Peter Quill and Peter Parker Team Up In Pixar’s Onward First Trailer

If you enjoyed them both in Avengers: Endgame, you might just love them in Pixar‘s next film Onward. The upcoming film sees Peter Quill and Peter Parker (aka Chris Pratt  & Tom Holland) reunite as the voices of two teenage elf brothers. Brothers who embark on an on a grand and glorious quest to discovery what extraordinary magic that’s left out there.

This film marks Pixar’s first original film that’s not an sequel which is directed by Monsters University director Dan Scanlon. The trailer doesn’t give us an insight into the brother’s actual quest, a teaser of the world the brothers live in. It’s a essentially a ‘first look’ promo and still an exciting promo especially as its a world of garden gnomes, trolls and flying unicorns.

Pratt and Holland’s chemistry be it only their voice is convincing and director Scanlon has stated the film will reflect his own personal journey with his own brother.

Check out the First Look UK Trailer below…

Set in a suburban fantasy world, Disney-Pixar’s Onward introduces two teenage elf brothers who embark on an extraordinary quest to discover if there is still a little magic left in the world. Featuring Tom Holland as the voice of Ian Lightfoot, and Chris Pratt as the voice of Ian’s older brother, Barley.

The film also stars the voices of Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Octavia Spencer.

Pixar Onward will be released in the UK and Ireland from March 2020.

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