Raya and the Last Dragon gets new action-packed trailer

Disney’s new animation Raya and the Last Dragon has won a new action-packed trailer. In addition to introducing the characters who will accompany the protagonist in his quest to unite a divided world, the preview features the human form of Sisu, the groping dragon who can solve all of Raya’s problems.

In the trailer, Raya talks about how her world is divided and because of this, no one can be trusted. It’s very clear when she is stolen by a baby and her pack of monkeys. However, to complete her mission and find the last dragon, the one who can unite the nation, Raya will need to learn to trust others and put differences aside. But of course, things wouldn’t be that simple. The Warrior isn’t the only one looking for Sisu and the dragon seems more confused than Raya could imagine …

Watch the trailer below:

In Raya and the Last Dragon, we travel to the world of Kumandra, a fantastic universe where humans and dragons lived in harmony. However, after an evil force threatened the earth, all the dragons sacrificed themselves to protect humanity. 500 years later, evil has returned and only Raya, a lone warrior, can find Sisu, the last dragon, who can restore the shattered land and unite humanity divided by conflict and distrust. Raya, however, will find out that Sisu is not the magic bullet she was hoping for. It takes more than a groping dragon to save the world, and to do so, she will have to learn to trust others and work as a team.

Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada are the project directors, Paul Briggs and John Ripa the co-directors. The production is under the orders of Osnat Shurer and Peter Del Vecho. The original film version features the voices of Kelly Marie Tran (Star Wars) as Raya and Awkwafina (Eight Women and a Secret) as the Last Dragon Sisu.

Raya and the Last Dragon: the film will arrive in theaters and Disney + simultaneously

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Raya and the Last Dragon will be released in theaters and Disney + simultaneously. Its debut is scheduled for March 5.

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