Red, the new Pixar movie that can be enjoyed exclusively on Disney +

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The film is one of the new bets of the streaming platform that the little ones will be able to watch from their homes. Here are all the details.

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Red, the new Pixar movie that can be enjoyed exclusively on Disney +
Red, the new Pixar movie that can be enjoyed exclusively on Disney +

Disney Plus announced the arrival of his new movie “Red.” However, the film will not be in theaters but users will be able to enjoy it from their homes unlike other productions from the March 11th on the streaming platform.

However, confirmation was not yet in Latin America and they assured this Monday, January 10. The modification on the film of the new animated film will not have an additional cost of access like other titles that were presented under this modality.

“Disney + subscribers around the world enthusiastically welcomed Academy Award-winning Soul and critically acclaimed Luca when they premiered exclusively on the service and we can’t wait to introduce you to Pixar’s next incredible movie, Turning Red. ”Said Kareem Daniel, president of Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution.

What will “Red” be about?

Official synopsis

“Disney and Pixar Network presents Mei Lee, a 13-year-old who is torn between remaining the obedient daughter of her mother and the chaos that comes with adolescence. Ming, her overprotective and somewhat authoritarian mother, is never far from her, an “unfortunate” reality for the teenager. And as if the changes in his interests, relationships, and in his body weren’t enough, every time he gets too excited (which almost always happens), he turns into a giant red panda! ”

The film is directed by Oscar® winner Domee Shi and produced by Lindsey Collins.

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Voice cast

The original voice cast in English is comprised of Rosalie Chiang, Sandra Oh, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Wai Ching Ho, Jordan Fisher, Josh Levi, Finneas O’Connell, James Hong, Lori Tan Chinn, and Sasha Roiz. Shi co-wrote the script with Julie Cho and the score was provided by Ludwig Göransson.

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