Watch: Disney's Charming New Father's Day Spot for Pixar's 'Brave'
They guide us. They know us best. They stand by us. Happy Father's Day! Following their Mother's Day spot, Disney has released a Father's Day spot for Pixar's Brave, and it really is wonderful. The film itself is a heartfelt story about a Scottish family, and the relationship between a rebellious daughter and her royal mother and father. This spot highlights some of the more intimate, character moments between Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) and her father, King Fergus (voiced by Billy Connolly). It's a perfect short spot with just the right amount of charm to brighten your day on this Father's Day. Check it out below and enjoy!
Watch the new Father's Day spot for Disney/Pixar's fairytale Brave, in high def from YouTube:
Since ancient times, stories of epic battles and mystical legends have been passed through the generations across the rugged and mysterious Highlands of Scotland. In Pixar's Brave, a new tale joins the lore when the courageous Merida (voice of Kelly Macdonald) confronts tradition, destiny and the fiercest of beasts.
Brave was originally being directed by Pixar's first female director, Brenda Chapman (of Prince of Egypt), but she was then joined by Mark Andrews (of the short One Man Band) who took over to help finish the movie. Disney has scheduled Pixar's Brave for release this summer starting June 22nd in 3D. Seeing it?
so many feels :')
fem!anon on Jun 17, 2012
Happy Fathers day dad! I hope you are enjoying your after party!
Xerxexx on Jun 17, 2012
best trailer I've seen so far, but I don't have high hopes for the film. I hear the last act is pretty bad.
DaftBot on Jun 17, 2012
Carpola on Jun 18, 2012
The marketing on this film is trying way too hard. You would think it was directed by the John Carter director. Pixar's first flop? Why does it look like a Craptastic Dreamworks film?
Matt Lee on Jun 18, 2012
I did a workshop on a film lab.. i saw part of it and is greaaaat
Nicolas Dalli B. on Jun 18, 2012
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