Disney just dropped the trailer for its up and coming activity experience—and in spite of the picture over, it’s not set during COVID times.
All things considered, Disney’s first Southeast Asian princess is by all accounts addressing a 2020 crowd: “My whole life I trained to become a guardian of the dragon gem. But this world has changed, and its people are divided,” Raya says in the first trailer for Raya And The Last Dragon. “Now, to restore peace, I must find the last dragon.” Some may consider Biden a dinosaur, not a winged serpent, but rather ideally peace is reestablished soon in our reality too.
Raya’s reality gives off an impression of being an exciting mix of Temple Of Doom blended in with Mad Max.
The trailer highlights Raya fighting an adversary utilizing arnis sticks, an old Filipino weapon. Southeast Asian watchers have rushed to praise the film’s consideration of Arnis, which is right now the official Philippine national martial arts and sport.
It initially declared that Degrassi: The Next Generation and L.A. Complex star Cassie Steele would voice the personality of Raya, however in August it was accounted for that Star Wars’ Kelly Marie Tran had assumed control over the role.
“I felt so seen, and it was such a blissful feeling,” Tran revealed to Entertainment Weekly of getting the chance to work at the task. “I don’t know if I can even explain it, but it was this surprise. I’ve worked on some things before which obviously weren’t as culturally specific as this, and I don’t think that I knew that I needed that.”
The film was initially scheduled to debut in November, however after COVID-19 postpones the release was bumped to March 2021.
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