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Luca is an upcoming American 3D computer animated film produced by Pixar set to be released on June 18, 2021. The film will be directed by Enrico Casarosa, and produced by Andrea Warren as Pixar's 24th feature film.
Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, Disney and Pixar’s original feature film “Luca” is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: they are sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.
- This is Enrico Casarosa's first Pixar film. He previously directed the short La Luna.
- The third Disney animated film to be released on June 18th, after Tarzan (1999) and Toy Story 3 (2010).
- Luca's full name, Luca Portorosso, is a reference to Studio Ghibli's Porco Rosso, which the film will pay homage to.
- According to Enrico Casarosa, he describes the film as an "homage to Fellini and other classic Italian filmmakers, with a dash of Miyazaki in the mix too."
- Pixar's 13th film to have a June release following Cars, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Toy Story 3, Cars 2, Brave, Monsters University, Inside Out, Finding Dory, Cars 3, Incredibles 2, and Toy Story 4.
- Pixar's fourth film to release on the same day as a previous film with this film releasing on June 18th; 11 years apart from Toy Story 3, the first was The Good Dinosaur, which released on November 25th; 17 years apart from A Bug's Life, the second was Coco which released on November 22nd; 22 years apart from Toy Story, and the third was Toy Story 4 which released on June 21st; 6 years apart from Monsters University.
- The film will celebrate Pixar's 35th anniversary.
- This is the first Pixar film to be produced in 1.85:1 widescreen aspect ratio since Finding Dory.