Film trailer: 'Cars 2' with Owen Wilson
Thursday 18 November 2010
This trailer, released November 16, offers a tease for the upcoming action comedy about Lightning McQueen on the road in an international spy caper - the sequel to Pixar's 2008 animated film about talking vehicles.
The star racecar teams up with his pal Mater, the tow truck, to compete with the world's fastest cars in the World Grand Prix. Detours and potholes finds them tangled with secret agents, villainous vehicles and speed demon rivals.
Co-directed by John Lasseter ( Cars) and Brad Lewis ( Ratatouille's producer), the footage covers ground from the streets of Tokyo to London, Paris and Italy.
The cast features the voice talent of Owen Wilson ( Marley & Me, Night at the Museum) and Michael Caine ( The Dark Knight).
Cars 2 starts up in theaters June 24.
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