The second trailer for Disney and Pixar’s Lightyear dropped Thursday, and it shows legendary space ranger Buzz Lightyear traveling through time and nemesis Emperor Zurg.
The animated science-fiction adventure film is a Toy Story movie and follows the origin story of Buzz, after he gets stranded on a hostile planet 4.2 million light-years from Earth with his captain and crew.
The movie features Chris Evans, 40, as the voice of the famous game, and tells the story of Buzz as he tries to find a way home through time and space.
New Trailer: The second trailer for Disney and Pixar’s Lightyear sees legendary space ranger Buzz Lightyear traveling through time and his nemesis Emperor Zurg
The trailer kicks off when Buzz’s ship is stranded on an unknown planet, and then we see him diligently recording an audible mission log.
“After a full year of tumbling, the first test flight of our super-fasts is ready,” he says confidently, when suddenly interrupted by his commander.
‘who are you talking to?’ Commander Alisha Hawthorne – voiced by Uzo Aduba – asked.
Embarrassed, he replied, “Uh, no one.”
Nemesis: The Movie depicts Buzz’s enemy, Emperor Zurg, as a giant robot with red eyes
EPIC BATTLE: The Toy Story hero is seen scrambling to the ground as Zurg fights him off
“You’ve been quenching again,” she says.
‘I was not! Just doing the task log,” he explains.
“You know nobody listens to those?” indicate.
In the next scene we see Buzz inside his ship with… His charming robot companion cat, Sox, is voiced by Peter Sohn.
New Planet: The trailer stars Buzz and his captain, Alisha Hawthorne, who have been stranded on another planet for a year while searching for a way back home.
Infinity: Buzz embarks on a high-speed test flight mission. Saying goodbye to Hawthorne, he says his catchphrase “to infinity and beyond” as he touches her fingers.
Buzz reveals that after a full year of being stranded on the planet, there is finally hope to get out of there, with a superfast test flight, and it’s It’s supposed to be fast.
In his farewell, he says his catchphrase “To infinity and beyond” as he touches Hawthorne’s toes.
“Oh Buzz, that was so terrifying, and I’m sorry I joined you,” Sox says after their shaky alien launch.
Things seem to go wrong immediately, as Buzz finds himself lost in space, stranded on another planet.
Cute: In the next scene, we see Buzz inside his ship with his charming robot companion cat, Sox, voiced by Peter Sohn
Afraid: “That was so terrifying, I regret joining you,” Sox says after their shaky space launch.
He also starts Having problems communicating with Earth, as no one seems to return his calls.
As he voices his frustration out loud, a new personality suddenly confronts him on the ground, where he snaps at him, pointing to the robots surrounding his ship.
“Alicia?” Buzz asks the stranger, thinking she might be his captain because her spacesuit reveals Hawthorne’s name.
“Oh no, this is my grandmother,” answered the woman, taking off her helmet.
New Planet: Mission Goes Wrong Buzz finds himself stranded on another planet with Hawthorne’s granddaughter, and realizes he’s snapped 62 years into the future.
“But Sox, how long have we been gone?” Confused, Buzz asked his cat.
The robot animal replied, “62 years, seven months, and five days.”
‘What?’ Buzz responds in complete shock, unaware that he has traveled back in time.
In the next scene, Hawthorne tells Buzz she hopes he’s “up and running” because they need a pilot.
“To destroy the alien ship,” she replies, referring to Emperor Zorge’s ship. Then she proceeds to introduce him to her team.
In the following scenes, Buzz seems to realize that the crew is amateurs and that his chances of success are not great.
In the next scene, Hawthorne tells Buzz she hopes he’s “up and running” because they need a pilot to “destroy the alien ship,” she replies, referring to Emperor Zorg’s ship.
There is a series of events after this, including a glimpse of Buzz’s enemy, Emperor Zurg, who is photographed Like a giant robot with red eyes. The two appear to be in an epic battle, and the Toy Story hero is seen scrambling to the ground as Zurg towers above him.
The final scene shows him extending his finger to Hawthorne as he says, “Infinitely.”
Confused by the gesture, she asks, “Are you trying to make me pull your finger?”
“Don’t fall for it!” Someone on the crew says.
“No, no, not like that,” Buzz replies, “Sorry, it’s something me and your grandmother used to do.”
“Eww,” says another crew member, as Buzz realizes his words may have sounded inappropriate.
Funny: The final scene shows him extending his finger to Hawthorne as he says, “Infinitely.” Confused by the gesture, she asks, “Are you trying to make me pull your finger?”
The original Toy Story movies center around Buzz Lightyear and Woody, a pull-out cowboy.
In the Toy Story franchise, Buzz is voiced by Tim Allen with Woody voiced by Tom Hanks.
Lightyear is directed by Angus MacLane and produced by Galyn Susman It was set to its theaters on June 17.
Coming soon: Lightyear is set to hit theaters June 17