Raya And The Lost Dragon is an upcoming American computer-animated fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studios. It is the 59th film produced by the studio. The film is directed by Paul Briggs and Dean Wellins, written by Kiel Murray and Adele Lim. And stars the voices of Cassie Steele and Awkwafina.
Release Date Of Raya And The Lost Dragon
Raya and the Last Dragon is scheduled to be released theatrically in the United States on March 12, 2021.
Disney has finally released a first official poster for the announced and much anticipated Raya and the Last Dragon. Dean Wellins which brings us into the incredible universe of Disney works of art another and amazing princess. That is Raya, of oriental origins.
The Disney animated film was due to hit theaters on November 25, 2020, but Pixar postponed its Soul to November 20 forcing Disney colleagues to postpone the aforementioned film until 2021.
Now the new release date was set for March 12, 2021. This is only the latest postponement of the release of a film in order of time for Disney which has already provided for the postponement of Black Widow again for November
Plot Of The Show Raya And The Lost Dragon
To dub the dragon of Raya and the Last Dragon will be Awkwafina, already seen in Jumanji: The Next Level and protagonist of a reality series of his own Awkwafina Are Nora from Queens.
The narrative setting will be the fantasy world of Kumandra, an exotic land made up of five lands that are threatened by dark evil; it will be up to the heroic Raya to go in search of the last dragon to free her land.
The clear inspiration for the Far Eastern atmosphere is reinforced by the statements. The references to Hong Kong action movies as well as references to Southeast Asian customs.
Animation And Design;
The film is set in a fictional fantasy land called Kumara. It inspired by Southeast Asian cultures from countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Laos. To research the traditions. The production team traveled to Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia.