Elemental | Official Trailer

Elemental | Official Trailer

This Summer, meet the residents of Element City

Watch the new trailer for Disney and Pixar’s #Elemental and see the movie in 3D, only in theaters June 16!

Check out a brand-new trailer for Disney and Pixar’s “Elemental,” an all-new original feature film that transports moviegoers to an extraordinary place called Element City, where a host of elements live and work. The trailer showcases each element—air, earth, water and fire—and what sets them apart according to Ember, a quick-witted and fiery woman who’s always stayed close to home in Firetown. In “Elemental,” which opens in theaters on June 16, she finally ventures out of her comfort zone to explore this spectacular world born from the imaginations of Pixar’s filmmakers and specifically crafted for the big-screen experience. Element City is inspired by big cities around the globe and embraces theorized contributions from each elemental community—from giant pine-tree-like buildings and waterfall skyscrapers to a tornado-shaped arena called Cyclone Stadium.

Joining the previously announced voice cast including Leah Lewis and Mamoudou Athie as Ember and Wade, respectively, are Ronnie del Carmen as Ember’s soon-to-be retired dad, Bernie; Shila Ommi as Ember’s love-seeking mom, Cinder; Wendi McLendon-Covey as Wade’s stormy and Air-Ball-loving boss, Gale; Catherine O’Hara as Wade’s welcoming mom, Brook; Mason Wertheimer as Ember’s admiring earth neighbor, Clod; and Joe Pera as an overgrown city bureaucrat, Fern.

Directed by Peter Sohn, produced by Denise Ream, p.g.a., and executive produced by Pete Docter, “Elemental” features a screenplay by John Hoberg & Kat Likkel and Brenda Hsueh with story by Sohn, Hoberg & Likkel and Hsueh. The film’s original score was composed and conducted by Thomas Newman.

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47 Responses

  1. Vailskibum says:

    It feels like an explosion of color in every shot

  2. Xenoraniumwolf says:

    This is the kind of quality I expect from Disney and Pixar to make. I’m glad to finally get a movie that goes back to being imaginative with its characters and its world building. I definitely look forward to seeing Ember and Wade in the big screen come release day.

    • ꧁ঔৣ☬ 𝒔𝒂𝒏𝒈𝒓𝒊𝒂 𝒘𝒊𝒏𝒆 ☬ঔৣ꧂ says:

      @Deleted Devil Deleted Angel It’s a pretty bad movie

    • ThatVeganStudent says:

      Basically every Pixar film since 2020 except lightyear was new, original, and well recieved. Disney has been falling off since wreck it Ralph 2 though.

    • da ArTIsT himself says:

      You’re right but did designs of The characters are kind of hit or miss

    • Lindsay H says:

      @Deleted Devil Deleted Angel Came out last year. Nominated for an Oscar.

    • Deleted Devil Deleted Angel says:

      @Lindsay H whats turning red? Havent heard of that movie in my life 🤔

  3. HabitualJoker says:

    “You can’t be together, you are different!” is obviously the message they are wishing to tear down in this movie. Looks very visually striking.

    • L'Chaim Shekelgold says:

      Interesting how these movies have no villains besides the parents

    • Lindsay H says:

      It kind of looks like it has a heavy side helping of “you don’t have to be who your parents want you to be if you have other goals” to it as well.

    • HabitualJoker says:

      @Nick Pancakes yep, my thoughts exactly

    • Nick Pancakes says:

      kinda wish they chose a message that hasn’t been done thousands of times before… hopefully they’re gonna do something to shake it up. If that’s really the moral of the story, I watched the trailer and already saw everything I needed to see

  4. David Rule says:

    Pixar never fails to impress me with their originality. And as part of Disney’s 100th anniversary celebrations, I still cannot wait to see the film.

    • LIVEDERAD says:

      Originality lol. It’s literally Avatar the last airbender with the artstyle of Inside out and Zootopia. I wouldn’t be surprised if at the end the fire girl will be able to become “who see was meant to be” type character. And possibly be able to associate with any elements and “co-exist”.

    • Lime Roblox Gaming ! says:

      ​@Carter Rex lol

    • Gorg says:

      @Carzia_Speed⚡️ it’s never was this was done long time ago so this is getting boring

    • Carzia_Speed⚡️ says:

      Fire boy and water girl they stole that idea so it’s not original /j

    • Gorg says:

      @Zeema ! it hasnt

  5. Ravi Ahuja says:

    Perfect, a trailer that doesn’t spoil the plot & gives us just enough to leave us wanting more.

    • Super Bodoque says:

      ​@Empathy Advocate you gotta remember a lot of people talk like they’re part of a hive mind, you ask them a specific thing about what is it that they hate/like about something and they won’t be able to tell you why, they just know they’re supposed to like it or hate it

    • Empathy Advocate says:

      Are you a robot? because this trailer literally showed us most of the movie. Literally one of the most cliché things Pixar has ever done. “Girl finds herself after meeting a goofy man who lets her be herself instead of doing what everyone else tells her to do”

      Yea man, that has been done in a million movies already. Also you have another comment on this video which makes me think that a ton of these positive comments are indeed bots.

  6. Mong Ji says:

    Pixar never disappoints. Always delivering best visual with best writting.

  7. Thumper says:

    Now imagine if Pixar keep doing more originals than sequels. This looks great

    • David Roarty says:

      yeah, i mean I enjoyed Soul, Luca, and Turning Red, but Pete Docter who still runs Pixar since July 2018 as Chief Creative Officer, the sequel to Inside Out comes out Father’s Day Weekend 2024, also I think this is the first Pixar Original movie idea greenlit by Pete Docter himself too, and its directed by Peter Sohn(The Good Dinosaur)

    • King Emerald says:

      @Ryan Stauffer  you should blame John for the sequels because he probably green lit or forced them to do most of them sure Disney may have wanted them because of money but it’s mainly a Lasseter thing don’t forget that he was a creative officer so it sort of makes sense as to why he wayed in on more sequels instead of making original films so after he left it was doctor that tried to fix things

    • Ian Jenn says:

      It doesn’t look great. It’s so cliched. It’s just another zootopia.

    • Luigi Marinus Gaming says:

      @Bitstim and Wesker 5 including Lightyear

    • Bitstim and Wesker says:

      ​​@Tyler Varney Soul is definetly the superior out of the 4 originals from 2020-22.

  8. 𝑫𝒂𝒗𝒊𝒔 𝑺𝒕𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒏𝒔 says:

    This is a perfect example of how you do a trailer. You’re not getting a synopsis or plot of the the entire movie, but it perfectly gives you a setting and a vibe. That’s a trailer!!!

    • JustTrollingAlong says:

      No, it very much felt like they gave us everything.
      After a few decades of watching and reading stories, you can already tell what’s going to happen.
      I can’t even watch Moon Girl because before the set up even finishes you know everything that’s going to happen.

    • David Wallgren says:

      @cécilia slepmet Like what?

    • cécilia slepmet says:

      Very true. I cannot tell how many trailers I had to stop watching because they were showing too much

    • David Wallgren says:

      @leGACy’s legacy Did that trailer have that much detail? Do you even know how everything will go down? Which of those clips do you think are part of the climax? What if some aren’t?

    • David Wallgren says:

      @Quinn Houk  Did THAT random clip have much detail? Seriously, I don’t think you know the difference between what are spoilers and what aren’t.

  9. Ethan Hoffer says:

    It’s insane that Pixar can take a simple concept and make it look THIS beautiful!

  10. OnePresence says:

    I absolutely LOVE the animation here. It’s super gorgeous! Every character has an unique art style and the world looks so colorful, expressive and vibrant. The story looks cute too. I can’t wait to see this one in theaters. Pixar and Dreamworks are the kings of 3D animation.

    • blaze studios entertainment says:

      Dont forget Sony pictures animation cuz they changed 3D animation with Spider-Man into the spider verse

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