WHO’S IN IT?

Owen Wilson (Wedding Crashers), Armie Hammer (Free Fire), Cristela Alonzo (The Angry Birds Movie), Larry the Cable Guy (Delta Farce), Bonnie Hunt (The Green Mile), Tony Shalhoub (Spy Kids), Guido Quaroni (Monsters Inc), Chris Cooper (American Beauty), Lloyd Sherr (Revenge of the Nerds), Michael Wallis (Cars), Paul Dooley (Insomnia), Kerry Washington (Django Unchained), Nathan Fillion (Serenity), Lea DeLaria (The First Wives Club), Bob Peterson (Finding Nemo), Cheech Marin (The Lion King), Jenifer Lewis (Sister Act), John Ratzenberger (Toy Story), Katherine Helmond (Brazil), Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Cedar Rapids), Margo Martindale (Win Win)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Brian Fee (film debut), director; Kiel Murray (Cars), Bob Peterson (Up) and Mike Rich (Finding Forrester), writers; Kevin Reher (A Bug’s Life), producer; Randy Newman (Toy Story), composer; Jeremy Lasky (Finding Nemo), Michael Sparber (film debut) and Kim White (film debut), cinematographers; Jason Hudak (film debut), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Legendary racing car Lightning McQueen (Wilson) suddenly finds himself thrust out of the game after being blindsided by a new generation of faster, slicker racers. Determined to prove to the world that he’s not ready to quit, Lightning calls upon the help of eager race technician Cruz Ramirez (Alonzo) to get back into action…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

If you’re still curious about the direction in which Pixar’s Cars franchise is heading – and after the abysmal Cars 2, we wouldn’t blame you if you no longer cared – then this should be the most surprising one out of the bunch.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 14TH JULY 2017