Latest Luca Featurette Discusses the Power of Friendship

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Disney and Pixar’s Luca is fast approaching, as the film is set to release on June 18, 2021, on Disney+. Ahead of its launch, and to celebrate National Streaming Day, Disney has released a brand new featurette for the film, detailing the power of friendship. 

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In the featurette, friendship — a key theme in the upcoming film — is discussed, with director Enrico Casarosa and members of the voice cast including Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer, Emma Berman, Maya Rudolph, and Jim Gaffigan talking about the power of friendship in their lives, and how the film helps connect them to the childhood feeling of forging friendships. 

You can check out the featurette for the upcoming film below:

Set in Italy, Luca is a fun and heartwarming story about friendship, stepping out of your comfort zone and two teenage sea monsters who experience a life-changing summer. This coming-of-age adventure will tell the story of a young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer with his newfound best friend in a seaside town on the Italian Riviera. But all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: they are sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.

The animated film features the voices of Jacob Tremblay (RoomThe Little Mermaid) as Luca Paguro, a bright and inventive 13-year-old sea monster with endless curiosity—especially when it comes to the mysterious world above the sea; Jack Dylan Grazer (Shazam!) as Alberto Scorfano,  an independent, free-spirited teenage sea monster with unbridled enthusiasm for the human world.; and Emma Berman as Giulia, an outgoing and charming adventurer who befriends Luca and Alberto.

Joining them are Maya Rudolph (Big Hero 6The Willoughbys) as Luca’s mother Daniela, Marco Barricelli as Giulia’s father Massimo, and Jim Gaffigan as Luca’s father’s Lorenzo.

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Luca will be the feature-length directorial debut of Italian filmmaker Enrico Casarosa, who has been working as a storyboard artist and writer with Pixar since 2006 on popular animated films such as CarsRatatouilleUpThe Good DinosaurCoco, and Incredibles 2. The film is also produced by Andrea Warren (LavaCars 3).