Disney Plus Announces New Pixar SparkShort Titled “Out”

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If you are a fan of the Disney Pixar’s SparkShort Series on Disney Plus, you are in luck!

Walt Disney Television Animation News announced the new Pixar SparkShort film on their Twitter account. The tweet reads “Disney Plus has announced a brand new Pixar SparkShort: Out. Slated to debut on May 22.”

Related: Disney+ Launches With Six New Pixar SparkShorts Available To Stream

Though we don’t have much information to go off of, if you look closely at what is in the dog’s mouth, you will notice the character Wheezy from the popular Disney Pixar film franchise, Toy Story. So it could be a possibility this new Pixar SparkShort will be related to Woody and the rest of the gang.

We are counting down the days until May 22, 2020 so we can see what this adorable pup is going to be up too in the newest short from Pixar’s SparkShort Series!

Related: Pixar Releases Newest Short Film “Smash and Grab” as Part of SparkShorts Series

Pixar SparkShort
Credit: Walt Disney Television Animation News

Pixar SparkShorts

Jim Morris, President, Pixar Animation Studios, describes Pixar SparkShorts as:

The SparkShorts program is designed to discover new storytellers, explore new storytelling techniques, and experiment with new production workflows. These films are unlike anything we’ve ever done at Pixar, providing an opportunity to unlock the potential of individual artists and their inventive filmmaking approaches on a smaller scale than our normal fare.

Related: Pixar SparkShort Film ‘Float’ on Disney+ Gives Autism a Voice and Viewers Perspective By Showcasing An Autistic Person

Credit: Pixar

Some of the Pixar SparkShort short films that are currently available to stream on Disney+ are:

  • Float 
  • Kitbull
  • Purl
  • Smash and Grab 
  • Wind
  • Loop

If you are not yet signed up for Disney Plus, you can get more information by visiting the official Disney Plus homepage here.

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