Disney fans will fit in as we are looking for the final dragon. After spending the last few years exploring the icy realms of Ocean’s Frozen Adventure in the South Pacific in Moana and Land of the Dead. In Coco, we have an epic adventure with Paradise and the Last Dragon, influenced by Southeast Asian culture.
In its coverage of the upcoming film, Entertainment Weekly noted. That Raya and the Last Dragon was one of the first Disney Animation Studio films to be remotely produced. Due to the ongoing unrest in the film and television industry. Film work took place at the homes of various crew members. Don’t let that scare you. Although production had to be adapted to other circumstances, the film had a release date instead of TBD 202X.
According to Polygon, when Disney early declared openly Raya and The Last Dragon, the release date was 25th November 2020. To coincide with Thanksgiving weekend. Since then the date has been delayed a little. According to Entertainment Weekly, the film’s premiere is now scheduled for March 12, 2021. This means that we will enter the world of heaven next year, albeit with a little delay.
Summary of the story of Heaven and the last dragon: “Once upon a time humans and dragons lived together in harmony. In the fantastic world of Kumandra. But when evil forces threaten the earth, dragons sacrifice themselves to save mankind. Now, 500 years later, the same evil has returned and the only warrior. Heaven must search for the legendary last dragon to restore the shattered earth and its divided people. However, during his journey, he will learn that saving the world will require more than just dragons. It will affect trust and teamwork.
Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada‘s Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) teaser trailer has been released by and stars Marie Taranad Awkwafina.
The co-directors of the film were Paul Briggs and John Ripa. Adele Lim and Qui Nguyen wrote the screenplay for Raya and therefore the Last Dragon. Whereas the producers are Osnat Shurer and Peter Del Vecho.