“ Raya and the Last Dragon ” is Disney’s upcoming animation, and to promote the feature, screenwriter Adele Lim, who signs the story alongside Qui Nguyen, has revealed details about the narrative and what were his main inspirations for the plot.
In an interview with ComicBook.com, Lim said it was based on his own childhood in Southeast Asia and also strong female characters from kung fu films for animation.
“In terms of people’s inspirations, at the beginning there are several things, like growing up in South East Asia and watching several kung fu movies. The spirit of the female characters, who have stayed with me for a long time, could still overwhelm you. And I liked the idea. […] We have great women leaders, they were great warriors and very autonomous. We wanted Raya to be like that too ”.
For R $ 69.90 and for the limited time between March 5 and 19, Disney + subscribers will be able to view and replay the animation as many times as they want on their favorite devices, at the same time as the movie is. broadcast in theaters.
Premier Access subscribers will see the animation as soon as they click on the exclusive area, with no deadline to view it, without interruption and without any other limitations than those already stipulated in the subscription contract and as long as they keep their subscription active. .
For subscribers who do not opt for Premier Access, “Raya and the Last Dragon” will be available on Disney + from April 23 at no additional cost.
Directed by Hall and Carlos López Estrada, the film is Disney’s 59th animation and its first fantasy adventure inspired by the cultures of Southeast Asia.
Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when an evil force threatened the earth, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, the same evil has returned and it’s up to a lone warrior, Raya, to find the last legendary dragon to restore the shattered land and its divided people. However, throughout her journey, she will learn that it will take more than one dragon to save the world – trust and teamwork will also be required.
Kelly Marie Tran stars in the production, giving Raya a voice. The cast also includes Awkwafina as Sisu, Gemma Chan as Namaari, Daniel Dae Kim as Benja, Sandra Oh as Virana and Benedict Wong as Tong.
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