Get Ready for a Whole New Adventure with Dwayne Johnson’s Moana Remake!

The live-action version of Dwayne Johnson’s well-liked Disney film “Moana” has been revealed in Los Angeles. Johnson, who provided the voice for Maui, the sea and wind god in the 2016 animated film, tweeted the information.

“Humbled to say we’re bringing Moana’s beautiful story to the live-action big screen! Maui changed my life (miss you grandpa) and I’m honored to partner with Disney to tell our story through music and dance, which at the core is who we are as Polynesian people.”

Disney tweeted on Twitter, “JUST ANNOUNCED: From Dwayne Johnson and Auli’i Cravalho, a live-action reimagining of Disney’s Moana is in the works!”

The movie, set in ancient Polynesia, centers on the strong-willed Moana, a coastal village chief’s daughter, who is selected by the ocean to reunite a mythical artifact with the goddess Te Fiti.

In an effort to return the artifact to Te Fiti and save her people, Moana sets off in pursuit of Maui, a fabled demigod, when a plague befalls her island.

Dwayne Johnson's Moana Remake

Variety, an entertainment news website, said that actor Auli’i Cravalho, who provided Moana’s voice in the original, will executive produce alongside Scott Sheldon of Flynn Picture Co.

John Musker and Ron Clements directed the original film, and its screenplay was written by Clements, Musker, Chris Williams, Don Hall, Pamela Ribon, Aaron Kandell, and Jordan Kandell. Bush was the only screenwriter with a credit.

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