EPIC comedy adventure from Walt Disney Animation Studios
It will sail to households on Digital HD February 21
and Blu – ray™ on March 7
It continues the journey with hours of additional content full of fun that includes a completely new mini-movie, the charismatic cast, famous filmmakers, a dynamic musical equipment, beautiful people and cultures of the Pacific Islands, a song that was out, deleted scenes and much more!
BURBANK, California, 13 of January of 2017-“Moana” of Walt Disney Animation Studios has the captivating history of a teenage adventurous that undertakes a risky mission sailing in the ocean to save to your people. The film, that is starring by the actress beginner Auli’i Cravalho as the voice of the brave and determined Moana and by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (series of HBO “Ballers”, “Central Intelligence”) as the fantastic demigod Maui, has fascinated both to the public as to the critical. The film received a rating of 95% by critics at Rotten Tomatoes and ranked first in the box office in the United States in its premiere weekend. Now “Moana” takes a new course and will come to the homes in Digital HD / 3D and Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA) the 21 of February and in Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand the 7 of March.
Families can continue the trip in this adventure full of fun with many hours of fun and extensive additional material, between what is a hilarious new mini-movie starring Moana and Maui; an in depth look at how the people, cultures and the heritage of the Pacific Islands gave shape to the story of “Moana”; a revealing interview with the co-stars Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson, and famous directors Ron Clements and John Musker animation; privileged access to Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mark Mancina and Opetaia Foaʻi, the trio responsible for the stirring music of the film; four mini-documentaries on the innovative visual effects of the film; deleted scenes; a song that was out; Hidden Easter eggs; a music video; “Inner Workings”, the short film that is projected in the cinemas, directed by Leo Matsuda, that reveals the fight inside between the brain and the heart of a man; and much, much more.
“Moana” starring Auli’i Cravalho as the voice of Moaña, Dwayne Johnson as the voice of Maui, Temuera Morrison (“Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones”, “Once Were Warriors”, “Six Days, Seven Nights ”) as the wise father of Moana, the Chief Tui; Rachel House (“Whale Rider”, “Hunt for the Wilderpeople”, “Eagle vs Shark”, “Boy”, “White Lies”) as grandmother logging, the confidant of Moana; and Nicole Scherzinger (nominated singer Grammy® for the production of the West End of “Cats”) as the mischievous and tenacious mother of Moaña, Sina; Jemaine Clement (“The BFG”, “Despicable Me”, “River”, “River 2”, “What We Do in the Shadows”, Flight of the Conchords) lends his voice to Tamatoa, a crab egocentric of 15 metres of height; and Alan Tudyk (“Zootopia”, “Wreck-It Ralph”, “Big Hero 6”) stowaway Heihei lends his voice to the rooster.
According to directors Ron Clements and John Musker, the history of “Moana” was inspired by the great explorers that masterfully navigated the vast Pacific Ocean and discovered many Pacific Islands. “Navigation is a true source of pride for many of the inhabitants of the Pacific Islands, is part of their identity,” says Clements. Many experts believe that about 3,000 years ago, these voyages of exploration in the deep waters stood for a Millennium before starting again. This revival of exploration ignited the imagination of filmmakers and gave rise to the heroine who is located in the center of the story. “The idea of a young teenager who dreamed of becoming a sailor – taking into account the skills of their ancestors – was a very attractive concept,” says Musker. Search Moana and his desire to become a skilled Explorer also works as a journey of self-discovery and gives you the power you need to find your own identity: a beautiful and powerful message for audiences of all ages and genders.
The additional material includes the following *:
- Comment on audio-with those directors Ron and John.
- “How Far I’ll Go Around the World”-Video in many languages of the song “How Far I’ll Go.”
- Music video: “How Far I ll Go” – played by Alessia face.
- Deleted scenes – Ron and John present the following deleted scenes: race with the wind/ties that bind; Talk about the future of Moana; Under the sea; The warning from the grandmother/legend of Maui; Education of Moana; Father, daughter, boat; and Canoe race.
- Deleted song: “Warrior Face” – presented by the composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.
- The elements of… – this series of four mini-documentaries explore the technical achievements behind some of the innovative visual effects used in the film.
- Mini Maui – known “Mini Maui”, buddy tattooed Maui, animated by the legendary animator made animation expert hand Eric Goldberg. We will explore how the two-dimensional world collides with the digital animation to make come alive to the demigod tattoos.or water – in the film, the ocean is a character. This video explores how was given a personality to the water, along with the exploits techniques to create a believable oceanic landscape that extends beyond where the eye becomes.
- Washing-you Kā is a creature made of lava, smoke and fire. This video explores the challenges of creating an animated creature of enormous scale that burning life thanks to the organizers of characters, technicians and special effects.
- Hairstyling- one of the greatest technical achievements of the film was the animation of the beautiful curly hair of Moaña and Maui. We will give a look to the minute details involving encourage each hair, which adds a level of interpretation to this film that has never before been.
- In search of Easter eggs – dive into the depths of the ocean and look for the Easter eggs hidden, secrets and hints hidden by animators from Walt Disney Animation Studios.
- They know how to do it: how the music of “Moana” – musical artists Opetaia Foa was created ‘ i, Marc Mancina and Lin-Manuel Miranda take us on their individual journeys through their participation in the film and tell us how it changed their lives.
- The fashion of the Islands – see how Neysa Bové costume designer took the unique challenge of creating costumes using materials and techniques from the islands of Oceania.
- Things you didn’t know about…
- or know about the star of “Moana” in this dynamic interview with Dwayne Johnson, the beginner Auli’i Cravalho and the famous directors of animation Ron and John.
- or meet the musical team of “Moana” in this fascinating interview with Opetaia Foa’i, Mark Mancina and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
- The voice of the Islands – an in depth look at how people and cultures of the Pacific Islands inspired the filmmakers to create the history of “Moana”.
- Mini-movie of Maui: “Gone Fishing”-when Maui decides that is time of do is charge of the ocean and catch its next food, Moana should show you your error… with a little of helps of part of their friends!
- Short film screened in cinemas: “Inner Workings” – with the introduction of the filmmakers, tells the story of the inner struggle between the pragmatic and logical side of a man and his half free and adventurous. Created by a small team of Walt Disney Animation Studios in a fast and singular style that combines digital animation and traditional hand-drawn animation, the film explores the importance of finding balance in everyday life.
- Short film screened in cinemas: “Inner Workings”, Music Video: “How Far I ll Go” and comment on audio
Directed by Clements and Musker, the team of Directors responsible for “The Little Mermaid,” “Aladdin” and “The Princess and the Frog”, and co-directed by Chris Williams along with Don Hall (“Big Hero 6”, Oscar® winning film for best film animated by 2015), “Moana” is produced by Osnat Shurer (“Lifted”, “One Man Band”), and has executive produced by John Lasseter. Jared Bush (“Zootopia”) wrote the screenplay. “Moana” features original songs by a diverse and dynamic team which includes the lyricist and composer, winner of the Tony®, Emmy® and Grammy® Lin-Manuel Miranda (winner Broadway Pulitzer Prize and several “Hamilton” Tony Awards, winning the Tony for “In the Heights”), Mark Mancina (“Speed”, “Tarzan” and “The Lion King”) and Opetaia Foaʻi (founder and lead singer of the award-winning world band Te Vaka). Mancina composed the original music.