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“Brave” Trailer Premieres!

“If you had the chance to change your fate, would you?”

After much anticipation, the full theatrical trailer for Brave is now streaming! Our latest look at the Mark Andrews-directed epic gives audiences a taste of the voice performances that will accompany Pixar’s epic story and stunning animation. Watch:

Brave opens in the US & Canada on June 22, 2012.

Looks like Brave is shaping up to be a wonderful film! Your thoughts?

7 Responses to “Brave” Trailer Premieres!

  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t really know what to think. It doesn’t look like anything they’ve done before. I just hope it’s good.

  2. pixar mania says:

    Hey, it’s amazing to see how much they evolved.
    How Brave of Pixar to take the new step up, never make a same movie over again.
    “Amassing, all ov it. Moiks tears an ma oeyes”
    Thank you PixarPlanet!

  3. Anonymous says:

    This movie looks so…un-Pixar like. Even more so then Cars 2. It’s not even distinguishable as a Pixar film to me. Wonder what the outcome will be…

    -Phin68

  4. Anonymous says:

    Ghibli is fading away in Japan. Cue in Pixar. And, could Pixar please beat Spirited Away(2001) as the highest-grossing animated movie here in Japan? At least beat Ponyo.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I love nothing more than a solid Pixar film, but this unfortunately, looks like a shaky Disney movie with the stylings of Dreamworks. I pray that they too have not fallen by the wayside like every other company has succumb to.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The princess is BEAUTIFUL. The animation and character design for her are gorgeous. And that hair… it’s crazy! I love it! Kinda sexy haha This will be Pixar’s first heroin, I really hope they do it right!

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’m hoping for the best here, but the story seems like another pseudo girl-empowerment Disney film lacking the creativity Pixar’s concepts usually have, and I am not in love the the aesthetics, either. Merida’s character design is good, but to be perfectly honest, if I saw this trailer with no context, I would confidently guess it to be a Dreamworks film.

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