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> Raya and the Last Dragon aka Dragon Empire, Walt Disney Animation Studios
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messaggio 24/7/2020, 19:35
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sembra bella


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messaggio 24/7/2020, 21:13
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Me gusta, me gusta smile.gif dai che forse si sta abbandonando il modello "Rapunzel".


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messaggio 24/7/2020, 22:34
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È una meraviglia!!!!!!


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messaggio 25/7/2020, 0:06
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Ecco il manifesto integrale:




E primo piano in grande di Raya:



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messaggio 25/7/2020, 22:48
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Davvero fantastica, e DIVERSA dalle precedenti in CGI. Secondo me ora il modello Rapunzel è molto lontano. Che bocca, che capelli!!!


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messaggio 25/7/2020, 23:00
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Sembra bella, più proporzionata delle eroine passate e abbastanza lontana da Rapunzel.

Il personaggio che esteticamente mi parrebbe più accostabile è Shank di Ralph 2, ma Raya ha dei chiari tratti asiatici che rendono il volto più armonico. Speriamo che in movimento renda bene.
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messaggio 26/7/2020, 11:00
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Devo dire che oltre a essere lontana dalle altre eroine in CGI, è anche diversa da Mulan. Infatti Mulan ha il viso molto tondo, la carnagione bianca, i capelli nerissimi, ma anche gli occhi inclinati in modo diverso, e anche la bocca ha una forma diversa. Raya ha il viso ovale, la carnagione color ocra, i capelli marroni scuri.

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messaggio 26/7/2020, 11:48
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A me ricorda molto vagamente Pocahontas.
Mi piace moltissimo, finalmente qualcosa di diverso nei volti in CGI dalla Disney
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messaggio 26/7/2020, 15:18
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Noi la troviamo un misto tra la figura di Anna/Rapunzel con quella di Mulan... non vediamo molta differenza rispetto alle eroine CGI viste finora... qualche tratto differente (il viso meno tondo) ma le somiglianze le vediamo ancora


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messaggio 26/7/2020, 20:18
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Ma finalmente veu forse dovreste gioire di non avere ancora l'ennesima "bimbetta" ...Ma attendo di vedere altro materiale, una foto è troppo poco.


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messaggio 26/7/2020, 23:55
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ma non ci dispiace come design, però secondo noi non è così lontana da Anna o Mulan... se solo si decidessero a fare nuovamente storie romantiche con alla base un racconto popolare...


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messaggio 27/7/2020, 0:49
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Non per oppormi, ma a me sembra che siano diverse...


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messaggio 28/7/2020, 15:38
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CITAZIONE (Hiroe @ 27/7/2020, 0:49) *
Non per oppormi, ma a me sembra che siano diverse...


sono d'accordo, anche a me sembra un po' piu matura e affusolata, meno morbid nelle forme.
Forse dopo Rapunzel e' quella che preferisco tar le eroine in CGI anche se e' presto per dare sentenze


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messaggio 27/8/2020, 18:30
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messaggio 27/8/2020, 20:03
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Si sono sprecati.

Da dietro sembra Moana (io Vaiana non ce la chiamerò mai).
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messaggio 27/8/2020, 20:04
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Wow, quel regno lontano è davvero singolare...


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messaggio 27/8/2020, 20:34
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C'è una nuova voce per Raya, il movimento Black Lives Matter ha imposto il binomio personaggio e doppiatore con la stessa ascendenza etnica, Raya avrà la voce di Kelly Marie Tran, conosciuta nel ruolo criticatissimo e osteggiato di Rose nell'ultima trilogia di Star Wars. Raya non sarà soltanto una guerriera ma anche lei una principessa.

Fonte: Variety


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messaggio 27/8/2020, 21:28
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non vedo l'ora del trailer.
questo progetto mi intriga tanto
Ho veramente voglia di un bel nuovo classico


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messaggio 27/8/2020, 23:02
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Dal sito EW:

Get a first look at Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon starring Kelly Marie Tran

The filmmakers, including Big Hero 6 and Moana alums, chat with EW about Disney Animation Studios' first film to be inspired by Southeast Asia.

Raya and the Last Dragon is a movie of many firsts — one of which no one saw coming, not even its creators. The upcoming film will be one of the first Disney Animation features to be developed from remote locations in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

With production ramping up around March just as the pandemic hit, the Raya team had to quickly reshuffle, working with equipment at home and communicating through Zoom. Despite the challenges, director Don Hall says the studio’s various teams rallied to create what he calls “the most beautiful animated film I've ever seen.” As the filmmaker behind beloved pictures like Winnie the Pooh, Big Hero 6, and Moana, Hall knows what he’s talking about.

EW can exclusively reveal a first look image from Raya, which happens to be the first fully rendered CG image of the movie. Featured in the picture are Raya and her trusty steed Tuk Tuk, a creature Hall describes as a fuzzy bear meets “an insect version of an armadillo.” As an evil force threatens the fictional kingdom of Kumandra, the two must leave their Heart Lands home and track down the last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun.

EW can also reveal that voicing Raya is Star Wars actress Kelly Marie Tran, who took over the part from Cassie Steele. Awkwafina, whose inclusion was announced last August, is playing Sisu, a dragon in human form who needs Raya’s help to reclaim her power and become her true dragon self.


Also announced are Hall and Carlos López Estrada as directors, while playwright Qui Nguyen is joining Crazy Rich Asians scribe Adele Lim as co-writer. Paul Briggs and John Ripa serve as co-directors.

“As filmmakers, Don and Carlos bring a combination of animation know-how and emotional storytelling to Raya and the Last Dragon, bringing our fantasy adventure to surprising, original, and dynamic heights,” Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Chief Creative Officer Jennifer Lee says in a statement to EW. “They both saw the potential for this film and had a strong vision for the story, especially for our lead character, played by the wonderfully talented Kelly Marie Tran. And no small feat, directors Don and Carlos, writers Qui and Adele, and the entire crew of 400 Disney Animation artists are making this film together, while separated and working from home.”

Not only will Raya be Disney Animation Studios’ first movie inspired by Southeast Asia, but Tran is the first Southeast Asian actress to lead a film from the company.

López Estrada, who helmed the critically acclaimed Blindspotting, says he never believed the fabled Hollywood casting stories — until he witnessed Tran’s audition. After her first recording session, he and Hall could only look at each other in stunned silence.

“I'm never going to forget it,” López Estrada tells EW. “I think [Don and I] rode in the car together, and we were quiet, looking at each other and nodding our heads just being like, ‘Yep, yep, yep. Kelly's perfect.’”

Put simply, Hall says “she is Raya — just her buoyancy and her positivity, but yet there's a strength as well to Kelly and the character.”

The filmmakers praise Tran’s comedy and ad-lib skills — which she says she honed at various improv schools throughout her career — but it was the level of emotion she brought to the role that really surprised them.

López Estrada says Tran’s session blew them away so much that they changed a scene to match her performance.

“We had this little dramatic moment; it was written as a few lines. And I remember her going, ‘Hey, I have some ideas because this is normally how I would say this or I have some questions. Do you mind if I tried it a little bit differently?’” the director recalls. “She went for it, improvised for a minute, and had us all in tears. We changed the scene and reblocked the animation so that it would follow what Kelly did that day because she just clicked on something that was so much bigger than anything we had imagined.”

Tran, who many audiences know as Rose Tico in The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, tells EW that Raya, the daughter of a chief, redefines the classic Disney princess. López Estrada also teases we can look forward to chases, fight scenes, and more “high-octane” action from our heroine.

“She is someone who is technically a princess but I think that what's really cool about this project, about this character, specifically is that everyone's trying to flip the narrative on what it means to be a princess,” Tran says. “Raya is totally a warrior. When she was a kid, she was excited to get her sword. And she grows up to be a really badass, gritty warrior and can really take care of herself.”

When it comes to representation, the filmmakers say they’re putting in the work to accurately celebrate the cultures that influenced the movie, including Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Producer Osnat Shurer, who was also behind Moana, says the studio sent creative teams on research trips to multiple countries in Southeast Asia and worked with a Southeast Asia Story Trust. They also collaborated with a visual anthropologist who looks at every design before it’s finalized, as well as linguists, dancers, and Gamelan musicians from Indonesia.

Besides research, Nguyen says it was important that both his and Lim’s experiences inform the script.

“When you're telling a story and you're just doing it based on research, you end up always having to do it from the high end,” he says. “To have the artists who represent those cultures in there to be able to give the subtleties of what our families are actually like, what our relationships are actually like, has given a lot of nuances to this great adventure.”

Nguyen says it meant a lot for him and Lim to see their cultures represented in specific ways through martial arts or costumes, in addition to references to his Asian American identity. For the most part, movie heroes are white, and when they are Asian, they’re of East Asian descent.

“To be able to have some [heroes] that look like me and my kids, it's gonna matter to a lot of folks,” he says.

Shurer is especially excited to follow up Moana with another movie featuring a kick-ass female protagonist — in fact, Raya has three, including one fans will have to wait to discover.

Raya’s creative team is chugging toward the finish line, Hall says, with the film 50 percent animated at this point. What’s astonishing to the filmmakers isn’t the fact that they’ve been able to accomplish so much in the time of coronavirus and global unrest, it’s how much Raya mirrors the state of the world.

“I don’t know if Disney has ever made a movie that reflects so much what is happening with the world outside,” López Estrada says. “Even though our team has been working on this movie for years and years and years, it's going to feel like an idea that we had maybe a month ago because it talks so much about the themes and the questions and the hope that's happening today and also the lack of hope, and this wrestling with all these really, really important emotions that are happening right now.”

Raya and the Last Dragon is set to premiere March 12, 2021.



Qui l'immagine di sopra ravvicinata su Raya... se notate somiglia molto alle altre eroine in CGI, soprattutto Vaiana, come modello e non è troppo differente, come vi avevamo detto tempo fa.



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messaggio 27/8/2020, 23:05
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messaggio 28/8/2020, 11:09
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Belle le immagini!

Comunque mi fanno quasi vomitare con questa storia del politically correct portato agli eccessi... Santo cielo, e basta!


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messaggio 28/8/2020, 12:55
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Ogni volta che parlano di principessa devono sempre aggiungere, ma questa volta così, questa volta cosà.
Ma sbattetevene dei nazifemministi! Una donna è degna del suo titolo, del fatto che sappia sognare e desideri l'amore, non sono stigmi. Ipocriti insopportabili.


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messaggio 28/8/2020, 18:35
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Io non ne posso più, non si rendono conto che corrono il rischio di far diventare chiunque dei sessisti, omofobi e razzisti.
Che noia...

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