February 21, 2017  

First Teaser Trailer for 'Cars 2' Highlights 'Newest Secret Agents'

October 21, 2010 (7:12 am) GMT
The video promotes 'the most advanced technology' and 'the most exotic locations' that will be featured in the upcoming animation.
First Teaser Trailer for 'Cars 2' Highlights 'Newest Secret Agents'

Walt Disney Pictures has released the first teaser trailer for "". Barely sharing any scene from the movie, the video teases that the upcoming animation will feature "the most advanced technology", "the most exotic locations" and "the world's newest secret agents" with "the most dangerous assignments".

The said "secret agents" are apparently none other than beloved characters from "", Lightning McQueen and Mater, as they are exposed at the end of the teaser. In the sequel, the two will travel around the globe for the Race of Champions, visiting different countries including Tokyo, Italy, Germany, Monte Carlo, Paris and London.

During this race, Mater will provide this animated comedy movie with an action adventure twist. The intellectually-challenged tow truck will get involved in a "Hitchcockian" case of mistaken identity, save the life of a British secret agent called Finn McMissile, and become embroiled in a huge spy thriller.

"" producer Brad Lewis serves as helmer for "Cars 2". and return to voice McQueen and Mater respectively in the comedy, which is set to arrive in the U.S. on June 24, 2011.



TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Priscilla Presley's Taking Care of Lisa Marie Presley's Twin Girls Amid Nasty Custody Battle
  2. Pregnant Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Covers Baby Bump in Trench Coat on Lunch Date With Jason Statham
  3. Fergie Shows Off Pert Derriere in Cheeky Instagram Picture
  4. George Clooney Finally Opens Up About Amal's Pregnancy
  5. Adele Named Top Music Legend of the Future
  6. Taron Egerton Is Seen Filming 'Robin Hood: Origins' in Croatia
  7. Possible 'Jurassic World 2' Plot Details Revealed
  8. 'Sherlock' Could Get Axed, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's Busy Schedules Are to Blame