Cars’ Lightning McQueen is now in Metro Manila
Can’t get enough of Cars movie? You should! Especially now that you can actually see, touch and have a selfie with the life-size replica of Lightning McQueen!
The Walt Disney Company (Philippines) and SM Cinema recently launched the replica with former racing champ and three-timer Karter of the year awardee, Matteo Guidicelli.
On July 26, Cars 3 movie will be released in all SM Cinemas nationwide. But if you’re in Metro Manila, especially near Quezon City, drop-by at SM North Edsa and get to see Lightning McQueen replica until July 26.
Hello Lightning Mcqueen!!! In theaters on July 26. Can't wait! #cars #cars3 #disney #movie
Afterwards, the replica will race its way to the different malls in Metro Manila: S Maison (July 28 to August 8), SM Southmall (August 10 to 20), and SM City Fairview (August 22 to September 3).
All movie goers and shoppers can also enjoy exciting activities and exclusive Cars 3 toys and collectibles by Mattel.
About Cars 3
Time flies so fast, it has been more than ten years since the first “Cars” film was released. However, Lightning McQueen remains as an iconic character today.
This year’s Cars movie will show how Lightning’s confidence would be tested by the new cars on track.
Blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary champion finds himself suddenly pushed out of the sport he loves. Suddenly, he finds his dominance in the sport, as well as the confidence that got him there – threatened by younger, faster cars. Determined to get back into pole position, #95 must decide if his love for racing is enough to fuel the comeback of his life.
Cars 3 features Owen Wilson as the voice of Lightning McQueen, Cristela Alonzo voices tech-savvy Cruz Ramirez, who tries to help Lightning return to greatness, and Armie Hammer lends his voice to next-gen racer Jackson Storm, whose high-tech speed leaves Lightning Behind.
Directed by Brian Fee, produced by Kevin Reher and co-produced by Andrea Warren, Cars 3 is executive produced by John Lasseter, who directed the first two films in the franchise.