Watched the trailer of “Luca”? If not yet then have a go of it. Drawing on inspiration from his short film “La Luna,” director Enrico Casarosa delivers a simple yet charming look at the lives and adventures of children. Enrico Casarosa’s directorial debut—set in an underwater Italian village—is a charming Pixar-Esque coming of age story about a sea monster. Pixar’s latest movie takes place during an unforgettable summer on the Italian Riviera. A little boy named Miguel befriends a ghost and now he must face his hard reality. As they teach each other how to fit in, the two boys— Luca the sea monster and his new best friend Robby, a human boy who discovers him— help each other find their way in this foreign world.
While an average boy would be thrilled to become a human for a day, Luca had a more practical reason—a great pair of shoes that wouldn’t fit his flipper feet. But what the shoe-obsessed fishy discovers on land is that all shoes are not created equal. And that’s where his adventure begins. As IndieWire recently reported, a new coming-of-age film called “Luca” was inspired by two friends and their quirky relationship. And now the first trailer for the movie has finally arrived.
The Disney Princess Elena of Avalor is making her television debut on June 18 on Disney+, the streaming service that offers exclusive content from brands like Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar. The trailer looks promising and as an audience, it would be an exciting experience. The animation of the film is unique and vibrant; it looks like an illustrated book. And the characters have a stop-motion look. Now let’s wait for June 18 and find out what’s there in it.