Chris Evans Goes to infinity…and beyond like the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the new Disney/Pixar movie Light year. But he admitted to wearing the space suit of the character he was originally voiced for by Tim Allen It was not an easy task at first.
“The first time you have to do that iconic line, ‘To Infinity and Beyond…’ you kind of do a rude impression on Tim Allen. It’s scary,” Evans said. diverse.
A certain macho tone has brazenly become synonymous with Buzz from the start Toy Story The movie premiered in 1995, all thanks to Allen’s voice acting over the course of the four-movie franchise.
Evans said that support Light year boss Angus McClain It was necessary to find his own unique groove like Buzz’s. “Angus and everyone at Pixar were very helpful, and you can let them kind of guide you.” Share Evans.
He added, “Finally feel comfortable enough to create your own trails in the snow and find your own interpretation, while still using Tim Allen as a blueprint.”
Kiki Palmerwho plays alien recruit Izzie Hawthorne in the film, joked that Evans’ performance would thrill fans of all ages.
“Wait guys how did Chris Evans perform Buzz,” Palmer gushed. “A lot of people probably feel, ‘Oh my God, how do you get Buzz back on?'” How do you replace Tim? There is no alternative, but there is some sophistication, and Chris has nailed it. I can’t wait for the kids and the parents to come in.”
After it was First announced Evans will take the titular role in 2020, Light year got first Trailer teaser In October last year. Evans previously released a statement About his choice, sharing how much it means to him to join the ranks of Pixar.
“The phrase ‘a dream come true” gets thrown around a lot, but I’ve never meant it more than that in my life,” he said. “Anyone who knows me knows that my love for animated movies runs deep. I can’t believe I’m going to be part of the Pixar family and work with these truly amazing artists who tell stories unlike anyone else. Watching them work is nothing short of magic. I pinch myself every single day.”
Light year It will premiere in theaters on June 17.
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