Cars 2

2011 American computer-animated action comedy spy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios

Cars 2 is a 2011 movie made by Pixar. It was directed by John Lasseter and produced by Denise Ream. It is a sequel to the 2006 comedy film Cars and it was released on June 24, 2011. The teaser trailer for Cars 2 appeared on the DVD and Blu-ray versions of Toy Story 3 and the full length trailer was shown before the movie Tangled. In the Cars trilogy, this movie was followed by Cars 3, which was released in June 16, 2017.

Cars 2
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Directed byJohn Lasseter
Brad Lewis (Co-director)
Produced byDenise Ream
StarringOwen Wilson
Larry the Cable Guy
Michael Caine
Emily Mortimer
Jason Isaacs
Thomas Kretschmann
Music byMichael Giacchino
Production
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Distributed byWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (US)
Release date
June 24, 2011
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

PlotEdit

Lightning McQueen competes in the first-ever World Grand Prix which determines the world’s fastest car. Each race is held at a different part of the world: first in Tokyo, second in Italy, and third in London. Meanwhile, the Lemons are secretly trying to destroy the World Grand Prix racers, and Mater finds himself helping secret agents Finn McMissile and Holley Shiftwell in stopping them.

CastEdit

CharactersEdit

Finn McMissile, Holley Shiftwell, Francesco Bernoulli, Sir Miles Axlerod, and Professor Z. are five new characters which have important roles in Cars 2. Finn McMissile is a British secret agent, and is expert with spy gadgets, while Holley Shiftwell acts as Finn's sidekick. Francesco Bernoulli is a flashy Italian race car, and is McQueen's racing rival in the World Grand Prix. Sir Miles Axlerod is the creator of the World Grand Prix, which is a publicity stunt for a new alternative fuel source, while Professor Z. is the leader of the Lemons, an evil corporation in charge of all the oil and fossil fuels in the world that is planning to sabotage the World Grand Prix to make alternative fuel look bad.

Release DatesEdit

Country Premiere
  Jordan 22 June 2011
  Italy 22 June 2011
  Trinidad and Tobago 22 June 2011
  United Arab Emirates 23 June 2011
  Australia 23 June 2011
  Brazil 23 June 2011
  Belarus 23 June 2011
  Greece 23 June 2011
  Israel 23 June 2011
  Kuwait 23 June 2011
  Kazakhstan 23 June 2011
  Lebanon 23 June 2011
  New Zealand 23 June 2011
  Oman 23 June 2011
  Qatar 23 June 2011
  Russia 23 June 2011
  Slovenia 23 June 2011
  Thailand 23 June 2011
  Ukraine 23 June 2011
  Bulgaria 24 June 2011
  Canada 24 June 2011
  Colombia 24 June 2011
  Ecuador 24 June 2011
  India 24 June 2011
  Kenya 24 June 2011
  Mexico 24 June 2011
  Nigeria 24 June 2011
  Panama 24 June 2011
  United States 24 June 2011
  Uruguay 24 June 2011
  Poland 29 June 2011
  Belgium 6 July 2011
  Spain 6 July 2011
  Netherlands 6 July 2011
  South Africa 6 July 2011
  Argentina 7 July 2011
  Chile 7 July 2011
  Portugal 7 July 2011
  Paraguay 8 July 2011
  British Virgin Islands 10 July 2011
  South Korea 20 July 2011
  Peru 21 July 2011
  United Kingdom 22 July 2011
  Ireland 22 July 2011
  Iceland 22 July 2011
  Pakistan 22 July 2011
  France 27 July 2011
  Germany 28 July 2011
  Hungary 28 July 2011
  Japan 30 July 2011
  Denmark 4 August 2011
  Estonia 5 August 2011
  Lithuania 5 August 2011
  Latvia 5 August 2011
  Norway 5 August 2011
  Romania 5 August 2011
  Sweden 5 August 2011
  Hong Kong 11 August 2011
  Finland 12 August 2011
  Turkey 19 August 2011
  Venezuela 19 August 2011
  China 24 August 2011
  Philippines 24 August 2011
  Croatia 25 August 2011
  Malaysia 25 August 2011
  Singapore 25 August 2011
  Cambodia 1 September 2011
  Georgia 8 September 2011
  Serbia 8 September 2011
  Indonesia 12 October 2011

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