Elements of nature have come to life and we are all set to go on a spectacular adventure with Pixar’s vibrant new film.
Every time Pixar releases a new film, fans look forward to a heartwarming tale that is made to entertain audiences from almost all age groups. We are fascinated by the colorful and fantastical world, which cuts us off from the harsh realities of life for a while and takes us on a visual adventure we are unprepared for. Just like 2015’s Inside Out, where emotions turn into anthropomorphic creatures, Pixar’s latest film Elemental aims to venture into a familiar territory that is sure to impress lovers of animations and great storytelling. Let’s dive in to learn more about Pixar’s Elemental and figure out if there is anything worthy to look forward to.
The good news is that we won’t have to wait for an indefinite time to watch Elemental because it’s arriving in theaters worldwide on June 16, 2023. The great news is that we can expect to see this movie on the streaming platform Disney+ and it will be available for digital purchase after it wraps up the majority of its theatrical run.
Pixar takes us on a journey to a fictional city where residents of fire, water, air, and land live in peace and harmony. Two elements that are opposite in nature come together to find what's common between them. Set in a bayside city that is connected by bridges, the protagonists, Ember and Wade, live in residential areas designed for their specific elements, which keep them separated. The fire beings maintain their distance from the air beings and water beings mostly for a specific reason. The trailer itself gives out a lot of hints regarding the plot. It seems Ember’s fiery nature is getting in her way of having a relationship and navigating the Element City with ease, and it could be the driving factor of the plot of this film.
So far, we only have Mamoudou Athie, and Leah Lewis credited as the voices behind the animated protagonists, Wade Ripple and Ember Lumen, respectively. The film will be directed by Peter Sohn and is written by Brenda Hsueh. Pixar and Walt Disney Pictures serve as the production companies behind this project.
Yes, there is a teaser trailer released by Pixar Studios, and you can take a look at the spectacular work of animation right below.
Yes, there is a poster for this film, and you can take a look at it below.