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Lightyear’s new trailer introduces Buzz’s creepy robot cat

A new full-length trailer for Pixar's Lightyear has been released, ahead of the animated movie's release in June 2022

He’s a starman waiting in the sky. Emphasis on man, not toy. The new Pixar movie with the confusing concept, Lightyear, has a new trailer and we actually get to hear Chris Evans’ voice this time. He is also joined by a creepy robot cat companion called Sox.

The new trailer gives more context about where Buzz is and what he’s trying to achieve. Stranded on a hostile planet filled with aliens that are constantly attacking, Buzz and his human (not toy!) companions are striving to find a way home. The trailer starts with Buzz saying “A year of work for a four minute flight. Isn’t that something?” before his feet are swiped from under him by a long green tentacle.

We then hear Evans’ voiceover saying; “Buzz Lightyear Mission Log. After a full year of being marooned on this planet, our first test flight is a go. Let’s get everyone home.” As Buzz launches into what looks like warp-speed or hyper-drive or whatever those sci-fi words are, Starman by David Bowie starts playing.

We then see Buzz unboxing a ginger robot cat who says; “Hi I’m Sox, your personal companion robot” The hostilities continue with Buzz being pursued by “just a massive robot.” With his constant blank stare and monotone voice, Sox says; “That was utterly terrifying and I regret having joined you.”

You can watch the trailer below;

Lightyear will be released in June 2022. We still don’t know to what extent it will have a theatrical release, after Pixar’s last four films were all affected by the pandemic – Soul, Luca and the upcoming Turning Red all went (or are going) straight to Disney Plus and Onward’s release unfortunately coincided with the first lockdowns in March 2020.

If you’re as excited for Lightyear as we are, check out our guide to the best animated movies.