Hang on as we go on another adventure with Disney Pixar’s 22 vs. Earth, Arriving on Disney+ April 30th, 2021. The new short is set before the events of Disney and Pixar’s Oscar®-winning feature film Soul.
22 vs. Earth Arriving on Disney+ April 30th
Check out the all-new key art and clip from Disney and Pixar’s “22 vs. Earth.” The new short, set before the events of Disney and Pixar’s Oscar®-winning feature film “Soul,” begins streaming exclusively on Disney+ this Friday.
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New Short Streams Exclusively on Disney+ Beginning April 30
22 vs. Earth
In “22 vs. Earth,” 22 defies the rules of The Great Before and refuses to go to Earth, enlisting a gang of five other new souls in her attempt at rebellion. However, as her cohorts’ activities lead to unexpected results, 22’s subversive plot may actually lead to a surprising revelation about the meaning of life.
Watch a quick clip of 22 vs. Earth First Look on youtube.
Featuring the voices of Tina Fey (22), Richard Ayoade (Counselor Jerry), and Alice Braga (Counselor Jerry), the short is directed by Kevin Nolting and produced by Lourdes Marquez Alba.
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