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Lighter, a spin-off of the toy story, is, in fact, an imaginary astronaut who first noticed in the first film that Lighter is an action figure from He is inspired and is a toy story all over the world. Directed by Angus McLean and voiced by Chris Evans, Lighter is a very ambitious diversion from Pixar's extraordinary form, combining real life with the familiar familiar world. With such a unique premise, the audience does not know exactly what awaits them, but the new Lighter trailer has a brief, action-packed look at the animation. Space goes, encounters aliens, and tries to find signs of life there. This trailer shows futuristic images and briefly shows Lightair sub-characters. The story is largely hidden, but in any case, this clip contains special details and hidden messages for Pixar veterans and open world beginners.
21. Introducing Lighter Star - Astronaut Command
We go to infinity and beyond, and in the initial image of the Lighter trailer, we see the zipper lift up its space suit. Here, the animation reveals the basics of the new version of this familiar face, and we see that the astronaut's full name is, in fact, a lighter one, with the words Star Command written on his T-shirt. In 1995, when he was again trying to reach out to his bosses from above Andy's bed, Star Command seemed to be a childish imitation of Star Trek Star Command. However, in the trailer we see that the open agency is more like a real organization like NASA. They are still the ones sending the space into space.
20. Booster and Fido from the previous animated series
19. Pixar's modern world is more like a wallet animation than a toy story
Lighter trailer immediately distances itself from the visual effects of the toy story. The open global mission takes place in a dusty, dilapidated futuristic environment, where the earth is full of dwarf-like creatures and other advanced machine parts and horizons dominated by dramatic space structures. This world is immersed in the silent glow of dawn, and it is very different from the vivid and vivid images of the toy story collection that was already present in them.
18. Lighter open spacecraft works with crystals
A Star Command engineer loads a strange light blue crystal fuel on the Lighter open spacecraft, and the trailer's focus on this sharp material indicates that there will be a terrible problem with the spacecraft's power supply. Looking at this modern fuel cell, we quickly remember the environmental message of the Pixar Wall animation. Is this crystal, humanity's effort for clean space travel? Or there is a hidden atonement behind the scenes of these crystals, which may be part of the relatively anti-utopian tone of Lighter.
17. Ivan is the computer of Lighter
open Lighter performs the latest inspections of its cockpit system, and then we see the name of the porch on the screen. The Pixar series with the Wall-E animation established the tradition of naming robots, computers, and artificial intelligence programs by the acronyms Humans, and at this point, fans may be wondering if Lighter is happening in the same world. Ivan was also the name of a character in the car animation 2, but if the reference is a person, it is most likely that person, Ivan Sutherland, is the inventor of computer graphics.
16. Hawthorne in Star Command (and more about the fuel disaster)
Here we meet the first suitable complement of Lighter, Alicia Hawthorne, an open-minded fellow astronaut in Star Command. This character seems a little worried and thoughtful about Flying Lighter, and it is clear that the two are friends (if nothing more). It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. His last name may be inspired by SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, and there appears to be a wound above the character's right eye that indicates he is an open hero like himself.
Hawthorne looks at the mission with concern for the control room, and we also see a large, large fuel stability display that shows the fuel life bar. This image increases the likelihood of the theory that the Lighter spacecraft will have some kind of defect due to the water crystals that fuel it.
15. Hyperlanch is reminiscent of the story of toys (and Star Wars)
As his spacecraft passes through the Earth's atmosphere, Lighter presses the hyperlunch button again to launch the spacecraft into the sun, a mechanism very similar to that of Star Wars and Hyperspace. Hyperlanch Lighter is remarkably consistent with the open background story as an action figure in toy story films. In the original Pixar movie, he came out of his box and always pointed out that he was out of hyperslip mode, and even when Woody convinces him that the pizza planet has a spaceship that he can use again, he asks excitedly, "Is it?" "Does it also have a hyperdrive?" The prefix "hyper" is clearly reminiscent of Lighter's open fantasy myths.
14. Lighter science fiction technology confirms film space style
Pressing the hyperlaunch button activates a glow-reflecting shield throughout the cockpit, and this laser-like defensive body introduces lighter into the realm of sci-fi animation. Lighter enters the science fiction genre even more than the futuristic world of Wall-E, and Pixar is much more rational and realistic than a studio, which fans find to create emotion in all its elements.
But the story Lighter animation is supposed to take place before the toy story, because the character of astronaut Chris Evans is the inspiration for the popular toy that Andy gets for his birthday. So it is strange that the lighter world seems futuristic with robots, power fields, and high-speed travel, while the toy story is told in the 1990s.
It all depends on how the plot unfolds. Interpret light. Is he a real astronaut who later becomes an action figure, or is Lighter animation a film within a film that portrays the lighter character in the world of a sci-fi film that Andy might see in the cinema? The trailer apparently confirms the latter, but we still prefer to wait for Pixar to excite us with its idea.
13. Lighter travels around the sun
Trailer Lighter depicts the film's first open space mission, a journey around the sun. According to the plan he draws, he intends to maneuver around the biggest star, then go back in time and have a tea with Mrs. Relativity. Everything makes sense, because Lightier's early synopsis describes the open character as a test pilot of the space command. In fact, he is an experimental person who tests human capacity for long-distance space travel.
12. Lighter is not the hero we think it is
11. Light Hair Open
We Never Open Hair We have not seen Lighter. His action figure can raise and lower the glass of his helmet, but with his head open, he is always wearing a tight purple hat clinging to an astronaut suit. Eventually the curiosity of all those who wanted to know what the hair of this toy story character looks like will be quenched, but we really can't get used to it yet.
10. Again in Lighter animation it has a robot companion
9. Lighter continues to imitate Star Wars
8. Lighter crash
Previously, this image confirms that the open spacecraft crashes at some point in the film and the pilot is forced to demonstrate his skills in the cockpit.
7. Hint of Lighter Karate
a funny little cat , Frightens the opener and then jumps back again and takes a fighting position. Fans of the toy story may find this scene reminiscent of Lighter 's open karate state in the original movie series, where he takes a similar pose and prepares to activate his interesting karate and action skills.
6. A robot named Eric
A robot named Eric explains the mission of Atishan (if we look at the whiteboard writing) to Lightair and Hawthorne and explains the mechanism of time delay to them. This animation, as we saw earlier in the trailer (Ivan), follows the same policy as Pixar and uses familiar letters for inhuman characters. Eric may be named after one of the first robotic creatures to be built in 1928 by a World War I veteran.
5. Alien monsters and electric swords
The most extraordinary scene The Lightair trailer is where he is attacked again by a horned alien, apparently imprisoned by the Star Command, and one of his close associates is forced to cut off the creature's horn with a light sword. Apart from the fact that this scene is taken from the movie Star Wars (dense sequence of Death Star), the presence of space creatures in Lighter shows that this animation is largely dependent on elements of the science fiction genre. Again, it does not just revolve around our own solar system. He is visiting distant worlds and meeting space creatures who probably have three special eyes and beliefs.
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2. Scene resemblance from trailer to sequence from Avengers movie
Frame in Anne is again confronted with her new costume hanging on the wall, from the costume lighting to the characters' reactions, much like the moment Steve Rogers first looks at Captain America in Avengers.
1. Chris Evans's voice as Open Lighter (referring to Marvel's cinematic world)
Chris Evans, as an opener, rarely talks about Lighter trailers. Instead, the trailer relies on the intriguing images and good music of David Bowie to convey the tone of the film. At the last moment and the last shot, we hear the voice of Chris Evans and he utters the same famous phrase of Star Command, "Towards Infinity and Beyond". These words and phrases are very short, but it must be said that Evans' voice sounds very, very different from the symbolic performance of Allen. Of course, he is reminiscent of Captain America. Speaking of Captain America, we have to say that the Lighter trailer ends before it says the word beyond, and the image is cut, which is exactly like the final scene of Avengers: Age of Ultron, where the movie before Steve Rogers Tell the collection, it 's over.