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Buzz Lightyear protects his cat in exclusive new image

“To infinity and Beyond”: One of the most iconic lines in the movie, Buzz Lightyear’s quote. We don’t really know Buzz, though. At least not really Buzz.

This will change. Pixar’s upcoming film Lightyear will introduce Buzz to the world in a way you’ve never seen it, fly through space and save the world.The Buzz we encountered in Toy Story, also called the Toy Edition, is an item attached to it East Movie. Because yes, the Pixar universe is going meta.

“In the movie we say: [Andy] Birthday present for Buzz, and [Lightyear] It’s his favorite movie,” director Angus MacLane told Total Film in a new issue of the magazine, which features Obi-Wan Kenobi on its cover. “So I really feel like the movie could be in the early ’80s, ’70s. end. This is probably your favorite movie you’ve ever seen on VHS. “

Beyond the meta-dimension of the work, McLean continued, “I think it’s a movie, and then there’s a spinoff cartoon. And then the Toy Story toys are made with that cartoon design…”

Therefore, a new sound different from Tim Allen’s Buzz was needed. Chris Evans stepped in. “From the beginning, because the sound was so iconic, you risked being imitated,” McLean said. “I want it to be something different.”

The point of this Buzz is that he is out of tune with his environment and a little serious about himself to provide an echo of the Buzz we know. But McLean didn’t want it to look too much like a Toy Story movie. “If you remind the audience too much that it’s a movie, they stop caring about the dangers of the characters… One of the things I learned from Brad Bird, who worked on The Incredibles, is to keep the public eye on the right The danger to the character’s safety.

You can read more about the team behind Lightyear in the new issue of Total Film Magazine, including our exclusive coverage of the new Obi-Wan Kenobi series.

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Lightyear will be released on June 17. To learn more about the new show, check out the new issue of Total Film hitting stores on Thursday, April 28.

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Buzz Lightyear protects his cat in exclusive new image

“To infinity and beyond” – one of cinema’s most iconic lines, famously said by Buzz Lightyear. Yet, we don’t really know Buzz; not the real Buzz, at least. 
That’s about to change. Pixar’s upcoming movie Lightyear will introduce the world to Buzz as you’ve never seen him before, flying around space and saving the day. The Buzz we met in Toy Story – AKA the toy version – was a tie-in piece of merchandise for this movie. Because yes, the Pixar universe is getting meta.
“In the film, we say [Andy] got Buzz for his birthday, and [Lightyear] was his favorite movie,” director Angus MacLane tells Total Film in the new issue of the magazine, featuring Obi-Wan Kenobi on the cover. “So I actually feel like this movie might be early ’80s, late ’70s. It’s more like his favorite movie that he saw on VHS, probably.”
Adding to the meta-dimension of this endeavor, MacLane continues, “I imagined that this was a movie, and later there was a spin-off cartoon. And then the Toy Story toy was made off of that cartoon design…”
Hence the need for a new voice to differentiate from Tim Allen’s Buzz. Step in Chris Evans. “From early on, because the voice is so iconic, you run the risk of imitation,” says MacLane. “I wanted it to be something that was different.”
An essential to this Buzz was that he be at odds with his surroundings, and a little self-serious, to ensure an echo of the Buzz we know. But MacLane was keen that it not feel too much like a Toy Story movie. “If you remind the audience of it being a movie too much, then they stop caring about the peril of the characters… One of the things I learned from Brad Bird, working on The Incredibles, was, make sure the audience is worried about the characters’ safety.”
You can read more from the team behind Lightyear in the new issue of Total Film magazine, which features our exclusive coverage of the new Obi-Wan Kenobi series.
Pre-order a copy of the Obi-Wan Kenobi issue of Total Film now
Lightyear reaches cinemas on June 17. For much more on the new show, check out the new issue of Total Film when it hits shelves on Thursday, April 28.

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(Image credit: Total Film/Disney/Lucasfilm)

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