New International Trailer for Disney Animation's Next Musical 'Moana'
Adorable! Disney has released an international teaser trailer for the musical Moana, the latest from Disney Animation and co-directors Ron Clements and John Musker (of The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules, The Princess and the Frog). The trailer doesn't feature any dialogue, instead it shows an early scene from the film where a very young Moana learns that she has the power to control the ocean, specifically the water. I love the shot with the turtle swimming by. Auli'i Cravalho voices Princess Moana, and the rest of the cast includes Dwayne Johnson, Alan Tudyk, Phillipa Soo. If you want to see more footage, go back and watch the teaser trailer or wait until the next full-length trailer debuts - hopefully soon. Until then, enjoy.
Here's the newest international trailer for Clements & Musker's musical Moana, found on YouTube:
Princess Moana is a daughter of the chief of her tribe, Coming from a long line of navigators she sets off for a fabled island with her hero, the demi God Maui. Along the voyage they battle the treacherous ocean and all which it hides, all the while learning what the power love between friends can accomplish. Renowned filmmakers Ron Clements & John Musker (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin) are directing the CG-animated comedy-adventure. Clements & Musker's last three animated films include The Princess and the Frog, Treasure Planet and Hercules after the original era of Aladdin and Little Mermaid. Disney will be releasing Clements & Musker's Moana in theaters starting Thanksgiving week, on November 23rd, 2016.
I will be interested to see how much they spent on those water effects. I don't think I have ever seen more realistic fake water. // I also like how they scored with a Japanese song in the spirit of Pacific Islander music.
DAVIDPD on Jul 20, 2016
So cute. I want to hug her.
tarek on Jul 20, 2016
TheOct8pus on Jul 20, 2016
Ok, that was cool. Kids will love it ...
shiboleth on Jul 20, 2016
Damn! As an animator I get so jealous seeing the amazing work being done on these films. The tools they get to work with are spectacular. Making water "act" is incredible!
David Diaz on Jul 21, 2016
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