Disney's Raya And The Last Dragon Gets International Trailer Packed With New Footage

Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina star in the Disney animated adventure, which releases in March.

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A new international trailer for Raya and the Last Dragon has been released. Disney's animated fantasy adventure arrives in March, and will debut in theaters and Disney+ Premium Access.

The new promo features loads of footage that didn't appear in last month's trailer. The movie stars Kelly Marie Tran (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) as Raya, a girl living in the land of Kumandra. The voiceover states that this once-peaceful, dragon-worshipping land has been torn apart by conflict, so Raya sets out to find Sisu, the last remaining dragon, to help bring peace. Sisu is a fast-talking dragon voiced by Oceans 8 star Awkwafina, and the movie looks set to deliver the same mix of action and comedy that made Disney's Moana and Frozen so popular. Check the trailer out below.

Raya and the Last Dragon also stars Benedict Wong (Doctor Strange), Gemma Chan (Captain Marvel), Sandra Oh (Killing Eve), Daniel Dae Kim (Hellboy), and Alan Tudyk (Rogue One). It's directed by Moana's Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada, who previously helmed the acclaimed indie drama Blindspotting.

The movie was originally set for a theatrical release in November but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In December, Disney announced that it would hit Disney+ simultaneously with theaters. Like Mulan last year, the movie will be available to subscribers as a Premium Access title. The studio hasn't announced how much Raya will cost, but Mulan cost $30 on top of the $7 per month subscription price.

Disney will also be releasing the next Pixar movie this summer. The film is titled Luca, and it's set to hit theaters in July, with Up's Enrico Casarosa directing.

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