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Moana 2 trailer release date confirmed with first poster

May 29, 20242 Mins Read

Moana 2 was only revealed a few months ago but now the movie’s first trailer is already on its way.

Disney has confirmed that the trailer for the animated sequel will arrive today (May 29) at 1pm. The news was announced by Disney on Instagram, who shared a photo of the movie’s first poster and wrote: “The ocean is calling them back.”

The sequel sees Moana journey into dangerous, long-lost waters for an adventure unlike anything she’s ever faced after receiving an unexpected call from her ancestors.

Moana 2 will arrive in US cinemas on November 27 and in UK cinemas on November 29.

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Back in February, Disney surprised fans by announcing Moana 2 would arrive in cinemas later this year.

Originally, a TV series had been planned continuing Moana’s story, but according to Disney boss Bob Igor, their plans had impressed executives enough to turn it into a film.

Following the sequel’s announcement, original Moana star Auli’i Cravalho confirmed she would be returning to voice the titular character, while Dwayne Johnson is back as the voice of Maui.

Cravalho announced her involvement on Instagram by posting a clip of herself at Disney’s animation studios lip-syncing to Beyoncé‘s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’, with the caption: “That feeling when you’re officially returning to Motunui.”

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Moana 2 will be directed by Dave Derrick Jr, with Abigail Barlow, Emily Bear, Mark Mancina and Opetaia Foa’i writing new songs.

Meanwhile, Moana‘s live-action adaptation got an exciting update earlier this week with Dwayne Johnson confirming that production was scheduled to begin this fall.

Moana 2 is released in US cinemas on November 27 and in UK cinemas on November 29, while Moana is available to stream on Disney+.

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