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Lightyear is an upcoming American 3D computer animated film produced by Pixar set to be released on June 17, 2022. The film is a spin-off of the Toy Story franchise, set within the narrative ("the show within the movie") of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. It will be Pixar's 26th animated feature.
Lightyear is an epic sci-fi action-adventure film of intergalactic proportions which tells the definitive origin story of the real Buzz Lightyear (voiced by none other than Chris Evans)—the pilot who inspired the toy. The film reveals how a young test pilot became the iconic Space Ranger toy that we all know and love today. This sci-fi epic in the tradition of Star Wars, Lightyear, which is from director Angus MacLane, the co-director of Finding Dory and producer Galyn Susman, will take audiences "To Infinity And Beyond" when it launches into theaters across the globe in 3-D Summer 2022. 
- This will be the second time Toy Story got a spin-off since Buzz Lightyear of Star Command.
- This will be the third Pixar film of the 2020s to be produced in a 2:39:1 aspect ratio, after Onward and Soul, unlike Luca and Turning Red, which were produced in the 1.85:1 aspect ratio.
- The second Pixar film to be released on June 17th, after Finding Dory.
- This will be the second Disney animated spin-off to be produced in a 2:39:1 aspect ratio, after Planes: Fire & Rescue.
- Contrary to people's expectations, this is not the first time Buzz is played by an actor other than Tim Allen. The list includes:
- Pat Fraley (Toy Story Treats, video games, attractions)
- Patrick Warburton (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command)
- Javier Fernandez-Peña (Spanish mode in Toy Story 3)
- Mike MacRae (video games)
- Corey Burton (Disney on Ice)
- When the movie was announced, many people were thrown into great confusion over it. This can be largely attributed to the human character and the toy sharing the same name, which led many people to believe the human Lightyear's voice actor, Chris Evans, would replace the toy Lightyear's voice actor, Tim Allen, to become the new voice of the character. Disney later clarified on Twitter that this was not the case. 
- This will be the second Pixar movie to have a Marvel Cinematic Universe actor after Onward.
- Tim Allen and Chris Evans both share the same birthday, but Tim was born in 1953, and Chris was born in 1981, 28 years apart.