Pixar’s Lightyear introduces Chris Evans’ animated character Buzz, and new artwork merges Chris Evans’ animated avatar with his Knives Out antagonist.
Space Ranger was first brought to life by Tim Allen as an astronaut action figure in Toy Story in 1995, when he unexpectedly makes a connection with an old fashioned pull-string cowboy doll called Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks).
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This film’s and its 1999 sequel’s popularity led to a spin-off series called Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, in which the principal voice actor was replaced by Patrick Warburton. This means that Chris Evans will be playing Lightyear’s next human counterpart, which will serve as the genesis story for the Toy Story action figure.
Following Buzz Lightyear in his early days as a Star Command Space Ranger, Disney and Pixar’s next film will be released in 2017. Evans is voicing the title character in this movie, which was initially introduced at Disney Investor Day last year.
Boss Logic, a well-known online artist, has released a new work in which the head of Buzz Lightyear is placed on Chris Evans’ torso. Following the release of the first teaser for Lightyear, this is what we have now. Chris’ character from Knives Out, who is wearing the character’s distinctive sweaters, has been reimagined with his face on it. His Marvel character is also hinted to by the fact that he seems to be clutching a little Mjolnir in his hands while in the image above.
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