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Disney Cars Lightning McQueen

The original Disney Pixar Cars movie brought us some of the most remembered and easily recognizable movie characters of modern times.

Disney Cars Mater

Disney Cars Mater

Most children, along with a lot of adults, will be able to name at least a couple of the Disney Pixar Cars characters without hesitation, characters like Lightning McQueen, the newest hotshot racing rookie sensation, Tow Mater, the lovable rusty tow truck, or Mack, the superliner truck who transports Lightning’s trailer. These along the rest of the cast of Cars have all become household names around the globe and with the sequel, Cars 2, releasing in 2011, the thrill of the race and magic of the movie is set to take place all over again.

Disney Cars Mack

Disney Pixar are keeping a lot of the plot to the Cars 2 movie pretty close to their chests, but it is thought that the movie will center around two of the main characters from the original Cars movie, Lightning McQueen and Mater, who travel around the world to take part in a new race, the race of champions, which is due to take place over five different race circuits in five different countries, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Germany, and Japan.

Disney Cars Sally


Disney Cars Doc Hudson


The remaining Disney Pixar Cars characters from the original movie, characters like Sally Carrera, Radiator Springs’ attorney and Lightning’s love interest, Doc Hudson, the towns judge and previous winner of three piston cups, sheriff, the mercury club coupe police car, Luigi, Guido, Filmore and Sarge to name just a few, we feel, will accompany Lightning and Mater as the pit crew and helping to keep the pair in line, and it is believed that at least one new character by the name of Finn McMissile is to be introduced- and who knows, hopefully we will be introduced to a lot more new Disney Pixar Cars characters.

For more on the characters from cars feel free to take a look at Disney cars characters where we’re sure you find lots of fun Disney cars info.

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Disney Pixar Cars 2 Characters

The sequel ventures to Europe and Japan and introduces new characters, such as Finn McMissile, a James Bond type who didn’t make the cut for ‘Cars’. Michael Caine voices him.

January 16, 2011|By Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

At an idea factory like Pixar clever concepts often land on the cutting room floor. In the case of “Cars,” the animation studio’s love letter to gear heads, one of those discarded notions has helped inspire the sequel.

CARS 2 Finn McMissile

In John Lasseter and Joe Ranft’s 2006 film, rookie race car Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) got a lesson in slowing down and enjoying the scenery from an unexpected detour in the sleepy town of Radiator Springs. In a sequence that never made it beyond the storyboarding stage, Lightning and his love interest, Sally Carrera, visited a drive-in theater where a James Bond-esque flick about a superspy car named Finn McMissile was playing.

Fast-forward to 2011 and “Cars 2,” the studio’s first non-“Toy Story” sequel, set to open June 24, is a spy movie with Finn McMissile as a major character.

“Finn is our action hero,” says Shawn Krause, a supervising animator on the film.

Directed again by Lasseter, as well as “Ratatouille” producer Brad Lewis, “Cars 2” features Finn as a charming, old-school British secret agent voiced by Michael Caine. Like any good spy Finn’s body is gadget-laden, with grappling hooks, a missile launcher, and deployable explosives.

CARS 2 Francesco Bernoulli

Whereas most of the original film centered on Radiator Springs and its motley, motorized population, in the sequel Lightning ventures to Europe and Japan to compete in the first World Grand Prix. On the road his yokelish tow-truck pal Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) is mistaken for an undercover American agent with a particularly inventive disguise.

“Mater has never been out of Radiator Springs,” says Krause. “We thought of him like Woody from ‘Cheers.’ He’s not stupid, he’s simple, sincere, and childlike.”

Speeding out of Radiator Springs and into the world of international espionage opened up the vehicular possibilities for Pixar’s animators, who designed boats, spy jets, helicopters, and quirky European pickup trucks for the film.

CARS 2 Holley Shiftwell

Another new character is Holley Shiftwell ( Emily Mortimer), a Tokyo-based spy-in-training whose design is based on Japanese robots, with hidden cameras, concealed weapons, and a holographic pop-up display. The villain, Professor Zundapp, is modeled on a bizarre car in which passengers can sit facing forward or backward and is voiced by German actor Thomas Kretschmann.

Paul Newman, who voiced crusty retired racer Doc Hudson in the original, died in 2008. Doc’s character will not return with another actor voicing the role, according to Krause.

But many of the first film’s other elements are intact, including the notion that heart is more crucial than speed for Lightning and Mater.

“It’s a spy film, but we wanted to hold onto the idea that their friendship is the most important thing,” says Krause.

rebecca.keegan@latimes.com

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How to Design a Disney Cars Themed Bedroom

Disney Cars Mater Giant Wall Decal Sticker

Kids love the story of Disney Cars. Lightning McQueen, a rookie race car driver eager to succeed, discovers that life is more about the journey instead of the finish line. Encourage your child’s sense of imagination by designing his very own Disney Cars themed bedroom. With a back splash of new paint, a few accessories, and furniture revamping, his bedroom will surely become his favorite hang out.

Start with the Walls

Disney Cars Wooden Toddler Bed

Nothing makes characters come to life like a fresh new backdrop. Choose paint colors that coordinate with the Disney Cars color palette (such as ice blue or a mild tint of green). Choosing light colors will make it easier as your child grows and his bedroom changes. These colors will also accentuate accessories that you choose for the room. Consider painting base boards a bright white to make wall colors stand out.

Furniture

Disney Cars Children’s Table and Chair Set

If purchasing new furniture is a budget breaker, consider painting your existing furniture fun colors that tie into the Cars theme. Keep the room from becoming too busy by choosing a single color for headboards, foot boards, and dressers. Painting a bed red gives it a “car like” feeling. Purchase solid white knobs for dresser drawers, which contrasts nicely against a fresh coat of paint.

Consider purchasing an inexpensive toy box and applying a new coat of paint. Your child can place fun Cars Foam Decorations on the toy chest to liven it up. Purchase a Cars themed comforter, which can be found at most retailers. Another comforter option is a solid bedspread that matches the Cars color palette.

Accessories

Disney Cars Lightning McQueen Giant Wall Decal Sticker

There are plenty of fun accessories that can bring life to your little one’s room. Check out the Cars Victory Lane Blue Grey Wall Boarder. This border is super easy to apply and won’t leave damage on walls (this is especially convenient if you rent).

If you aren’t a wall board fan, consider using Disney Cars Foam Wall Decorations. These accessories contain nine mini soft foam shapes you can place all over the room. If you decide to redecorate later on, the shapes can easily be removed without causing damage.

Disney Cars Children’s Folding Mini Saucer Chair

Finish off your child’s room with a Disney Cars Smart Tiles Light Switch Cover and a Decorative Wall Hook to hang your little auto racer’s favorite items (so they don’t get lost).

Creating a Disney Cars themed room will liven your child’s imagination. He can fall asleep and wake up with his favorite characters. Getting your child involved in the decorating process will help build the excitement.

Ron L Goldman is co-founder of a popular online e-tailer specializing in TV and Movie merchandise – http://www.kimmyshop.com.
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