Raya and the Last Dragon  is a 2021 American computer-animated action-adventure fantasy film produce

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Raya and the Last Dragon  is a 2021 American computer-animated action-adventure fantasy film produce

Raya and the Last Dragon  is a 2021 American computer-animated action-adventure fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studios, and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The 59th film produced by the studio, it is directed by Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada, co-directed by Paul Briggs and John Ripa,[2] produced by Osnat Shurer and Peter Del Vecho, written by Qui Nguyen and Adele Lim, and music composed by James Newton Howard.[3] The film features a predominantly Asian American cast, including the voices of Kelly Marie Tran as the titular Raya and Awkwafina as Sisu, the titular dragon, along with Izaac Wang, Gemma Chan, Daniel Dae Kim, Benedict Wong, Sandra Oh, Thalia Tran, Lucille Soong and Alan Tudyk. Raya and the Last Dragon was theatrically released in the United States on March 5, 2021 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in standard 2D, 3D, Dolby Cinema, and IMAX formats. The film's release was also simultaneously available on Disney+ with Premier Access, which is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic's negative impact on movie theaters across the United States and other countries, with many of them remaining closed. The film has grossed $26 million worldwide and received positive reviews from critics. Contents 1    Plot 2    Voice cast 3    Production 3.1    Development 3.2    Casting 3.3    Animation 4    Music 5    Release 5.1    Theatrical and streaming 5.2    Home media 6    Reception 6.1    Box office 6.2    Critical response 6.3    Controversy 7    References 8    External links Plot This film's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. (March 2021) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Kumandra is a prosperous land rampaged by the Druun, evil spirits that turn people to stone and multiply. The dragons of Kumandra use their remaining magic to create an orb to ward off the Druun and revive everyone, but end up turning to stone themselves. A power struggle for the orb divides the Kumandra people into tribes, based on their placement of a giant river that resembles a dragon: Fang, Heart, Tail, Spine and Talon. 500 years later, Chief Benja of the Heart tribe has been training his daughter Raya to guard the orb while firmly believing that the tribes will be united once again. During a feast among the five tribes, Raya befriends the daughter of Chief Virana of the Fang tribe, Namaari, due to their shared interest in dragons. Namaari gives Raya a dragon pendant and she in turn shows her the location of the orb only for the Fang Tribe to make an attempt to steal it. A fight breaks out when the rest of the tribes find out, resulting in the orb's destruction. The Druun suddenly reawaken as each of the tribes steal a piece, with Benja among the casualties. Six years later, Raya has been searching for the end of a stream to summon Sisu, a dragon said to have created the orb and the only surviving member of her species, to help her recover the missing orb pieces. While in the Tail Tribe's former territory, she finally manages to summon Sisu who admits that she did not create the orb, but can use its powers. They recover the second piece in a ruined Tail temple, granting Sisu shapeshifting powers. They have an encounter with the hostile Namaari and her tribe, but young entrepreneur Boun, who had lost his family to the Druun, arrives and helps them escape. Despite Boun's friendliness, Raya refuses to reveal her quest. They arrive at Talon to claim the third orb piece, during which, Raya encounters "con baby" Little Noi and her trio of monkey-like companions the Ongis, who adopted her after the Druun killed her mother. After a chase, Raya takes her in, while Sisu goes into town and encounters Talon's chieftess, who threatens her. Raya rescues Sisu and reclaims the third piece, which allows Sisu to spew out fog. The group arrive at Spine, and Raya and Sisu enter its village where they meet Tong, a fearsome warrior and the village's sole survivor. The rest of the group arrive to warn them of Namaari's arrival. Raya holds her off in a fight while the others escape, with Sisu assisting her. Back at the boat, Raya tells the truth about Sisu to her party and they agree to work together, with Tong handing Spine's orb piece to Sisu, giving her the power over rain. As they get closer to Fang, Sisu suggests giving them a gift and asking for the final piece, rather than breaking in. When Raya refuses, Sisu takes her back to what is left of Heart and tells of how she was trusted by her siblings to save Kumandra. Raya gives in and decides to give Namaari the dragon pendant as a peace offering to complete her quest. Raya and Sisu meet privately with Namaari, but upon seeing her orb pieces, Namaari threatens them. Sisu tries to talk her down, but gets unintentionally shot by Namaari and falls into a river which begins to dry up. Fang is attacked by the Druun as Raya enters to confront a grieving Namaari who is mourning the loss of her mother. The two fight while Raya's companions rescue the people from the Druun. Raya prepares to strike down Namaari, but after seeing her remorse, they run to help her friends instead. As the Druun advance toward Raya's group, Raya tells them that they need to reassemble the orb, but her friends refuse to forgive Namaari. To show her faith, Raya gives Namaari her piece and allows the Druun to take her. The rest follow suit, with Namaari fixing the orb before the Druun take her. With the orb reassembled, the Druun become vanquished and everyone is brought back to life, including Sisu and the other dragons. Everyone is now able to reunite with their lost loved ones, with Raya reuniting with her father. The dragons and the tribes then peacefully gather at Heart to celebrate, as they join together to form Kumandra once again. Voice cast Kelly Marie Tran as Raya, a fierce and courageous warrior princess of Kumandra's Heart Land who has been training to become a Guardian of the Dragon Gem.[4] To restore peace to Kumandra, she embarks in search for the last dragon.[5][6] Awkwafina as Sisu, a goofy young water dragon who the last of her kind in existence.[7] Izaac Wang as Boun, a charismatic 10-year-old entrepreneur and owner of the "Shrimporium", a boat restaurant in the Tail Land.[8][9] Gemma Chan as Namaari, the warrior princess of the Fang Land and Raya's enemy.[8][10] Jona Xiao voices young Namaari.[11] Daniel Dae Kim as Chief Benja, the chief of Kumandra's Heart Land and Raya's father.[8] Benedict Wong as Tong, a formidable warrior giant from the Spine land.[8] Sandra Oh as Virana, Namaari's mother and the chieftess of the Fang land.[8] Thalia Tran as Little Noi, an infant con artist from the Talon Land.[8] Lucille Soong as Dang Hu, the chieftess of the Talon land. Alan Tudyk as Tuk Tuk, Raya's best friend and trusty steed that is a mix of an armadillo and a pill bug.[8] Additionally, Dichen Lachman voices both General Atitaya and a warrior from Spine; Patti Harrison voices the chieftess of the Tail land; Jon "Dumbfounded" Park voices Chai; Sung Kang voices Dang Hai, the former chief of Talon; Sierra Katow voices both a Talon merchant and a Fang officer; Ross Butler voices the chief of the Spine land; François Chau voices Wahn; and Gordon Ip and Paul Yen voice Talon merchants.[8][11] Production Development On May 24, 2018, That Hashtag Show reported that Walt Disney Animation Studios was developing an animated film titled Dragon Empire, which would be the directorial debut of story artists Paul Briggs and Dean Wellins, written by Kiel Murray.[12] In October of the same year, Deadline reported that Adele Lim was hired to retouch the script, and that Osnat Shurer had been hired to produce the movie.[13] On August 24, 2019, Disney officially announced the film during their D23 Expo Walt Disney Animation Studios' presentation panel.[5] In August 2020, it was announced that Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada, the latter who had joined Disney Animation in 2019, were now taking over the reins as directors, with Briggs remaining as co-director and John Ripa joining him. In addition, Qui Nguyen joined Lim as co-writer and Peter Del Vecho joined Shurer as producer.[6][2] Casting On August 2, 2019, during the D23 Expo, Awkwafina and Cassie Steele were announced to have been cast in the film as Sisu and Raya, respectively.[5] On August 27, 2020, it was revealed that the role of Raya had been recast, with Kelly Marie Tran replacing Steele.[6] The recasting was due to creative shifts in the character and story.[14] On the eve of the film's release in March 2021, Hall finally revealed the exact reason for why the production team had decided to recast the lead role: Raya was originally a "stoic loner," but then the team began to infuse her with elements of "levity" and "swagger" similar to the character of Star-Lord in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).[15] Tran was selected for her "lightness and buoyancy, but also badassery [sic]."[15] Tran had to go through a process of learning to trust the production team, since she had participated in the original round of auditions for Raya, without success. By January 2020, when she stepped into the role formerly occupied by Steele, she was well aware that Disney Animation "had already turned her down and removed another actor from the project."[16] On January 26, 2021, it was announced that Gemma Chan, Daniel Dae Kim, Sandra Oh, Benedict Wong, Izaac Wang, Thalia Tran, Alan Tudyk, Lucille Soong, Patti Harrison, and Ross Butler all have parts in the film.[17] Animation The film is set in a fantasy land called Kumandra, inspired by the Southeast Asian cultures of Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.[18][19][20] To do background research, the filmmakers and production team traveled to all these countries except Myanmar, Malaysia, and Brunei.[21][22][23][24] Thai artist Fawn Veerasunthorn served as the head of story for the film.[25] The filmmakers formed the Southeast Asia Story Trust, a collective of cultural consultants for the film which included Dr. Steve Arounsack, an associate professor of Lao Anthropology at California State University, Stanislaus.[26] Music James Newton Howard composed the score for Raya and the Last Dragon.[3] The film marks the fourth time he has scored an animated film by Walt Disney Animation Studios, having previously composed for Dinosaur, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and Treasure Planet. The score was released on February 26, 2021. Jhené Aiko wrote and performed a song for the end-credits, titled "Lead the Way".[27] On March 2, 2021, Disney Studios Philippines announced that Filipina singer KZ Tandingan will be singing Disney’s first-ever Filipino-language song, titled "Gabay",[28] which means "guide" in English. The track, the Filipino version of "Lead the Way," will be part of the film's soundtrack. Allie Benedicto, studio marketing head of Disney Philippines said that "Gabay", the first-ever Disney track sung in Filipino, "demonstrates our commitment to work with local creative talents to tell our stories in a locally relevant manner."[29] In a press release about the song's announcement, KZ Tandingan said, “I am very grateful and I feel very proud to be singing in my language, and show off its beauty to the rest of the world. I am proud to be part of history. I grew up watching Disney movies. Finally, there is a Disney Princess who I can feel a very strong connection to, and that is Raya as the first one inspired by Southeast Asia."[30] “I love that the song reminds us that sometimes we feel we are weak, especially when we are alone, but if we just learn to trust each other, to come together, and to unite, only then are we able to change the world,” she added. Release Theatrical and streaming Raya and the Last Dragon was originally scheduled to be released



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