Tom Holland and Chris Pratt sponsor return of Pixar with “Onward”

Tom Holland and Chris Pratt they left today of hand, for a moment, the world of the Marvel superheroes to sponsor the world premiere of “Onward”the film Pixar returns to the big screen.

Always cheerful and with a smile from ear to ear, Holland and Pratt are two of the actors who have lent their voices to the original version of this tape, lively, full of fantasy, and in whose voice overs have also participated in other film stars like Octavia Spencer or Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

El Capitan Theatre, located in the heart of the Walk of Fame Hollywood in Los Angeles, was the place chosen today for the “premiere” of this adventure of animation to hit theaters next march 6.

The red carpet of “Onward” to be paraded, in addition to these four actors, the director of the tape, Dan Scanlon.

“We wanted to make a film that was both modern and fantastic, not a period piece in a world of fantasy,” said the filmmaker in a special visit to the studios of Pixar in Emeryville, attended by Efe.

Unicorns, gnomes, mermaids and elves, but as part of an environment absolutely urban, are just some of the magical creatures that appear in the imaginative narration of “Onward”.

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The film focuses on two brothers elves, which feature the voices of Holland and Pratt and those who discover the amazing way to spend 24 hours next to their already deceased father.

But the spell does not come out as well as they hoped, so that from then on the two brothers will enter in an adventure full of craziness and fun.

“Onward” is the first film that launched Pixar from “Toy Story 4” (2019), which took the statuette for best animated film in the last edition of the Oscars.

Pixar, a reference and guide within the movie animated, released in June another tape titled “Soul”.

A pioneer in showing the artistic possibilities of digital film animation, “Toy Story” (1995) opened a saga as much fun as emotive for adults and small and inaugurated the reign of Pixar, a company that later gave birth to other wonders as “Monsters, Inc.” (2001), “Finding Nemo” (2003), “Ratatouille” (2007), “Up” (2009), “Inside Out” (2015) or “Coco” (2017).