Cars (movie)

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Cars
Directed by John Lasseter
Joe Ranft (co-director)
Produced by Darla K. Anderson
Written by Story:
John Lasseter
Joe Ranft
Jorgen Klubien
and Brenda Chapman
Screenplay:
John Lasseter
Joe Ranft
Jorgen Klubien
Dan Fogelman
Kiel Murray
Phil Lorin
Robert L. Baird
Daniel Gerson
Bonnie Hunt
Don Lake
Steve Purcell
and Dan Scanlon
Starring Owen Wilson
Larry the Cable Guy
Paul Newman
Bonnie Hunt
Tony Shalhoub
John Ratzenberger
George Carlin
Cheech Marin
Michael Keaton
Jenifer Lewis
Katherine Helmond
Joe Ranft
Music by Randy Newman
Cinematography Jeremy Lasky
Jean Claude Kalache
Editing by Ken Schretzmann
Studio Pixar
Walt Disney Pictures
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date(s) United States June 9, 2006
United Kingdom July 28, 2006
Running time 116 minutes
Country  United States
Language English
Budget $120 million[1]
Money made $244,082,982 (USA)
$217,898,622(Overseas)[1]

Cars is a 2006 movie made by Pixar. In it, cars are living beings and there are no humans. This is a story of "Lightning McQueen", a top race car who gets a lot of new friends after going to a small town in the desert called Radiator Springs in Route 66, while getting ready for the Piston Cup in California Dinoco.

A sequel Cars 2 was released on June 24, 2011. Michael Wallis said in August 2013 that Pixar will make a third film in the series.[2] A spin-off Planes was released on August 9, 2013. A sequel Planes 2: Fire and Rescue was released on July 18, 2014. A second sequel Planes Three will be released on 2015. The Planes trilogy was produced by DisneyToon Studios.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Australia 8 June 2006
 Philippines 8 June 2006
 Singapore 8 June 2006
 Canada 9 June 2006
 Taiwan 9 June 2006
 United States 9 June 2006
 Switzerland 14 June 2006 (French speaking region)
 France 14 June 2006
 Hungary 15 June 2006
 Puerto Rico 15 June 2006
 Russia 15 June 2006
 Ukraine 15 June 2006
 Netherlands 21 June 2006
 Bolivia 22 June 2006
 Colombia 22 June 2006
 Israel 22 June 2006
 Iceland 23 June 2006
 Poland 23 June 2006
 Argentina 29 June 2006
 Portugal 29 June 2006
 Brazil 30 June 2006
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico 30 June 2006
 Panama 30 June 2006
 Venezuela 30 June 2006
 Chile 1 July 2006
 Japan 1 July 2006
 Belgium 5 July 2006
 Czech Republic 6 July 2006
 Spain 6 July 2006
 Hong Kong 13 July 2006
 Peru 13 July 2006
 South Africa 14 July 2006
 South Korea 20 July 2006
 United Kingdom 28 July 2006
Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland 28 July 2006
 Bulgaria 4 August 2006
 India 4 August 2006
 Latvia 4 August 2006
 Estonia 11 August 2006
 Kuwait 16 August 2006
 Croatia 17 August 2006
 Lithuania 18 August 2006
 China 22 August 2006
 Italy 23 August 2006
 Slovenia 24 August 2006
 Switzerland 25 August 2006 (Italian speaking region)
 Finland 25 August 2006
 Norway 25 August 2006
 Slovakia 31 August 2006
 Denmark 1 September 2006
 Sweden 1 September 2006
 Egypt 6 September 2006
 Germany 7 September 2006
 Switzerland 14 September 2006 (German speaking region)
 Greece 14 September 2006
 Turkey 15 September 2006

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Boxoffice Mojo Profile for Cars
  2. "Michael Wallis confirms there will be a "Cars 3″". Route 66 News. August 17, 2013. http://route66news.com/2013/08/17/michael-wallis-says-there-will-be-a-cars-3/. Retrieved 06 May 2014.

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