There’s not a whole lot to say about a 38-second clip for a 10-minute short, but Pixar’s Lava certainly looks charming enough. The studio doesn’t have a feature film slated for release this year, at least not since they pushed The Good Dinosaur to 2015, so this clip could be all we get from them for a while. The short is a “musical love story” that revolves around two anthropomorphic volcanoes, and now you can hear one of those volcanoes (named Uku) sing.
Directed by James Ford Murphy, the short will play in front of Inside Out in theaters starting June 19, 2015. So, yeah, almost a year away. Hit the jump to check out the Lava clip!
Here’s the official synopsis for Lava:
Inspired by the isolated beauty of tropical islands and the explosive allure of ocean volcanoes, “LAVA” is a musical love story that takes place over millions of years.
Pixar Lava Clip
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