Thursday, October 22, 2020

RAYA IS HERE TO FIND THE LAST DRAGON IN THE DYNAMIC FIRST TRAILER FOR DISNEY'S NEW ANIMATED FANTASY ADVENTURE

 RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON
FIRST TRAILER UNLEASHED!
About a year ago Disney showed us the first concept art for their new animated adventure RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON and now we have  a
Raya will arrive into cinemas next March
new poster which shows the lead heroine a bit better, but with that also comes the first exciting trailer for the film that has been postponed for March 12th, 2021 instead of being out this November.

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON
will take place in the fictional Kumandra, a reimagined earth inhabited by an ancient civilization that venerated the mythical dragons for their power and their wisdom. Kumandra’s five distinct clans form the Land of the Dragon, but dragons are long gone and Kumandra
The movie was directed by Don Hall and Carlos Lopes Estrada
has since been invaded by a dark, sinister force. Raya is the hero, a lone warrior on a quest to save her world, determined to find the last dragon who
The film might get pushed again if corona hits us even harder again
she believes has the power to save Kumandra. She is joined on her quest by an armadillo-like sidekick called Tuk Tuk!

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    1. Hope it does not disappoint when it arrives to cinemas.

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  2. My daughter is going to LOVE this one. It may even kick Moana right out of the #1 spot for her. Lol

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    1. She must be the only kid to like Moana LOL

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    2. Really? Everyone here loves Moana. The chicken and the pig from the film are hilarious!

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    3. I think it was one of Disney's forgettable movies, maybe it is more popular there because Hawaii is part of your country, I personally believe they should spread around the world with themes, too many Asian and Polynesian and underwater movies at Disney. I know water is the easiest for the animators, but still....

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    4. Moana is really popular here. Probably right behind Frozen. My favorite is still The Little Mermaid though. :). Tangled is my probably my favorite of the more modern films.

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    5. That could be why it's popular here, for sure. And I agree. Spreading it out would be ideal. However, I think Disney sticks with what they know will be profitable. Like when they did Princess and the Frog and it was a massive flop, they were going to scrap the Disney Princess theme for good because they people were over princesses. Then Tangled and Frozen were box office smashes, so I suppose it was just the AA community didn't go out and support the black princess like they had hoped they would initially. As long as people keep paying for what Disney tosses out there to line their own pockets, we're going to get the same regurgitated shit they've been cramming down our throats for years.

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    6. Tangled was good, I also liked Brave, sad that it did not get enough marketing like some other of Disney's films.

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    7. My son LOVES Brave, probably because of the bears. :). Brave was a cute one. Although, it does give me internal guilt for giving my mother a hard time growing up!

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    8. I love all the greenery in it.

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  3. Raya looks good. I need me an armadillo sidekick. He may be getting too big, but I bet he'd be handy to roll over the people we don't like :P

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    1. He's the only cute thing in this one for me. I thought that first burglary scene in the trailer was very off putting. Tuk Tuk saved the day, but I'm not overly excited, it definitely won't be a hit like Frozen.

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