Pixar’s latest film, Elemental, is launching a multi-city experience at some of the biggest malls around the country. To prepare for the release of the film, Disney and Pixar have created the “Elemental Experience,” an immersive, thematic environment that invites fans into the world of Elemental.
The first stop, at New York City’s Brookfield Place, featured an appearance by Elemental director Peter Sohn, who participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to kick off the event. The experience will be available through May 21st.
The multi-city mall tour features fun film-themed activities for visitors of all ages like photo and video opportunities, a chance to draw with Pixar artists, a movie-ticket grab in a wind tunnel, plus giveaways and special film content. Sponsored by Fandango, Dolby and I’m the Chef Too, Disney and Pixar’s “Elemental Experience” includes the following stops:
- Chicago’s Yorktown Center (May 26-28)
- Dallas’ Stonebriar Centre (June 2-4)
- Los Angeles’ The Americana at Brand (June 10-12)
- San Francisco’s Hillsdale Shopping Center (June 16-18)
These engaging community experience are so much fun, especially for families and kids, and I’m looking forward to attending one myself. Check out images from the New York City event and be sure to watch Elemental, premiering in theaters June 16th!
Disney and Pixar’s “Elemental” is an all-new, original feature film set in Element City, where Fire-, Water-, Earth- and Air-residents live together. The story introduces Ember, a tough, quick-witted and fiery young woman, whose friendship with a fun, sappy, go-with-the-flow guy named Wade challenges her beliefs about the world they live in. Directed by Peter Sohn, produced by Denise Ream, p.g.a., and executive produced by Pete Docter, “Elemental” features a screenplay by John Hoberg & Kat Likkel and Brenda Hsueh with story by Sohn, Hoberg & Likkel and Hsueh. The film’s original score was composed and conducted by Thomas Newman. “Elemental” opens only in theaters on June 16, 2023.
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