Pixar’s new animated feature Turn red looks colorful and fun and hilarious. The film tells the story of Mei Lee, a Chinese-Canadian teenage girl struggling to break free from her overprotective mother and dealing with those teenage hormones that really change her. I want to say, really change it. In the cutest red panda you’ve ever seen. Sounds like a hit, doesn’t it? Fortunately, you will be able to watch Turn red from the comfort of your sofa very soon.
How to watch and where to stream Turn red
Turn red heads straight to Disney + and premieres March 11. While the original plan was for Turn red Premiering in theaters, Disney announced on January 7 that the film would launch on its Disney + streaming service instead. “Given the delayed box office recovery, especially for family films, flexibility remains at the heart of our distribution decisions as we prioritize bringing The Walt Disney Company’s unparalleled content to audiences around the world. entire, ”Kareem Daniel, president, Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution said in a media statement.
Turn red Includes a star cast
“Young actress Rosalie Chiang lends her voice to Mei Lee, a 13-year-old who suddenly turns into a giant red panda when she’s too horny (which is practically ALWAYS),” the official synopsis of the movie. “Sandra Oh is voicing Mei Lee’s protective, if not mildly bossy mother, Ming, who is never far from her daughter – an unhappy reality for the teenager.”
Canadian actress Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, who starred in Mindy Kaling’s Netflix teen comedy series I have never, will express Priya.
Watch “Go Red” on Disney +.
Turn red takes place in Canada
Here is your chance to get a glimpse of Canada without all those pesky flights and border crossings. Turn red is set in Toronto, and the film features amazing little Easter eggs to give viewers a feel for what the city is like. Chinese-Canadian director Domee Shi, who also directed the Disney + short Bao, said Yahoo! in 2019, “I don’t see Toronto much in the movies and if I do, it’s always disguised as another city, and I just wanted to pay homage to my hometown. As the red panda-Mei leaps from rooftop to rooftop, your family can get a bird’s eye view of Toronto as well.
March 11 is not far away, so brace yourself and get ready to fall in love with Mei Lee and Ming soon!