Monday, May 3, 2021

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON PIXAR'S ENCHANTING SEA ADVENTURE LUCA SET IN THE BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE OF ITALIAN RIVIERA!

  LUCA ANIMATED MOVIE 
DELIGHTFUL SEA MONSTERS
If I am not mistaken, this is Pixar's first ever major animated movie with a gay boy as the lead character and isn't that a lovely change? The coming of age fantasy adventure LUCA is out in theatres and on Disney + June 18th and it
Luca will stream on Disney + June 18th
is a feature movie directorial debut of Enrico Casarosa. Since it is set in Italy, the original plan was for legendary Italian composer Ennio Morricone to create the soundtrack, but he died and the film is now dedicated to him.

LUCA 
 is a coming of age animated adventure movie, set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, and it is a Disney and Pixar’s original feature film  about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta, and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a
Luca is Pixar's 24th feature film
deeply held secret: they are sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.

The voice cast features Jacob Tremblay as Luca Paguro, a 13 year old sea monster curious about the world above the sea. Jack Dylan Grazer as Alberto Scorfano, a teenage sea monster and Luca's best friend who is enthusiastic to explore the human world. Emma Berman as Giulia Marcovaldo, an Italian girl who befriends Luca and Alberto. Marco Barricelli as Massimo Marcovaldo, Giulia's cook father. Saverio Raimondo as Ercole Visconti, the local bully of Portorosso. Maya Rudolph as Daniela Paguro, a
Studio Pixar is celebrating its 35th anniversary with this film
sea monster and Luca's mother. Jim Gaffigan as Lorenzo Paguro, a sea monster and Luca's father. Sandy Martin as a sea monster and Luca's grandmother.

26 comments:

  1. I am waiting to watch this animated movie ... a good movie, I think.

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    1. It does seem lovely, the only question I have is why does Disney have all their movies set under water?

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  2. Looks like an amazing animation ❤

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    1. Agreed, if I was still watching cartoons... I wouldn't miss this one! 🙂 Also, I remember reading some fan theories about it being a romance between 2 best buddies.

      Some viewers probably interpret it as they like. 🤷‍♂️ But sooner or later, gay romance will happen in animated form. I'm sure we'll be seeing it sooner than later. 😉

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    2. Fingers crossed! We need a hot animated bromance!

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    3. Oh yeah. We sure do! 👏🏻

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    4. And non animated ones too :)

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  3. I bet my grandson would like this. I usually only watch the animated movies anymore when I watch them with him.

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    1. I watch them rarely myself, I did watch Raya and the Last Dragon tonight and loved it, which is very rare for me.

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  4. Now this one looks sooo adorable. I wouldn't mind a summer filled with lots of pasta, gelato and scooter rides.

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    1. Imagine living in such a sleepy little summer place in Italy.

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    2. Probably boring at some point, though, unless, I'd do translation there!

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    3. You're like Jason. You'd probably be bored after a bit there and be ready for something to occupy your time. Me, I'll spend my days with a book or long walks or just mingling with the locals. I'm all for a simplistic life.

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    4. I usually don't like the locals LOL They'd probably ostracize me and I'd have no place to buy my ice cream anymore....

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    5. Then we'll make our own ice cream and sell enough to buy their stupid village and then invite all of the other ostracized people to come for a visit.

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    6. Why would we want the other ostracized peoples? They is usually ostracized for a reason LOL Unless they is hot, of course...

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    7. Ok, so only the hot ostracized people are invited!

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    8. We're very picky, which is why were were ostracized in the first place LOL

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  5. I’m really excited for this one!! Luca is a cutie. I don’t care if that’s his BFF or BF, he’s still super cute. (Obviously, because he looks just like my Antonio!) I’m also looking forward to seeing what they portray of Italy in this film.

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    1. Most of the crew is Italian and they did say they want the film to be a homage to Felini and his films.

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    1. Should be some nice fun under the Italian sun.

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  7. Cartoon lovers come! Looks so colorful and fun. Children really like it,

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)