Disney+ has released their new animated film as part of Pixar’s ‘SparkShorts’ programme. The movie named Out features Pixar’s first gay character in the lead.
The nine minute film follows the journey of a gay man, Greg, who has just moved to the city with his dog and is yet to reveal his identity to his parents.
Out is being directed by Steven Clay Hunter who is known for his work in Finding Nemo, The Incredibles and WALL-E. It is produced by Max Sachar who also worked on Incredibles 2 and Toy Story 3.
The streaming platform took to Twitter to make the announcement:
The trailer shows Greg practising his lines to say to his parents as he wants to eventually tell them about his boyfriend Manuel.
Besides Out, Disney+ has lately been creating and releasing content for its viewers worldwide in the form of originals or previous popular theatrical releases. In India, Disney+ Hotstar has released a string of Bollywood hits like Angrezi Medium and Bala.
In addition to Bollywood releases, it announced the release of all seasons of animated hits like The Simpsons and Family Guy.
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