Disney has launched the second trailer for Raya and the Last Dragon, giving the perfect look but on the upcoming animated fantasy movie, which is ready to hit each theaters and Disney Plus’ Premier Entry program on March fifth.

The brand new trailer sees Raya (voiced by Kelly Marie Tran) placing collectively a crew of warriors and con artists (together with a surprisingly nimble child) to affix her on a quest to search out the titular “final dragon,” which legends promise can save her folks. However, because the trailer reveals, the legendary dragon, Sisu (voiced by Awkwafina) seems to be, in her personal phrases “that one child [in a group project] who doesn’t pitch in as a lot however nonetheless finally ends up with the identical grade.”

Plus, the film appears to be like completely beautiful, as Disney Animation as soon as once more takes the change to indicate off simply how good it’s gotten at creating these CGI wonderlands.

It’s a superb factor that Raya appears to be like like a enjoyable film, too, because it’s one of many solely main new movies that may seemingly be launched within the first half of 2021. One other wave of delays noticed films like No Time To Die, Uncharted, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, The King’s Man, Edgar Wright’s Last Night In Soho, Cinderella, and extra all shift dates to late 2021 and past. Different main movies, like Disney’s Black Widow and Common’s F9, are more likely to transfer as effectively, leaving simply streaming experiments like Raya and Warner Bros.’ HBO Max approach as the primary supply of recent movies for the subsequent few months.

It additionally implies that the movie — simply the second that Disney can be releasing by means of its Disney Plus Premier Access program, which is able to enable for subscribers to pay a premium to observe the movie concurrently with its theatrical launch — can be an essential check for Disney, following an analogous technique for the live-action Mulan launch final yr. Disney has but to say how a lot it’ll price Disney Plus subscribers to buy Raya and the Final Dragon, however when it launched Mulan as a Premier Entry, it charged $30.

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