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Cars is a and set in a world populated by automobiles created by. The franchise began with the, produced by and released by. The film was followed by in 2011. A was released in 2017. The now defunct produced the spin-off films (2013) and (2014).

The first two Cars films were directed by, then- of Pixar,, and Disneytoon Studios, while Cars 3 was directed by, a storyboard artist on the previous installments. John Lasseter served as of Cars 3 and the Planes films. Together, the first two Cars films have accrued over billion in box office revenue worldwide while the franchise has amassed over billion in merchandising sales.

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History[]

The Cars franchise began with the 2006 Pixar film,. The film was Pixar's least well received by reviewers with a 74% on Rotten Tomatoes, until the sequel was released and received a 40%.Cars 3 received a 68%, a critical improvement over the second film.

The short was released as an extra on the Cars DVD on November 7, 2006. A series of shorts called were produced and aired on the to keep interest up. The brand had sold nearly billion in merchandise by the time of its 's release in 2011.

In 2007, ride opened in.

In the summer of 2012, the 12-acre theme area opened at in Anaheim as the main component of -billion park renovation. On October 8, 2015, Disney and Pixar announced that Cars 3 would be released on June 16, 2017.

Film series[]

Cars (2006)[]

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Cars is the seventh Pixar film. The story is about rookie race car, (), who gets lost on the way to for a tiebreaker race in the Piston Cup, a famous race worldwide, and ends up in a little town called on, that had since been forgotten because the was built. He accidentally wrecks the road and is sentenced to fix it. During his time, he goes tractor tipping with his new best friend Mater () and goes on a drive with his love interest ().

After McQueen fixes the road, Doc Hudson () no longer wants him in town, so he calls the news crew to take McQueen to, but it doesn't take long for Doc to realize how much he's helped Radiator Springs, so he goes back to being the Hudson Hornet and becomes McQueen's crew chief, while most of the Radiator Springs folks become his pit crew. McQueen is about to win the race, but helps The King () cross the finish line after Chick Hicks () crashes him. Hicks wins the Piston Cup after being in third on the last lap, but is later booed by everyone as comeuppance, while McQueen receives praise for his behavior.

Despite his loss, Lightning is offered to be the new face of Dinoco, but he decides to stay with Rusteze. He does, however, arrange for Mater to ride in the Dinoco helicopter just like McQueen promised. The film ends with McQueen setting up his racing headquarters in Radiator Springs, thereby putting it back on the map.

Cars 2 (2011)[]

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Cars 2 is the twelfth film from Pixar. The story is about Lightning McQueen competing in the first World Grand Prix, a three-part race set in, and that will determine the world's fastest racecar. His rival in the race is Italian Formula One car, Francesco Bernoulli (). Along the way, Mater is mistaken for a spy by British spycar, Finn McMissile () and falls in love with McMissile's assistant Holley Shiftwell ().

The three of them uncover a plot to sabotage the race led by Professor Zündapp () and a group of lemon cars, including Grem () and Acer (). When the race reaches its conclusion in England, Mater figures out that Miles Axlerod () is the mastermind behind the plot to sabotage the race, since he started it in the first place and had intended for cars everywhere to run on oil as revenge for the lemons' reputation as being "history's biggest loser cars," implying that Axlerod is also a lemon.

With the plot foiled and the villains defeated, Mater is knighted by the Queen of the United Kingdom () and a new race is held in Radiator Springs. Mater is offered to join McMissile and Shiftwell on another mission, but he chooses to stay. He does, however, get to keep the rocket engines he acquired as the two agents take off in Siddeley (), the British spy jet.

Cars 3 (2017)[]

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Cars 3 is Pixar's eighteenth film. The story focuses on Lightning McQueen (), who deals with futuristic race cars taking over the world of racing. Jackson Storm () is an arrogant high tech racer who leads the next generation. As everyone begins to ask him if he might retire, McQueen struggles with keeping up with these racers and during the final race of the season, he suffers a horrible crash.

Four months later, McQueen mourns the late Doc Hudson and travels to the new Rusteze Racing Center, now under the management of Sterling (). He assigns Cruz Ramirez () to train him on the simulator, that McQueen accidentally loses control and destroys. Cruz's unconventional training methods and lack of racing experience angers McQueen, as they race on beaches and a demolition derby. Cruz reveals that she always wanted to be a racer but never found the confidence to do so. In Thomasville, they encounter Doc's old crew chief Smokey () who trains McQueen and explains to him that Doc found happiness in mentoring him. Smokey's training methods inspire Cruz as well.

At the Florida 500, McQueen begins racing, but remembers Cruz's racing dreams and has her take his place in the race. Using what she's learned on the road, Cruz found the confidence to catch up to Storm. She wins the race along with McQueen and begins racing for Dinoco, whose owner Tex, purchases Rusteze. Under the Dinoco-Rusteze brand, Cruz becomes a racer, sporting #51 and McQueen decides to continue racing, with a new paint job in memory of The Fabulous Hudson Hornet, but trains Cruz first.

Future[]

Regarding a possible Cars 4, Cars 3 producers Kevin Reher and Andrea Warren told Cinema Blend that "If there's a good story to tell I mean our heads kinda break after having gotten this one done, like oh my God, what could you do the further adventures of? But like any sequel, from to, as long as there's a good story to tell, it's worth investing; we do love these characters, we love them as much as the public does." Regarding which character would be the main protagonist in the film, Reher and Warren stated that "if Cruz is a breakout character, kind of like Mater was", "she [would] be involved in a 4". Owen Wilson stated at a Cars 3 press event that possible stories have been discussed for a Cars 4, though he would personally like for a fourth Cars film to delve into aspects of the, akin to Cars 2. In an interview with, expressed interest in reprising her role as while promoting the release of the short film Miss Fritter’s Racing Skoool with the Cars 3 DVD and Blu-ray release.

Television series[]

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Mater's Tall Tales (2008-2012)[]

Mater's Tall Tales is a series of short animated films or Cars Toons featuring the characters and from the film Cars. The first three shorts premiered in 2008 on. Not exclusive to television, the episodes have also premiered on DVDs/Blu-rays, or as a theatrical short. A total of 11 episodes have been released, with "Time Travel Mater" (2012) being the latest.

All shorts in the series follow the same tall-tale formula: Mater tells a story of something he has done in the past. When Lightning questions Mater over whether the events in the story actually occurred (or, in some episodes, asks him what he did next), Mater always claimed that Lightning was also involved, and continues the story including McQueen's sudden participation. The shorts end with Mater leaving the scene, often followed by characters or references to the story that was being told, suggesting the story might be real.

Tales from Radiator Springs (2013-2014)[]

Tales from Radiator Springs is a series of short animated films or Cars Toons. The first three two-minute episodes - "Hiccups", "Bugged", and "Spinning" - premiered on March 22, 2013, on Disney Channel, and have been available online since March 24, 2013. A fourth short in the series, titled disney "The Radiator Springs 500 ½", was released in spring 2014 on the digital movie service Disney Movies Anywhere. It premiered August 1, 2014, on Disney Channel. The short has a runtime of 6 minutes.

Short films[]

Mater and the Ghostlight (2006)[]

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Mater and the Ghostlight is a 2006 created for the of Cars, which was released on October 25, 2006, in Australia and the United States on November 7, 2006. The short, set in the Cars world, tells a story of Mater being haunted by a.

Vitaminamulch: Air Spectacular (2014)[]

A Planes short film titled Vitaminamulch: Air Spectacular was released on the DVD and Blu-ray of Planes: Fire & Rescue. It was directed by Dan Abraham and executive produced by John Lasseter. In the short film, Dusty Crophopper and Chug need to replace two daredevils in an airshow Leadbottom is hosting. At first unsuccessful, Dusty and Chug accidentally start a series of events that captures the audience's attention, eventually completing the stunt.

Miss Fritter’s Racing Skoool (2017)[]

Miss Fritter’s Racing Skoool is a 2017 Pixar computer-animated short created for the Blu-ray, Blu-ray 4K, Ultra HD, and DVD of Cars 3, which was released in the United States on November 7, 2017. The short, set in the Cars world, follows the "blindsided testimonials from the Crazy 8’s, touting the transformative impact Miss Fritter’s Racing School has had in reshaping the direction of their lives".

Spin-offs[]

Starting with in 2013,, Pixar's sister company, released a spin-off film set in the Cars world, featuring planes as the main characters. The film was followed by the sequel, (2014). In addition to a cancelled Planes spin-off film, the studio was also planning spin-off films featuring boats, trains and other vehicles. But never materialized due to the closure of Disneytoon Studios on June 28, 2018.

Planes (2013)[]

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Planes is a computer animated Cars spin-off film produced by Disneytoon Studios. The first film in the trilogy, where the main characters are planes, was released in theaters by Walt Disney Pictures on August 9, 2013. The film was directed by and executive produced by. In the film, Dusty Crophopper, a small-town cropdusting plane, follows his dreams by competing in a world air race, despite his fear of heights.

Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014)[]

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A sequel, titled Planes: Fire & Rescue, was theatrically released on July 18, 2014. This film is also produced by Disneytoon Studios. Bobs Gannaway, co-developer of and, and co-director of and, directed the film. Lasseter again served as executive producer. In the film, Dusty is now a world-famous air racer, but learns he will never be able to race again due to an engine problem. After accidentally starting a fire, Dusty decides to become a firefighter and trains at Piston Peak Air Attack.

Cancelled untitled spin-off film set in space[]

In July 2017 at the, announced that a Cars spinoff film would explore aviation in, and that it is being developed by. The film had a release date of April 12, 2019. On March 1, 2018, it was suddenly removed from the release schedule with the film Penguins taking its old slot. On June 28, 2018, Disneytoon Studios was shut down, officially ending development on the movie.

Reception[]

Box-office performance[]

Earning over.7 billion, Cars, including its Planes spin-off films, is the eighth-.

In its opening weekend, the original Cars earned,119,509 in 3,985 theaters in the United States, ranking number one at the box office. In the United States, the film held onto the number one spot for two weeks before being surpassed by, and then by the following weekend. It went on to gross 1,983,149 worldwide (ranking number six in 2006 films) and 4,082,982 in the United States (the third-highest-grossing film of 2006 in the country, behind and ). It was the highest grossing animated film of 2006 in the United States, but lost to in worldwide totals.

Cars 2 has earned 1,452,396 in the United States and Canada, and 8,400,000 in other territories, for a worldwide total of 9,852,396. Worldwide on its opening weekend, it made 9.0 million, marking the largest opening weekend for a 2011 animated title.

Film Release date Box office gross Box office ranking Budget Ref(s) North America Other
territories Worldwide All time
North America All time
worldwide June 9, 2006 4,082,982 8,133,298 2,216,280 #115 #203 0 million June 24, 2011 1,452,396 0,658,161 2,110,557 #197 #145 0 million June 16, 2017 2,901,115 0,988,036 3,889,151 #319 #272 5 million Cars films 08588436493000000♠588,436,493 08819777577000000♠819,777,577 09140821407000000♠1,408,214,070 5 million August 9, 2013,256,456 8,970,000 9,258,712 #766 #556 million July 18, 2014,165,787,220,853 1,386,640 #1,315 million Planes films 08149422243000000♠149,422,243 08241190853000000♠241,190,853 08390645352000000♠390,645,352 0 million Total 08787376631000000♠787,376,631 08990307950000000♠990,307,950 09172416983700000♠1,724,169,837 5 million List indicator(s)
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Critical and public response[]

Cars[]

Film Cars 74% (197 reviews) 73 (39 reviews) A Cars 2 40% (210 reviews) 57 (38 reviews) A– Cars 3 68% (189 reviews) 59 (41 reviews) A Average 60% 63 A

Planes[]

Awards and nominations[]

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Cars had a highly successful run during the 2006 awards season. Many film critic associations such as the and the named it the best Animated Feature Film of 2006. Cars also received the title of Best Reviewed Animated Feature of 2006 from. and received a for the song "Our Town", which later went on to be nominated for the (an award it lost to "I Need to Wake Up" from ). The film also earned an Oscar nomination for, but it lost to. Cars was also selected as the Favorite Family Movie at the. Perhaps the most prestigious award that Cars received was the inaugural. Cars also won the highest award for animation in 2006, the Best Animated Feature. The film was also nominated for in the "Animation" genre.

Cast and characters[]

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Franchise[]

This is a list of characters from the 2006 film,, its 2011 and 2017 sequels: and, its 2013 and 2014 spin-off films: and, its 2006, 2014 and 2017 short films, Vitaminamulch: Air Spectacular and Miss Fritter’s Racing Skoool, and its 2008 television series.

  • Note: A grey cell indicates the character was not in the film.
Film Director(s) Producer(s) Executive Producer(s) Writer(s) Composer(s) Editor(s) Main series
co-directed by: screenplay by:,,, Kiel Murray, Phil Lorin & Jorgen Klubien
story by:, & Jorgen Klubien Ken Schretzmann
co-directed by: Denise Ream screenplay by:
story by:, & Kevin Reher
co-produced by: Andrea Warren screenplay by: Kiel Murray, &
story by:,, & Jonathon E. Stewart Jason Hudak Spin-offs Traci Balthazor-Flynn screenplay by: Jeffrey M. Howard
story by:, & Jeffrey M. Howard Jeremy Milton Bobs Gannaway Ferrell Barron Bobs Gannaway & Jeffrey M. Howard

Other media[]

Video games[]

In May 2007, the Cars video game was announced to be a "Platinum Hit" on the, "Greatest Hit" on the and, and on the. Two sequels were released, being the first one and. A video game based on Cars 2 was developed by and published by for the,,, and on June 21, 2011. The PlayStation 3 version of the game was reported to be compatible with stereoscopic gameplay. In October 2014, Gameloft released Cars: Fast as Lightning, a customizable, city-building racing game for smartphone platforms.

Video game Date released Game system compatible
  • : October 22, 2006
  • : November 16, 2006
  • : November 22, 2006
  • : November 15, 2006
  • : December 7, 2006
  • : December 13, 2006
  • : March 21, 2007
  • : June 5, 2006
,,,,
  • : July 5, 2006
  • : July 13, 2006
  • : June 5, 2006
,
  • : July 13, 2006
  • : June 5, 2006
  • : June 6, 2006
Windows, Mac
  • : July 14, 2006
  • : October 29, 2007
Wii, Nintendo DS,, Xbox 360, Game Boy Advance, PS2, Windows
  • : November 30, 2007
  • : November 29, 2007
  • : October 12, 2009
Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360
  • : October 30, 2009
  • WW: June 29, 2010
Windows, Mac
  • WW: October 19, 2010
Wii
  • : June 21, 2011
Mac, Nintendo DS,, PS3, PSP, Wii,, Windows, Xbox 360
  • : June 23, 2011
  • : July 22, 2011
  • : March 20, 2012
Xbox 360
  • : August 18, 2013
Wii,, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS, Windows
  • : August 20, 2013
  • : June 13, 2017
, PlayStation 3,, Wii U, Xbox 360,
  • : July 14, 2017
  • : July 20, 2017

Similar films[]

From the start, at least two appeared, A Cars Life and The Little Cars, that amounted to being.

It has also been noted that the plot of Cars bears a striking resemblance to that of, the 1991 romantic comedy which stars as a hotshot young doctor, who, after causing a traffic accident in a small town, is sentenced to work at the town hospital, falls in love with a local law student and eventually acquires an appreciation for small town values.

Autobots[]

The Autobots was released in July 2015 by Chinese companies Bluemtv and G-Point. On January 1, 2017, Disney and Pixar were awarded damages in their lawsuit against the two companies. The Shanghai Pudong New Area People's Court ruled that the Chinese film titled The Autobots was an illegal copy of Cars thus fined the film's producer and distributor the equivalent of US4,000. In his defense, director Zhuo Jianrong claimed he had never seen Cars.

A Cars Life[]

A Cars Life was a series animated by the UAV Corporation and distributed by Allumination Filmworks. There were a total of three films issued from 2006 to 2012.

The Little Cars[]

The Little Cars is a big series animated by the Toyland Video () and distributed by Branscome International. There were a total of eight films issued from 2006-2011. Toyland Video considers its "mockbuster" to be following a "Bollywood" approach of borrowing from Hollywood.

Marcus Aurelius Canônico of described series (Os Carrinhos in ), a Brazilian computer graphics film series, as a derivative of Cars. Canônico discussed whether lawsuits from Pixar would appear. The Brazilian posted Marcus Aurelius Canônico's article on its website.

Merchandising[]

The -produced 1/55 Toy Cars were some of the most popular toys of the 2006 Summer Season.[] Dozens of are represented, with some having multiple versions available. Several stores had trouble keeping the toys in stock, and some models are still difficult to find[] because of being shipped in lower numbers than other characters.[]

Some online Disney enthusiasts are comparing it to the same shortage that Mattel faced with its line in 1995.[] On August 14, 2007, the die-cast Sarge car, made between May and July 2007, was recalled due to "impermissible levels of lead" used in the paint. Another Cars product which followed the Disney-Pixar Cars Die-Cast Line were miniature versions of the which were painted in different colors to represent different events called Mini Adventures. Also, will make some sets for the.

On June 22, 2006 Disney Consumer Products announced that Cars merchandise broke records for retail sales based on a Disney-Pixar product, recording 10-to-1 more volume than. DCP reports that product expansion will take place in the fall alongside the DVD release of the film. Mattel has announced that Cars toys will continue through 2008 with the release of at least 80 new vehicles.

A 36 car pack called "Motor Speedway of the South" will feature most of the race cars seen during the opening race sequence of the film. (This is also the name for the track race in the film) Estimates from the indicate that sales of Cars merchandise two weeks out from the release of the film amounted to US0 million. Estimates put out in November by the Walt Disney Company peg total sales for the brand at around  billion.

, a resource for appraising values of vehicles, has humorously "appraised" four of the cars, Lightning McQueen, Mater, Sally Carrera, and Doc Hudson according to their make/model and personalities. The has used scenes from the movie in a commercial regarding the campaign. In conjunction with the film's release, a chocolate on a stick resembling a car was released in Australia. These ice creams were called "Burnouts".

The naming of the particular product sparked controversy as the name "Burnouts" was believed to have encouraged and committing burnouts. These acts are illegal and heavy fines and convictions are issued to those committing these acts in Australia. It is unknown as to whether the products have been discontinued. In Norway, the candy company Nidar produced candy with the characters on the outer packaging and pictures of the characters on the packaging of the assorted candy on the inside. These bags also came with Cars themed tattoos.

In the U.S., an animated truck can be seen on a Walmart advertisements for Cars. In the Walmart TV commercial Mater was talking to the Walmart truck. In South Africa, Italy, and several other countries where is present (or with Opel models under and brand), GM has a campaign featuring a, an, and a as characters in the world of Cars, including TV ads made by Pixar, with the Opel models interacting with Lightning McQueen, Mater and Ramone.

The first ad involved the Opels coming to Radiator Springs as tourists. The second involved their failed attempts at auditioning for Mater. In the end the Opels lost the part to the real Mater. In July 2006, greeting card giant unveiled its line of 2006 Keepsake Christmas ornaments. Among the collection was an ornament featuring Lightning McQueen and Mater. There is also a Cars children's clothing line, which produces various T-shirts and shorts.

In Japan, Disney Japan and backed racing team Cars Racing replaced its racing car " apr MR-S" and introduced the "Lightning McQueen apr MR-S" for the. The car was based on the and the externals of the car were modeled on its of McQueen as much as possible. This include their number change from their original No.101 to McQueen's #95. They won in Race 3 that season.

As of 2011, the Cars franchise has grossed over billion in merchandise sales revenue.

Theme park attractions[]

Cars Land[]

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Cars Land is a 12-acre land located at which contains an entire full-sized recreation of the town of Radiator Springs from the Cars franchise. The land includes restaurants, shops, and three rides: Mater's Junkyard Jamboree,, and, the main "E-Ticket" attraction which is one of the most expensive rides Disney has ever built at a cost of over 0 million. Radiator Springs Racers lets guests race against each other around Ornament Valley while encountering several Cars characters. Cars Land opened on June 15, 2012 with the completion of Disney California Adventure's expansion along with.

Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters opened on March 7, 2016, and replaced, an original Cars Land ride which closed in February 2015 after complaints and injuries.

Cars Four Wheels Rally[]

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Cars Four Wheels Rally (French: Cars Quatre Roues Rallye) is an attraction in at at in 2007. The ride opened one year after Cars showed its first screening on June 9, 2007.[] The attraction's setting is car service station in the small town of Radiator Springs located in the desert. The attraction is surrounded by boulders which imitates the rocky formations of the. The ride system is a highly themed Zamperla Demolition Derby.

Riders begin the attraction by sitting down in one of the generic car-shaped vehicles. The vehicles are located on one of the four spinning plateaus. The attraction's layout is similar to "Francis' Ladybug Boogie" attraction at and the "Whirlpool" at, as the vehicles automatically change from one spinning plateau to the next. The vehicles change plateaus while carrying out the rotation inversion of eight separate vehicles. Cars Race Rally was the first operating Disney ride themed to the Cars franchise.

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