A fresh trailer for Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon dropped on Tuesday, giving us another look at the animated movie’s stylish action and introducing a likely standout character — a mischievous con-baby. It’ll hit Disney Plus, as part of the streaming service’s $30 Premier Access system, and theaters on March 5.
Raya is voiced by Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars: The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, and Awkwafina from Crazy Rich Asians plays Sisu the last dragon. The adventure sees Raya traveling through Kumandra, a land inspired by various Southeast Asian cultures.
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It was originally set to be released in November but it was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Disney hasn’t confirmed the timing for Raya and the Last Dragon moving out from behind the Premier Access paywall so all Disney Plus subscribers can watch it at no added cost.
When Disney Plus first introduced its Premiere Access system for last year’s live-action Mulan remake, it waited three months before moving the film into the regular library. However, Disney noted at the time that Mulan’s release was an experiment, so it may not be a reliable guide for this release.
CNET’s Joan E. Solsman contributed to this report.