‘Luca’ to be voiced by Jacob Tremblay and Jack Dylan Grazer

After the release of the first trailer for ‘Luca’, Pixar has revealed the cast of the dubbing of the animation, which will lead Jacob Tremblay to give voice to the protagonist.

Jack Dylan Grazer (“Shazam!”, “It: The Thing”) and Emma Berman (“Dear Mom”) are also part of the cast.

Grazer will give the floor to Alberto, Luca’s best friend, and Berman will be Giulia, a girl who becomes the tour guide and the younger friend of the two strange visitors.

In the plot, the two friends embark on fun adventures through the most exciting landscapes of the Italian Riviera, as they also hide a secret about their true identity.

In fact, Luca Paguro and Alberto Scorfano are sea creatures that take on human form when on solid ground.

Recalling that the premiere is scheduled for June 18 of this year.

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The production is a ripe story about a boy who shares adventures on the Italian Riviera with his new best friend. But a dark secret about his true identity can threaten that connection.

According to the director of the feature film, Enrico Casarosa, the animation mixes elements of its history while growing up in Genoa, bringing in fragments referring to “The Little Mermaid” and the works of legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki.

Recently, Casarosa (‘La Luna’) reflected on the content of the plot:

“It’s a deeply personal story for me, not only because it takes place on the Italian Riviera, where I grew up, but because it celebrates the value of childhood friendships. This phase usually defines the path we take in our lives and the kind of people we are going to become, “Luca” talks about exactly. In addition to the beauty and charm of the Italian coast, the film presents an unforgettable adventure that will change the life of the protagonist and the audience.

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