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Disney’s newest animated film, Turning Red Releases March 11, 2022 On Hotstar Disney+ Streaming Service

Disney’s newest animated film, Turning Red, will premiere March 11, 2022. Due to a number of theaters not yet operating normally, the film premiered on the Disney+ Hotstar streaming service. “Given that the recovery in cinema conditions is still hampered, especially for family films, flexibility is one of the main keys for content distribution at our company,” said Kareem Daniel, head of Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. “We continue to be committed to bringing the best content from The Walt Disney Company to audiences around the world”.

Synopsis of Turning Red

Röd (Turning Red) 2022 filmen tells the story of Mei Lee, a quirky and confident 13-year-old girl. At a young age, Mei Lee faces a dilemma between enjoying the freedom of the teenage world or remaining a good child, her mother’s favorite.

Ming is a very caring mother to Mei Lee. He was also never far from his teenage son. One day, Mei Lee must face a unique situation. He turns into a giant red panda whenever he gets emotional. The situation is getting worse because Mei Lee is experiencing excessive emotions almost all the time.

This animated film involves actress Rosalie Chiang as the voice of the character Mei Lee. Meanwhile, Sandra Oh will voice Ming’s character. Turning Red is directed by Domee Shi, who won Best Animated Short Film at the 2019 Academy Awards. He also wrote storyboards for the films Toy Story 4 (2019), The Good Dinosaur (2015) and Inside Out (2015).

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The script for Turning Red was written by Domee Shi with Julia Cho, who is known for the series Betrayal (2013), Big Love (2010), and Fringe (2008). The production house has released the Turnig Red trailer in November 2021. The trailer shows Mei spending her teenage years with learn and play with friends. One night when it rained heavily, Mei turned into a red giant panda.

Mei was surprised when she saw herself in the mirror. He often turns into a panda, including in public places and with his friends. Turning Red will premiere March 11, 2022 on the Disney+ Hotstar streaming service.

The Walt Disney Company Suspends All Shows In Russia

The Walt Disney Company postponed all Russian releases, including the film Turning Red. This follows the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Initially, the animated film was scheduled to premiere in Russia on March 10. However, Disney took this step to promote humanity. “In light of the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and the tragic humanitarian crisis, we are discontinuing theatrical releases of films in Russia, including Pixar’s Turning Red,” Disney said in a statement.

Disney will remain open to resuming the film’s release in Russia. In addition, Disney also provided reinforcements to Ukrainian citizens who had fled to neighboring countries due to the war. “We will make future business decisions based on the evolving situation,” Disney said. “Meanwhile, given the scale of the emerging refugee crisis, we are working closely with our NGO partners to provide urgent assistance and other humanitarian assistance to the refugees,” he continued.

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According to a report from Variety, Disney was the first major film distributor to postpone the screening of films in Russia. Turning Red will premiere March 11, 2022 on Disney+ Hotstar. This step was taken because a number of cinemas in several countries have not been operating normally.

Meanwhile, the film will still be showing in theaters for countries that have not yet had access to Disney+ services. “Given that the recovery in cinema conditions is still hampered, especially for family films, flexibility is one of the main keys for content distribution at our company,” said Kareem Daniel, head of Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. “We continue to be committed to presenting the best content from The Walt Disney Company to viewers around the world,” he continued in an official statement received on Monday (10/1).

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