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Pixar’s newest film is now streaming

Pixar Animation Studios’ latest movie is now available on Disney+. After their theatrical runs, new movies from Disney-owned studios like Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm are sent exclusively to Disney+. In celebration of Pixar’s Lightyear’s birthday, the origin story of the beloved character has finally arrived on Disney+ for all to enjoy.

About a month and a half after the film was released in theaters, Disney+ added Lightyear to its streaming lineup. A Disney+ subscription allows fans to see how Buzz Lightyear evolved from a toy to a beloved icon as he embarks on a space adventure with Star Command.

Chris Evans takes over the role of Buzz in Lightyear after Tim Allen voiced the toy version for decades. There is no doubt that this take on Buzz is different from the one you’re used to seeing.

“Since he’s one of Toy Story’s side characters, we wanted to figure out how to translate it into a main character, but with a certain aesthetic, a certain sensibility that felt like it was driven by something,” director Angus MacLane told ComicBook.com.

“We spent a lot of time trying to make something else. If you see Toy Story again, you imagine a whole movie [with Buzz], where he runs around saying, ‘Well, I’m going over here. I’m going over there. Oh no, look at the monsters!’ You get tired of that pretty quickly. So some of the revelations of how we were able to make it more well rounded were critical for maintaining a feature.”

Source: comicbook

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