Disney’s Wish | Official Teaser Trailer

Disney’s Wish | Official Teaser Trailer

Check out the new trailer, plus a poster and new image for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Wish,” which opens exclusively in theaters on Nov. 22. The trailer introduces 17-year-old Asha, the powerful King Magnifico, Asha’s pet goat Valentino, and Star, a celestial ball of boundless energy that Asha’s wish calls down from the sky. It also features a snippet of the song “This Wish,” performed by Ariana DeBose; it’s one of several new songs written by Julia Michaels and Benjamin Rice for the film.

The all-new musical-comedy welcomes audiences to Rosas, a fantastical land located off the Iberian Peninsula. “Our heroine, Asha, lives in Rosas, known as the kingdom of wishes,” said director Chris Buck, who helms the film with Fawn Veerasunthorn. “People come from everywhere to give their wishes to a magical king who promises to grant their deepest desires—someday. Only he can decide which wishes will come true and when.”

Added Veerasunthorn, “We have been inspired by so many iconic films over Disney Animation’s 100 years, especially stories where we explore the power of someone with a wish, combined with the conviction to make that wish come true. Being able to honor that legacy with this incredible story and these amazing characters has been a joy for our entire team.”

In “Wish,” Asha, a sharp-witted idealist, makes a wish so powerful that it is answered by a cosmic force—a little ball of boundless energy called Star. Together, Asha and Star confront a most formidable foe—the ruler of Rosas, King Magnifico—to save her community and prove that when the will of one courageous human connects with the magic of the stars, wondrous things can happen. Featuring the voices of Academy Award®-winning actor Ariana DeBose as Asha, Chris Pine as Magnifico, and Alan Tudyk as Asha’s favorite goat, Valentino, the film is helmed by Oscar®-winning director Chris Buck (“Frozen,” “Frozen 2”) and Fawn Veerasunthorn (“Raya and the Last Dragon”), produced by Peter Del Vecho (“Frozen,” “Frozen 2”) and co-produced by Juan Pablo Reyes (“Encanto”). Jennifer Lee (“Frozen,” “Frozen 2”) executive produces—Lee and Allison Moore (“Night Sky,” “Manhunt”) are writers on the project. With original songs by Grammy®-nominated singer/songwriter Julia Michaels and Grammy-winning producer/songwriter/musician Benjamin Rice, plus score by composer Dave Metzger, “Wish” opens only in theaters on Nov. 22, 2023.

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42 Responses

  1. Haminations says:

    The visuals look unique and nice but I’ll be way more likely to buy tickets to future Disney movies if they start making 2D animated films again.

    • The Homelander says:

      Facts. We need 2D animation

    • TooManyAnimation says:

      @Pedro Segundo  the writing is bad as well from the looks of things, the goat with a turn to the camera and “Who would’ve expected my voice to be this deep?” It’s like if Sebastian in the little mermaid turned to the camera and went “A Jamaican crab? What a crazy concept!”

    • TooManyAnimation says:

      @TMX1138  all their films are 3D now though so one of them being a flop isn’t indicative of 3D being less profitable than 2D when consistently, even since their 1st 3D film Dinosaur, 3D films gross higher than their 2D films, I literally did a paper on this in my 1st year of uni

    • Vanessa Arzate says:

      I agree too

    • Kairu Hakubi says:

      @elephant march also PC eggshells killed princess and the frog. yeah disney’s gonna soften stuff, they adapted _hunchback of notre dame_ for god’s sake, but this was way too softened in too many directions. it was put essentially through a rock tumbler until it came out smooth and featureless. and for a story surrounding black people in new orleans in the 20s, that’s.. just super wrong.

  2. Megan Jaime says:

    An original story from Disney? Wow! This is what I’ve been wanting for a while now! If only the live action Disney movies would get the same idea….
    Can’t wait to see this! Looks charming!😃😄😊

  3. Uz Naimat says:

    This is the most Disney-esque movie that ever Disneyed. And I mean that as a good thing.

    It’s genuinely refreshing to see the studio going back to its roots. Classic protagonists, classic villains, talking animal sidekicks, musicals, magic, dreams, wishes. This has all the makings of an effing masterpiece! And I am ready for it. Bring it on!

    • Tseng Picard says:

      @Darius Watson Spiderverse (2018) started the 2D-ish style .

    • The Magic-Verse 1B: Beginning of the end says:

      It feels like Disney just got all their magic back and put it into this film.

    • Exilewarrior006 says:

      @Rakiah Baker As do I. But I felt that was a very overdramatic statement.

    • billy Olivero says:

      @hana_stars how about we make a new cartoon movie called planet 41
      starring lake bell as sally the alien
      Kevin hart as Ronald McNair
      Jake t Austin as Carl the alien
      Jennifer Lopez as daisy
      Ice cube as general drievous
      Lewis black as doctor h. Codder
      And Danny Trejo as professor f. Neesoner

    • Darius Watson says:

      I adore Puss in Boots: The Last Wish but I doubt the direction Disney have taken for this film has anything to do with that. It was already in development before The Last Wish came out. Wish was first announced at D23 last summer.

  4. Tony Ilias says:

    The blend of 2D and 3D animation makes me so happy. 2D and hand-drawn just has a certain charm and magical feeling to it that can’t be replicated in 3D. This feels new and fresh but at the same time familiar since it tells me that Disney is trying to return to its roots, and I can’t be more excited!

  5. Aria: Come Fast To Get Into My Body says:

    I love the combined 2D/3D watercolor art style ! Feels so refreshing to see for a Disney movie ! Just goes to show how much of an impact Spider-Verse has had on the animation industry.

  6. Rolarym says:

    This film will be the definitive love letter to the Disney Animation studio. The ode and combination of the traditional 2d style with the modern 3d. The presence of a villianous threat. The talking animal sidekick. The SONGS. And of course the wishing star.
    I also love how they mentioned and credited their older films like Cinderella and Beauty & the Beast as being made from the same studio instead of just the more recent films. It really puts into perspective how long this studio has been around

    I truly hope this film is as good as they’re teasing it to be. It looks so magical. I can’t wait to see it!! 💜💙💜💙💜💙

  7. Vailskibum says:

    An actual villain? finally

  8. OnePresence says:

    The blend between 2D and 3D animation shows why do i love both formats and how magical they are. 2D is not forgotten and 3D is not overrated. Both are amazing and deserve equal respect ✊

  9. Colby Stearns says:

    I honestly can’t remember the last time I’ve been this excited for a Disney film! The animation looks amazing, combining the best of their old 2d style and their newer 3d look, there’s an actual, straightfoward villain for the first time since at least Wreck it Ralph or Tangled (and NOT some surprise twist villain), the music sounds wonderful and it’s great to hear Alan Tudyk actually get to talk in a Disney film! I love him as Clayface on HBO’s Harley Quinn and I instantly recognized his voice when I heard it! I’m really looking forward to this, this has the makings of a new Disney classic. 🙂

    • Maddie Koester says:

      Alan Tudyk has talked before in Disney films. He was King Candy in Wreck it Ralph, the Duke of Wesselton in Frozen, Alistair Krei in Big Hero 6, Duke Weaselton in Zootopia, Knowsmore in Ralph Breaks the Internet. He’s had a lot of talking roles in Disney films.

  10. Brent Aiken says:

    Even though we only heard a little bit of it, I am loving that song Asha is singing. Also, villain looks cool, animation looks fantastic, and Alan Tudyk as her pet! Looks great. Can’t wait for it.

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