Cars (movie)

Cars
File:Cars Logo Black.svg
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Directed byJohn Lasseter
Joe Ranft (co-director)
Produced byDarla K. Anderson
Written byStory:
John Lasseter
Joe Ranft
Jorgen Klubien
and Brenda Chapman
Screenplay:
John Lasseter
Joe Ranft
Jorgen Klubien
Dan Fogelman
Kiel Murray
Phil Lorin
Robert L. Baird
Daniel Gerson
Bonnie Hunt
Don Lake
Steve Purcell
and Dan Scanlon
StarringOwen Wilson
Larry the Cable Guy
Paul Newman
Bonnie Hunt
Tony Shalhoub
John Ratzenberger
George Carlin
Cheech Marin
Michael Keaton
Jenifer Lewis
Katherine Helmond
Joe Ranft
Music byRandy Newman
CinematographyJeremy Lasky
Jean Claude Kalache
Edited byKen Schretzmann
Production
company
Distributed byBuena Vista Pictures
Release date
United States June 9, 2006
United Kingdom July 28, 2006
Running time
116 minutes
Country23x15px United States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$120 million[1]
Box office$244,082,982 (USA)
$217,898,622(Overseas)[1]
Cars is a 2006 movie made by Pixar. In it, cars are living beings and there are no humans. The movie is about Lightning McQueen, a race car who is on his way to California where he is scheduled to race for the Piston Cup. He gets lost on the way and finds himself in Radiator Springs, a fictional town on Route 66. There, he makes new friends who help him get to his Piston Cup race.

Sequels and spin-off

A sequel Cars 2 was released on June 24, 2011. A second sequel Cars 3 was released on June 16, 2017.[2] Both sequels were made by Pixar.

A spin-off movie Planes was released on August 9, 2013. Its sequel Planes: Fire & Rescue was released on July 18, 2014. The Planes movies were made by DisneyToon Studios and not by Pixar.

There has also been a spinoff television program on the Disney Channel called Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales.

Release dates

Country Premiere
23x15px Australia 8 June 2006
23x15px Philippines 8 June 2006
23x15px Singapore 8 June 2006
23x15px Canada 9 June 2006
23x15px Taiwan 9 June 2006
23x15px United States 9 June 2006
23x16px  Switzerland 14 June 2006 (French speaking region)
23x15px France 14 June 2006
23x15px Hungary 15 June 2006
23x15px Puerto Rico 15 June 2006
23x15px Russia 15 June 2006
23x15px Ukraine 15 June 2006
23x15px Uruguay 16 June 2006
23x15px Netherlands 21 June 2006
23x15px Bolivia 22 June 2006
23x15px Colombia 22 June 2006
23x15px Israel 22 June 2006
23x15px Iceland 23 June 2006
23x15px Poland 23 June 2006
23x15px Argentina 29 June 2006
23x15px Portugal 29 June 2006
23x15px Brazil 30 June 2006
23x15px Mexico 30 June 2006
23x15px Panama 30 June 2006
23x15px Venezuela 30 June 2006
23x15px Chile 1 July 2006
23x15px Japan 1 July 2006
23x15px Belgium 5 July 2006
23x15px Czech Republic 6 July 2006
23x15px Spain 6 July 2006
23x15px Hong Kong 13 July 2006
23x15px Peru 13 July 2006
23x15px South Africa 14 July 2006
23x15px South Korea 20 July 2006
23x15px United Kingdom 28 July 2006
23x15px Ireland 28 July 2006
23x15px Bulgaria 4 August 2006
23x15px India 4 August 2006
23x15px Latvia 4 August 2006
23x15px Estonia 11 August 2006
23x15px Kuwait 16 August 2006
23x15px Croatia 17 August 2006
23x15px Lithuania 18 August 2006
23x15px China 22 August 2006
23x15px Italy 23 August 2006
23x15px Slovenia 24 August 2006
23x16px  Switzerland 25 August 2006 (Italian speaking region)
23x15px Finland 25 August 2006
23x15px Norway 25 August 2006
23x15px Slovakia 31 August 2006
23x15px Denmark 1 September 2006
23x15px Sweden 1 September 2006
23x15px Egypt 6 September 2006
23x15px Germany 7 September 2006
23x16px  Switzerland 14 September 2006 (German speaking region)
23x15px Greece 14 September 2006
23x15px Romania 15 September 2006
23x15px Turkey 15 September 2006

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Boxoffice Mojo Profile for Cars
  2. "Michael Wallis confirms there will be a "Cars 3″". Route 66 News. August 17, 2013. Retrieved 06 May 2014. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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