Pixar’s ‘Luca’ – Brand New Story Details, Theories, and More

I’ll be honest. Until now, I’ve been pretty uninterested in Luca, the next Pixar film. It’s due to release this June, but we still don’t know much about Enrico Casarosa’s first feature film. That changed dramatically this week with the release of an exclusive preview in Empire magazine. It includes a new screenshot along with some exciting new details surrounding the story, characters, and inspiration for the setting.

I discussed all these new developments and more during the latest live stream of Jon In Theory, which you can view above. Enjoy the stream, and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell so you can watch these videos live. Would love for you to say hello via the live chat!

11 thoughts on “Pixar’s ‘Luca’ – Brand New Story Details, Theories, and More

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  5. Cute story! I think it need more adventure factor to draw more viewer. However, I still love it. Thank for your blog.

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