The official trailer for Encanto, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ coming comedy fantasy adventure movie, has been released, revealing the voices involved including Stephanie Beatriz, Diane Guerrero and Wilmer Valderrama. Currently, the movie is exclusively set to be in theaters for 30 days, from November 24, just in time for Thanksgiving.
The trailer, featured below with the new poster, presents a magical Madrigal family with every member blessed with extraordinary powers, which launched the moment their home came to life via magic. In the trailer, the house’s magic is fading away along with the family’s abilities, which is strange and inexplicable. It is now the time for Mirabel, the only member who doesn’t own a magical power, to make a miracle and save her family and their home, Casita.
A little bit of magic arrives soon ✨ Watch the new trailer for Disney’s #Encanto at 6:00am PT and check out the new poster now! pic.twitter.com/QMppo4LtOx— Disney's Encanto (@EncantoMovie) September 29, 2021
In this new Disney movie, viewers can enjoy a list of voice actors led by Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, In the Heights), who plays Mirabel, an average 15-year-old trying to be a part of her family. Besides, the cast members also include María Cecilia Botero (Abuela), Wilmer Valderrama (Agustin), Diane Guerrero (Isabela), Adassa (Dolores), Mauro Castillo (Felix), Angie Cepeda (Julieta), Rhenzy Feliz (Camilo), Carolina Gaitan (Pepa), Jessica Darrow (Luisa), and Ravi Cabot-Conyers playing Antonio.
According to Encanto’s synopsis, the movie tells the story of an exceptional family, the Madrigals. They recluse among the mountains of Colombia in a magical house in a lively town in the miraculous, charmed Encanto. Every child in the family except Mirabel is blessed with the magic of the Encanto. But on discovering that the magic is in jeopardy, she decides she might be her extraordinary family’s last hope.
Encanto is directed by Byron Howard and Jared Bush (Zootopia) with its screenplay written by Bush and co-director Charise Castro Smith. During the early making of Encanto, the producers took a research trip to Colombia and were greatly inspired. The inspiration also came as they worked with a group of experts brought together during the movie’s production.
Clark Spencer and Yvett Merino are the producers of Encanto. The movie will present brand new compositions by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton, Moana), including an original song “Colombia, Mi Encanto” with the performance of Carlos Vives, a Latin Grammy winner.