Cars 3 honors the history of many powerful black men and women in the newest addition to the trilogy.
This is part one in our coverage of a very special press event for the new film Cars 3 out June 16, 2017.
Cars 3 looks to be the sports movie that Cars almost was and Cars 2 certainly wasn’t.
We’re sitting in a “classroom” of some kind now – the chairs are far less welcoming – with Jude Brownbill, Jay Shuster, and Michael Comet, the Directing Animator, Production designer, and Character Supervisor of Cars 3, respectively.
Our talk with the writers, our final presentation of the morning, ended with a second screening of the aforementioned scene in which Cruz tries to tell Lightning what it’s like to be a woman in racing.
A Press Conference with the Director, Producer, and co-Producer of Cars 3!
Kerry Washington is moving lightning fast as one of the newest voices of Disney Pixar’s Cars 3. Washington joins a cast of new faces, Lea Delaria, Lewis Hamilton and Cristela Alonzo, as she makes her transition to the world of animation.