Growing up is hard enough and in the new trailer for Turning Red, we get to see just how hard that struggle can be. Especially when you turn into a red panda when you're not "calm" and relaxed. Who is calm and relaxed as a teenager anyway? In a new trailer for Turning Red, we get to see what happens when Mei Lee gets a little too concerned when her mother shows up at school.
With voice performances from newcomer Rosalie Chiang and award-winning actress Sandra Oh, Turning Red looks like a great Pixar addition to the coming-of-age film genre. From Oscar-winning director Domee Shi, the film is produced by Lindsey Collins, Disney, and Pixar.
Bao won Shi her first Oscar and was a beautiful look at family and that seems to be on-trend for what Turning Red has in store for us. In the trailer, Mei Lee is a 13 year-old student who is trying to navigate the world of growing up and learning. But she also has the added bonus of poofing into a giant red panda when she gets too excited or upset. When her mother Ming shows up at school, Mei Lee is trying to calm herself down but her mother is fighting with one of the school employees and before long, Mei Lee poofs in the middle of class and has to run away from school.
It's a cute look at the movie and what many kids go through. Sure we're not poofing into red pandas but many struggle with getting too excited or feeling accepted for who they are and that's all something Mei Lee also struggles with. And anything with Oh in it is sure to worth seeing!
Check out first trailer and new poster for Turning Red below, and be on the lookout for when the film opens in March 2022.
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By: Rachel Leishman
Title: Turning Red Trailer: New Pixar Movie Finds a Girl Turning Into a Red Panda
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Published Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2021 13:46:01 GMT
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