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Disney and Pixar’s 22 vs Earth Short Revealed

Disney and Pixar have revealed the key art and a clip from 22 vs Earth, the new short set before the events of the Oscar-winning feature film Soul.

22 vs Earth begins streaming exclusively on Disney+ this Friday. You can view the key art and clip below!

Disney and Pixar's 22 vs Earth Short Revealed

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.

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.

“While making Soul, we talked about the why of a new soul not wanting to live on Earth, but it didn’t ultimately belong in that movie,” said Nolting.

“22 vs. Earth was a chance to explore some of the unanswered questions we had about why 22 was so cynical. As a fairly cynical person myself, it felt like perfect material.”

“I think the new souls make the short so fun—the contrast of their pure innocence and delight with the cynical expectations of 22,” added Nolting.

“The other new souls are what 22 once was before she took another path—purely innocent, blank slates to be guided by the counselors in their mostly uneventful journey to the earth portal. 22 sees an opening in that and attempts to guide them herself into her way of thinking.”

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