Wish | Official Trailer

Wish | Official Trailer

Be careful what you wish for ⭐️ Watch the NEW trailer for Disney’s #Wish, coming only to theaters this Thanksgiving.

Revealed today are additional members of the film’s voice cast, who join previously announced cast members Ariana DeBose, who voices 17-year-old heroine Asha; Chris Pine, who lends his voice to the formidable King Magnifico; and Alan Tudyk, who provides the memorable voice of Asha’s pet goat, Valentino.

Cast members include:
Angelique Cabral as Queen Amaya, the wife and sounding board of King Magnifico; Victor Garber as Asha’s grandfather, Sabino, who—at 100 years old—is patiently waiting for his wish to be granted; and Natasha Rothwell as Asha’s loving and supportive mom, Sakina.

Plus, Asha’s tight-knit group of confidants, protectors and forever friends: Jennifer Kumiyama as Asha’s dearest friend, Dahlia, who’s an accomplished baker and unofficial leader of their group; Evan Peters as the strong guy with a big heart and bigger yawn, Simon; Harvey Guillén as Gabo, who may be cynical, but he has a heart of gold; Ramy Youssef as Safi, who’s plagued by allergies; Niko Vargas as Asha’s joyful, always smiling buddy, Hal; Della Saba as the seemingly shy teenager, Bazeema, who’s full of surprises; and Jon Rudnitsky as Asha’s rosy-cheeked, wiggly-eared pal, Dario.


Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Wish” is an all-new musical-comedy welcoming audiences to the magical kingdom of Rosas, where 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”), and produced by Peter Del Vecho (“Frozen,” “Frozen 2”) and Juan Pablo Reyes Lancaster Jones (“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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31 Responses

  1. EricLee Coronado says:

    Yes!!! Disney is finally back with fairytales with musical numbers, a powerful villain, magic, animal sidekick, and the Princess. This is where Disney shines in creative storytelling.

  2. Blue Goose says:

    I like that it looks very 2D despite it being a 3D animated movie, and not just because of the art style, but the framing and positions of the characters against the background looks similar to how a lot of 2D animations looks. It’s like 2.5D…

    Some shots almost looked like pictures in a storybook coming to life.

    Edit: I also want to point out how this movie seems to truly be a celebration of Disney as a whole. It’s got the storybook feel of old Disney like Sleeping Beauty. It has animal sidekicks and a (hopefully) interesting and fun villain like the renaissance era, it has the 3D animation and energy of modern Disney, and the music is very modern Disney. All that’s missing is the romance, which has been missing from Disney for far too long

    • Doodledev Animations says:

      It’s not a celebration of the shit like cooperation, it’s a celebration of the wonderful animation studio who just happens to have the same name as Disney the cooperation.

    • Blue Goose says:

      @Doodledev Animations obviously that’s what I was saying. I didn’t outright say “Disney animation studio” because I thought it was clear that I was not talking about the megacorporation overlords

  3. Lee Shwan says:

    Okay, ngl, this movie looks way more promising than I previously expected, and I love the blended 2D/3D animation style they’re using for this. It looks so clean and fluid and I wouldn’t mind if it was used again in a future Disney film.

  4. Kiki And Jemeyson says:

    *This Disney princess is not like the other girls, she’s quirky and funny, but brave and fierce, so she’s a totally original character that we have never seen on screen on Disney before*

  5. Ruel Wenceslao says:

    Something about the song is giving me chills. Like a feeling the child in me longs to feel. Great Job, Disney! ❤

    • Jamie D says:

      It could be Ariana DeBose’s voice. She’s absolutely incredible!

    • Ceasar Saran says:

      It gives me a little comity feeling of Disney with their usual sexist and racist division. She may as well be yelling “bring down the patriarchy” even though what the king is saying is perfectly fine. I mean who knows better? the fifteen year old, or the 50 year old?

  6. Willian Moreira says:

    Que perfeição! Esse estilo está incrível. Asha é linda demais

  7. Luster-Flix says:

    please Disney, make this film a classic. we want to see more fairy tales, this is your gift in creating stories

  8. Seth Zarandona says:

    I’m beyond stoked for this one. Asha is gorgeous and seems totally charming, the goat is SO CUTE!!!
    I hope Asha joins the official Disney Princess lineup, it’s only fitting the girl from the 100 Anniversary celebration film would be apart of that.

  9. Marley Sinquefield says:

    Is it wrong to say I already have a crush on King Magnifico? Hearing Chris Pine’s voice made me more hyped for his movie! Also, Asha is giving me Mirabel and Rapunzel vibes, which I love. Valentino is cute and hilarious.

  10. MOVIEFAN2002 says:

    Oh yes. This is the Disney we missed. A fairy tale feature that involves a protagonist, a comedic animal buddy, and of course, a straight forward villain who is evil! I’m so ready for November.

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