Check This Out: Awesome Lego Version of Pixar's Trailer for 'Cars 2'
Previously we highlighted an awesome Lego version of the trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and now another spectacular Lego trailer for another Disney property has just hit the net. Now Collider has stumbled upon this fantastic and impressive recreation of the first trailer for Cars 2 using Lego bricks. Look carefully because even Luxo Jr. in the infamous Pixar Animation Studios logo has been given a Lego form. YouTube user Patrick Bolvin is behind this fine creation, but please note that he was hired by Disney/Pixar and Lego to make this trailer. Check out the Lego trailer plus the original to compare below!
Here's the cool new Lego trailer for Pixar's Cars 2:
Here's the original trailer for Cars 2 for comparison:
Cars 2 sees Lightning and Mater traveling around the world for the Race of Champions that includes other disciplines like Formula One. Mater ends up in a 'Hitchcockian' case of mistaken identity, saves the life of a British secret agent named Finn McMissile and becomes embroiled in a spy thriller, but no one believes him.
Cars 2 is being directed by former Pixar producer Brad Lewis, who is making his directorial debut following producing work on Ratatouille. We've also heard that John Lasseter has returned to Pixar to help co-direct, but Disney is quick to deny that. No screenplay credits are listed yet for Cars 2. Disney will be bringing Cars 2 to theaters everywhere in Disney Digital 3D starting on June 24th, 2011 next summer. Look good so far?
is this lego trailer thing a new trend?
kwame adansi on May 19, 2011
I love Lego and I love stop-machine animation!
Ron on May 19, 2011
This is automatically WAY cooler than that lame lego pirates trailer. Patrick Bolvin is a genius. I really enjoyed his AT-AT Day Afternoon and Black Widow gone wild.
Chris A. on May 19, 2011
It's Patrick Boivin, not Bolvin.
Robbert Doelwijt on May 20, 2011
Lego Machete was better
crom on May 22, 2011
wow that is cool!
A5J4DX on Jun 18, 2011
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