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New 'Cars 2' Clip Drives Into the Web

April 4, 2011 (7:25 am) GMT
The video reveals Finn McMissile trying to save himself in race with a group of cars, before making decision to jump into the water.
New 'Cars 2' Clip Drives Into the Web

Fresh "" clip has gone online. Opened with director John Lasseter welcoming viewers in a slightly villain-spy manner, the clip of the "" sequel reveals a scene where Finn McMissile is in race with a group of cars which are apparently trying to attack him. When he is cornered, he chooses to drive backward and jumps into the water.

The animated film shares a story about Lightning McQueen and Mater who compete in the first World Grand Prix to determine the world's fastest car. But the road to the championship is filled with plenty of potholes, detours and hilarious surprises when Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage.

Torn between assisting Lightning McQueen in the high-profile race and towing the line in a top-secret spy mission, Mater's action-packed journey leads him on an explosive chase through the streets of Japan and Europe, trailed by his friends and watched by the whole world.

In the film, which is directed by John Lasseter, will reprise his job as the voice provider for McQueen, while provides the voice for Mater. Other voice cast include , , , , , , and John Ratzenberger. The film is slated to grace U.S. theaters on June 24.



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