Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Star Command. Star Command do you read? This is star command. You are clear to launch in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... We have liftoff! Permission to fly with style? Permission granted. Wow! Yeah! Andre, we're back. Oh, we just can't get enough of Lightyear. The sci-fi action origin story of the legendary space ranger, Buzz Lightyear, who embarks on an intergalactic adventure alongside a group of ambitious recruits and his robot companion, socks. Now, let's hear from the cadet cast and crew of Lightyear. Today, we're gonna play Two Truths and a Lie, space edition. We're gonna do our best to pick the lie amongst the facts about our space and the making of Lightyear. - To infinity... - and beyond. Red dwarf stars are the most common kind of star in our universe. There are seven main types of spectral stars. Red or orange colored stars have higher temperatures than blue or white colored stars. I'll say the lie is that the red dwarf stars are the most common star in the planet. We think the temperatures are wrong. - Yeah. - We're saying temperatures are a lie. That last one I think is a lie. Right on. A lightyear is a unit of astronomical distance equivalent to the distance that light travels in one year. A lightyear is equivalent to about 10 trillion miles. And the sun is 0.00001581 lightyears away from Earth. The idea that a lightyear is equivalent to about 10 trillion miles... Is that the lie? We think the trillion. I think... uh, we both agree that a lightyear is equivalent to about 10 trillion miles. - We think that may not be true. - Yes. - We were scared. We were like... - Yes, I was like... Okay, good, we got it. We know our science. Okay, done. Lightyear is Pixar's first sci-fi action epic and it tells the definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear, our favorite space ranger. Buzz is a character I've worked with for 25 years. And I've always been really close to this character, so Lightyear is everything I ever wanted in a sci-fi movie about Buzz Lightyear exploring the world of Buzz Lightyear. One of the most exciting things that we got to add to the character of Buzz Lightyear that audience hadn't seen before is what Buzz would look like in normal clothes. It was really exciting to bring these kinds of costumes for Buzz to the screen. Building the sets and designing the world. That was the most exciting part for me. 'Cuz it's a thing that you've never got to see of the character, you've never gotten to see the world that he inhabits. I think it's interesting to take a character like Buzz Lightyear, the toy, and base a movie around Buzz Lightyear, the human, and really have the opportunity to explore his fallibility, to explore what makes him human, giving audiences a peek into an old favorite in a different way is really, really exciting and maybe makes them go look at the toy version slightly differently as well. Don't miss Lightyear, streaming august 3rd on Disney+.