Dane Cook Back as Dusty in Disney's 'Planes: Fire & Rescue' Teaser

October 28, 2013
Source: Moviefone

Planes: Fire & Rescue

Well, if the dull adventure from Disney's Planes wasn't enough for the kids this year, the House of Mouse is bringing Dusty Crophopper (voiced by Dane Cook) back pretty damn quick. Just as we presumed earlier this summer with a slate of Disney's forthcoming films, Planes: Fire & Rescue is the sequel to the animated spin-off that takes place in the world of Pixar's Cars (though the animation studio is not involved with the production). Despite the fantastic animation, this looks like it should be a straight-to-DVD release like Planes should have been, but Disney knows they get kids in seats with these long toy commercials now.

Here's the teaser trailer for Disney's Planes: Fire & Rescue, originally from Moviefone:

Disney has not announced the director or writer of Planes: Fire & Rescue, the feature film sequel to Disney's Planes. Comedian Dane Cook returns to voice cropdusting plane Dusty Crophopper, who leaves the glory of the racing world behind (at least temporarily) to lend a wing to some courageous airborne fire-fighters. Julie Bowen ("Modern Family") joins the voice cast, though it's not clear if any of the cast from the first film will be returning. Disney sends the film to theaters everywhere in 3D next summer on July 18th, 2014. Well?

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I giggle with "pick-up trucks", I admit it.

Bassil on Oct 28, 2013


Ho-Lee-shiiiiiiiiiiiyyyyyiiiiiiiittttt. Looks like a kids tv show. So bad, so bad. But folk love it and you'll be able to get the toys too.

Carpola on Oct 28, 2013


this is looking more and more likely:

Dan Hibiki on Oct 28, 2013


Do you remember when Disney made quality animation? Not even I remember. You have to admit even for a kids movie this is ridiculous, it's just a 1 hour toy commercial. Now you can make that argument for other cartoons back in the 80s like Transformers but there was one thing Transformers had which was a true mass appeal making it live on till today. It had memorable moments and substance including a younger and older generation of fans. In 30 years from now no one will remember what Disney's Planes was.

Charlie Hard on Oct 28, 2013


They still make good animation when they try, Tangled surprised me after I initially disliked the look of it. I only saw Phineas & Ferb once or twice but it's one of the cartoons today that I'd be proud were from my generation if I were a kid. I don't know what how involved their teams were in Tron: Uprising but it was outstanding. I think it just depends who's on the projects and probably which executives ordered them. No doubt there are some upper brass saying "Make a spinoff of Cars called Planes. Give it to the cheap studio, kids'll want to see it no matter what".

OfficialJab on Oct 28, 2013


Tron uprising was good because of the artists, Alberto Mielgo's paintings are super good, but Tron was built on the back of ideas from Moebius and Syd Mead anyways so it had a good start!

Carpola on Oct 28, 2013


Well said. Disney are shameless for their love of Cars/Planes money.

cobrazombie on Oct 30, 2013


The sequel we've all been waiting for!

Nielsen700 on Oct 28, 2013


The perfect Happy Meal sequel.

cobrazombie on Oct 30, 2013

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