Thursday, April 21, 2011

Prince William and Queen to appear as wheels in ‘Cars 2’

Excitement over the royal wedding may be deflated as far as grownups are concerned, but children looking forward to the release of Disney Pixar’s latest movie, Cars 2, want to know more about the characters.

That includes Prince Wheeliam.

The regal roadster (namely a Bentley Continental) was one of several characters of British persuasion, introduced this week by the film's promoters. Even the grand-mum herself, will be rolling across the big screen this summer.

The Queen (voice Vanessa Redgrave)
The World Grand Prix is racing through the streets of London, England, and the Queen is quietly elated that she was invited to preside over the finish line by Sir Miles Axlerod. Dotting shades of the most royal blues and never without her jeweled crown, the Queen is the definition of pomp, but that doesn't mean she isn't pumped about the race.

Topper Deckington II
If you're going to London, scenes are bound to include a British double-decker bus. Topper Deckington III is a classic, painted in a vivid shade of red who relishes in his daily Killswitch route through London's famous bustling Petrodilly Circus.

Chauncy Fares

There is no one who knows the sites, streets or shortcuts of London better than the jolly Chauncy Fares, a quintessential London black cab.

Sgt. Highgear
Of course, one cannot present the Queen without a member of her royal regiment. Assigned to London's landmark Buckingham Palace is Sgt. Highgear, easily recognized by a tall bearskin cap, atop his scarlet body, standing guard at his sentry box with pride and conviction.

Prince Wheeliam
To the delight of Prince Wheeliam of England, the final race of the one-of-a-kind World Grand Prix is taking place on the streets of London. Although an avid racing fan, he must remain impartial, but audiences know he's privately rooting for his fellow Brits Lewis Hamilton and Nigel Gearsley to be the first racers across the finish line.

In Cars 2, Lightening McQueen (Owen Wilson) and his friend, the incomparable tow truck Mater (voice of Larry the Cable Guy) head to England to take part in a World Grand Prix, where they will be lining up against Lewis Hamilton. The film is directed by John Lasseter and scheduled for release June 24.

An apt quotation is like a lamp which flings its light over the whole sentence – L.E. Landon

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