Cars 2 2011 Disney Pixar Film Sequel | Lightning McQueen, Mater



What's your review of the 2011 Disney Pixar film sequel Cars 2? It's directed by John Lasseter and Bradford Lewis, and stars Owen Wilson (Lightning McQueen) and Larry the Cable Guy (Mater). #Cars #Cars2 #Pixar Do you want to watch the Cars sequel? Did you enjoy the full movie or just parts of it? Scroll down for more information!


About the Second Cars Film


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): 汽车总动员2, 反斗车王2, 汽車總動員2, Tachki 2


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Cars 2 plot from IMDb: "Star race car Lightning McQueen and his pal Mater head overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix race. But the road to the championship becomes rocky as Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage."


The trailer can be found online.


Cast and Characters (descriptions from Wikipedia):

Larry the Cable Guy as Mater, a Southern-accented tow truck from Radiator Springs who becomes sidetracked with espionage.

Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen, a Piston Cup racecar.

Michael Caine as Finn McMissile, a British spy car.

Emily Mortimer as Holley Shiftwell, a beautiful young British desk agent, new to field work.

John Turturro as Francesco Bernoulli, McQueen's main racing rival from Italy.

Eddie Izzard as Sir Miles Axlerod, a British electric car who created Allinol and the World Grand Prix. He is later revealed to be the mastermind.

Thomas Kretschmann as Professor Zündapp, the doctor from Germany, Axlerod's assistant. Kretschmann reprised the role in the German dubbing of the movie.

Joe Mantegna and Peter Jacobson as Grem and Acer: Professor Zündapp's henchmen.

Bruce Campbell as Rod "Torque" Redline, an American spy car.

Tony Shalhoub as Luigi

Darrell Waltrip as Darrell Cartrip

Guido Quaroni as Guido

Brent Musburger as Brent Mustangburger

Colin Cowherd as Colin Cowling

Jason Isaacs as:

Siddeley, an Gulfstream V spy jet.

Leland Turbo, a British agent car who sent the video message to Finn and is crushed into a cube by lemons.

David Hobbs as David Hobbscap. Jacques Villeneuve voiced the character in the French dubbing of the movie.

Stanley Townsend as Vladimir Trunkov/Ivan/Victor Hugo

Lloyd Sherr as Fillmore/Tony Trihull

Paul Dooley as Sarge

Michel Michelis as Tomber

Sig Hansen as Crabby the Boat

Franco Nero as Uncle Topolino. Nero reprised the role in the Italian dubbing of the movie.[12]

Vanessa Redgrave as Mama Topolino/The Queen. In the Italian dubbing of the movie, Sophia Loren voiced Mama Topolino,[13] while Redgrave reprised the role of the Queen.[12]

Bonnie Hunt as Sally Carrera

Cheech Marin as Ramone

Jenifer Lewis as Flo

Michael Wallis as Sheriff

Katherine Helmond as Lizzie

John Ratzenberger as Mack

Jeff Garlin as Otis

Patrick Walker as Mel Dorado

Lewis Hamilton as Lewis Hamilton

Velibor Topic as Alexander Hugo

Greg Ellis as Nigel Gearsley

John Mainier as J. Curby Gremlin

Brad Lewis as Tubbs Pacer

Richard Kind as Van

Edie McClurg as Minny

Teresa Gallagher as Mater's Computer

Jeff Gordon as Jeff Gorvette

John Lasseter as John Lassetire


Directed by John Lasseter

Screenplay by Ben Queen

Story by John Lasseter, Brad Lewis, Dan Fogelman

Produced by Denise Ream

Cinematography: Jeremy Lasky, Sharon Calahan

Edited by Stephen Schaffer

Music by Michael Giacchino

Production companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios

Distributed by Walt Disney Studios, Motion Pictures

Release dates: June 18, 2011 (Hollywood), June 24, 2011 (United States)

Running time: 106 minutes

Budget: $200 million

Box office: $559.8 million