• United States Language English Budget $150–175 million [2] [3] Box office $645 million [1] Moana (also known as Vaiana [4] or Oceania [5] in some markets) is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated musical adventure film produced by Walt Moana Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.

The 56th Disney animated feature film, it was directed by John Musker and Ron Clements, co-directed by Chris Williams and Don Hall, and produced by Osnat Shurer, with a screenplay written by Jared Bush. Musker, Clements, Williams, and Hall also wrote the film’s story with Pamela Ribon and the writing team of Aaron and Jordan Kandell.

The film introduces Auliʻi Cravalho as Moana and also features the voices of Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House, Temuera Morrison, Jemaine Clement, Nicole Scherzinger, and Alan Tudyk. The film features original songs written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa'i and Mark Mancina, moana an orchestral moana also composed by Mancina.

It tells the story of Moana, the strong-willed daughter of a chief of a Polynesian village, who is chosen by the ocean itself to reunite a mystical relic with the goddess Te Fiti. When a blight strikes her island, Moana sets sail in search of Maui, a legendary demigod, in the hope of returning the relic to Te Fiti and saving her people. The plot is original, but takes inspiration from Polynesian myths.

Moana was released theatrically in the United States on November 23, 2016, to positive reviews from critics, with particular praise going towards its animation, music, and vocal performances. The film went on to gross over $645 million worldwide.

Along with Zootopia, it marked the first time since 2002 that Walt Disney Animation Studios released two feature films in the same year, after Lilo & Stitch and Treasure Planet. At the 89th Academy Awards, the film received two nominations for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (" How Far I'll Go"). [6] Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Writing • 3.3 Casting • 3.4 Animation • 3.5 Music and soundtrack • 3.6 Localization • 4 Release moana 4.1 Marketing • 4.2 Home media • 5 Reception • 5.1 Box office • 5.1.1 North America • 5.1.2 Outside North America • 5.2 Critical response • 5.2.1 Polynesian response • 5.3 Accolades • 6 Legacy • 6.1 Disney+ series • 7 See also • 8 References • 9 External links Plot [ edit ] On the Polynesian island of Motunui, the inhabitants worship the goddess of nature Te Fiti, who brought life to the ocean long ago using a pounamu stone as her heart and the source of her power.

Maui, the trickster, shape-shifting demigod of the wind and sea and master of sailing, steals the heart to give humanity the power of creation. This causes Te Fiti to disintegrate, and Maui is attacked offshore by Te Kā, a volcanic demon.

He loses both the heart and his magical giant fishhook to the depths of the sea. A thousand years later, the ocean chooses Moana, daughter of Motunui's chief Tui, to return the heart to Te Fiti.

Tui and Sina, Moana's father and mother, try to keep her away from the ocean to prepare her to become the island's chief.

Sixteen years later, a blight strikes the island, killing vegetation and shrinking the fish catch. Moana suggests going beyond the island's reef with her pet pig, Moana, to find more fish and find out what moana happening, but Tui forbids it. Moana tries conquering the moana but is overpowered by the tides and moana back to Motunui.

That afternoon, Moana's grandmother, Tala, shows her a secret cave of ships, revealing that their people were voyagers until Maui stole Te Fiti's heart; the ocean was no longer safe without it. Tala explains that Te Moana darkness is poisoning moana island, but can be cured if Moana finds Maui and has him restore the heart of Te Fiti.

Having been given the heart of Te Fiti by the moana, Tala gives it to Moana. Tala later falls ill and, on her deathbed, tells Moana that she must depart to find Maui. Moana sets sail on a camakau from the cavern moana with her dumb pet moana, Heihei, who has stowed away on it. They are caught in a typhoon and shipwrecked on an island where she finds Maui, who boasts about his achievements. She demands that Maui return the heart, but he refuses and traps her in a cave. She escapes and confronts Maui, who reluctantly lets her on the camakau.

They are attacked by Kakamora—coconut pirates—who seek moana heart, but Moana moana Maui outwit them. Moana realizes Maui is no longer a hero since he stole the heart and cursed the world, and convinces him to redeem himself by returning the heart.

Maui first needs to retrieve his magical fishhook in Lalotai, the Realm of Monsters, from Tamatoa, a giant coconut crab. While Moana distracts Tamatoa, Maui retrieves his hook, only to find himself unable to control his shape-shifting. He is overpowered by Tamatoa, but Moana's quick thinking allows them to escape with the hook.

Maui reveals that his first tattoo was earned when his mortal parents abandoned him as an infant, and the gods, taking pity on him, granted him his powers. After reassurance from Moana, Maui teaches her the art of sailing, regaining control of his powers, and the two grow closer.

They arrive at Te Fiti's island, only to be attacked by Te Kā. Moana refuses to turn back, resulting in Maui's hook being badly damaged. Unwilling to lose his hook in another confrontation with Te Kā, Maui abandons Moana, who tearfully asks the ocean to find someone else to restore the heart and loses hope.

The ocean obliges and takes the heart, but Tala's spirit appears, inspiring Moana to find her true calling. She retrieves the heart and sails back to confront Te Kā. Maui returns, having had a change of heart, and buys Moana time to reach Moana Fiti by fighting Te Kā, destroying his hook in the process. Upon being unable to find Te Fiti, Moana realizes Te Kā is Te Fiti, corrupted without her heart. The ocean clears a path for Moana, allowing her to return the heart to Te Fiti, who heals the ocean and islands of the blight.

Maui apologizes to Te Fiti, who moana his hook and decorates Moana's boat with flowers before falling into a deep sleep and becoming an island. Moana bids farewell to Maui and Te Fiti, returning home where she reunites with her parents.


She takes up her role as moana and wayfinder, leading her people as they resume voyaging with Maui flying over them in Hawk form. In moana post-credits scene, Tamatoa, still stuck on his back, addresses the audience, knowing they would help if he was named Sebastian. Cast [ edit moana Auliʻi Cravalho at the film's premiere in Samoa in December 2016 • Auliʻi Cravalho as Moana, the curious daughter of village chief Tui and his wife Sina, who is chosen by the ocean to restore the heart of Te Fiti • Cravalho reprised her role in the Hawaiian-language version of the movie.

[7] [8] • Louise Bush as a younger Moana • Dwayne Johnson moana Maui, a legendary strong-willed yet easily annoyed shapeshifting demigod who sets off moana Moana on her journey • Rachel House as Tala, Tui's mother and Moana's paternal grandmother. Like Moana, Tala shares a passion for the ocean and the two have a very deep bond. • House reprised her role in the Māori-language version of the moana. [9] [10] • Temuera Morrison as Tui, Moana's overprotective father, Sina’s husband, and Tala's son.

He is chief of Motunui Island. • Morrison reprised his role in the Māori-language version of the movie. [9] [10] • Christopher Jackson as Tui's singing voice • Jemaine Clement as Tamatoa, a giant, villainous, treasure-hoarding coconut crab from Lalotai, the Realm of Monsters • Clement reprised his role in the Māori-language version of the movie. [9] [10] • Nicole Scherzinger as Sina, Moana's mother, Tui's wife, and Chieftess of Motunui.

• Scherzinger also reprised her role in the Hawaiian-language version of the movie. [11] [8] • Alan Tudyk as Heihei, Moana's pet rooster • Tudyk also voices Villager No.

3, an old man who suggests cooking Heihei • Oscar Kightley as a fisherman • Troy Polamalu as Villager No. 1 • Puanani Cravalho (Auliʻi's mother) as Villager No. 2 Directors John Musker moana Ron Clements presented footage from the film at the 2016 Annecy International Animated Film Festival. After directing The Princess and the Frog (2009), Clements and Musker started working on an adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Moana, [12] but problems with acquiring the necessary film rights prevented them from continuing with that project.

To avoid a recurrence of that issue, they pitched three original ideas. [13] The genesis of one of those ideas (the one that was ultimately green-lit) occurred in 2011, when Musker began reading up on Polynesian mythology, and learned of the heroic exploits of the demigod Māui. Intrigued with the rich culture of Polynesia, he felt it would be a suitable subject for an animated film.

Shortly thereafter, Musker and Clements wrote a treatment and pitched it to John Lasseter, who recommended that both of them should go on research trips. [14] [15] Accordingly, in 2012, Clements and Musker went on research trips to Fiji, Samoa, and Tahiti to meet the people of the South Pacific Ocean and learn about their culture.

[16] At first, they had planned to make the film entirely about Maui, but their initial research trips inspired Clements to pitch a new idea focused on the young daughter of a chief.

[17] Clements and Musker were fascinated to moana during their research that the people of Polynesia abruptly stopped making long-distance voyages about three thousand years ago.

Their navigational traditions predated those of European explorers, beginning around 300 CE. [18] Native people of the Pacific possessed knowledge of the world and their place in it prior to the incursion of foreigners.

For example, Kānaka Maoli moana Hawaiians) were well aware of the existence of far away islands, had names for these places, and were interested in exploring them to benefit their societies. [18] This voyaging heritage was made possible by a geographical knowledge system based on individual perspective rather than the European cardinal direction system. [18] The reasons for the halt of this voyaging tradition remain unknown, but scholars have offered climate change and resulting shifts in ocean currents and wind patterns as one possible explanation.

[18] Native peoples of the Pacific resumed voyaging again a thousand years later. Clements and Musker set the film at that point in time, about two thousand years ago, on a fictional island in the central Pacific Ocean, which drew inspiration from elements of the real-life island nations of Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga.

[19] Over the five years it took to develop and produce the film, Moana and Musker recruited experts from across the South Pacific to form an Oceanic Story Trust, who consulted on the film's cultural accuracy and sensitivity as the story evolved through nine versions. [20] The Trust responded negatively, for example, to a depiction of Maui as bald, and to a proposed scene in which Moana threw a tantrum by throwing coconuts.

In response, Maui was reworked with long hair and the coconut scene was scrapped. moana During the 2015 D23 Expo's panel for Disney's slate of upcoming animated films, Moana's last name was given as "Waialiki", but that name was not retained in the final film.

[21] Writing [ edit ] Taika Waititi wrote the initial moana, [22] but went home to New Zealand in 2012 to focus on his newborn first child and What We Do in the Shadows. [23] Years later, Waititi joked that all that was left of his original draft was "EXT: OCEAN – DAY". [23] The first draft focused on Moana as the moana daughter in a family with "five or six brothers", [24] in which gender played into the story. However, the brothers and gender-based theme were deleted from the story, as the directors thought Moana's journey should be about finding herself.

[15] A subsequent draft presented Moana's father as the one who wanted to resume navigation, but it was rewritten to have him oppose navigation so he would not overshadow Moana. [15] Instead, Pamela Ribon came up with the idea of a grandmother character for the film, [25] who would serve moana a mentor linking Moana to ancient traditions. [24] Another version focused on Moana rescuing her father, who had been lost at sea.

[26] The film's story changed drastically during the development phase (which happens with most Disney films), and that idea ultimately survived only as a subtle element of the father's backstory.

[26] Te Kā was referred to in early drafts of the film as Te Pō, [27] a reference to the Māori goddess Hine-nui-te-pō, who was originally the life-giving goddess Hine-tītama, but became the goddess of death upon discovering that her husband the god Tāne was also her father.

[28] Māui set out to defeat her in order to bring immortality to humans, but failed and was himself killed. [29] Aaron and Moana Kandell joined the project during a critical period to help deepen the emotional story architecture of the film. They are credited with developing the core relationship between Moana and Maui, the prologue, the Cave of the Wayfinders, the Kakamora, and the collector crab Tamatoa (played by Jemaine Clement).

[30] Jared Bush received sole credit as the writer of the final version of the screenplay. Several major story problems were identified moana 2015 after the film had already transitioned from development into production, but computer-generated films tend to have much shorter production schedules and much larger animation teams (in this case, about 90 animators) than traditionally animated films.

[26] Since Clements and Musker were already working 12-hour days (and Saturdays) directing such a large team of animators, Don Hall and Chris Williams (who had just finished directing Big Hero 6) came on board as co-directors to help fix the film's story issues.

[26] The scene in which Maui and Moana encounter the Kakamora is an intentional homage to Mad Max: Fury Road. [26] Casting [ edit ] Dwayne Johnson played the co-starring role of Maui in Moana. After the filmmakers sat through auditions of hundreds of candidates from across the Pacific, [16] 14-year-old high school freshman Auliʻi Cravalho was cast as the lead character Moana.

[31] [32] At that point in time, the design of Moana's face and personality was already complete, and Cravalho's obvious physical resemblance to her character was simply a coincidence. [33] During animation production, Disney animators were able to integrate some of Cravalho's mannerisms into Moana's behavior as depicted onscreen. [33] The moana of the film's cast members are of Polynesian descent: Auliʻi Cravalho (Moana) and Nicole Scherzinger (Sina, Moana's mother) were born in Hawaii and are of Native Hawaiian heritage; Dwayne Johnson ( Maui), Oscar Kightley (Fisherman), and Troy Polamalu (Villager No.

1) are of Samoan heritage; and New Zealand-born Rachel House (Tala, Moana's grandmother), Temuera Morrison (Tui, Moana's father), and Jemaine Clement (Tamatoa) are of Māori heritage. Animation [ edit ] Moana is Clements and Musker's first fully computer-animated film. [16] [34] One of the reasons for using computer animation was that the environment, including the ocean, benefited much more from the use of CGI as opposed to traditional animation.

[35] The moana have also suggested that three-dimensional computer animation moana well-suited to the "beautiful sculpturing" of the faces of the people of the South Pacific. [36] Eric Goldberg worked on the hand-drawn animation used to depict Maui's sentient tattoos.

[37] [38] During early development, the filmmakers considered the possibility of making the film with hand-drawn traditional animation, moana only moana few early animation tests moana made in that style.

In the final cut, only Maui's tattoos are hand-drawn. [39] Moana was produced in makeshift quarters in a giant warehouse in North Hollywood (together with Zootopia), while Disney Animation's headquarters building in Burbank was being renovated. Musker observed that Moana was similar in that respect to The Little Mermaid, which was produced in a warehouse in Glendale.

Production wrapped on October 20, 2016. [40] Music and soundtrack [ edit ] Main article: Moana (soundtrack) The film's soundtrack was released by Walt Disney Records on November 18, moana. The songs were written by Opetaia Foa'i, Mark Mancina, and Lin-Manuel Miranda, while the score was written by Mancina. [41] [42] The lyrics are in English, Samoan, and the Tokelauan language. [43] The soundtrack peaked at number two on the Billboard 200. [44] Localization [ edit ] Rachel House reprised her role in the Māori version of Moana, and took over the direction of the dubbing.

Moana was localized through Disney Character Voices International into 45 languages by its original theater release, to which 6 more languages were added in the following years. [45] In many European countries, the name of the titular character, Moana, was changed to Vaiana due to a trademark conflict. The film was released in those countries to bear the alternative name in the title.

[46] In Italy, the film was released with the title Oceania: [47] media outlets speculated that the name change was to avoid confusion with Italian pornographic actress Moana Pozzi, [48] [49] and Disney Italy's head of theatrical marketing, Davide Romani, acknowledged they were "thinking about the issue" at a meeting of Italian exhibitors in 2015. [49] Following the success brought by international productions of Disney's Frozen, which led to moana release of a complete set album which included all the official versions of " Let It Go" moana at the time, [50] Disney decided to produce a special Tahitian dubbing for the movie.

On October 25, 2016, moana a press conference in Papeete, it was announced that the film will be the first motion picture to be fully dubbed in the Tahitian language. [51] This marks the second time Disney has released a special dubbing dedicated to the culture which inspired the film: the first case was The Lion King (1994), for which the directors travelled to South Africa to cast voice actors for a Zulu-dubbed version.

[52] The Tahitian dubbing moana made available in schools and institutions, but moana for the public to purchase. [53] In June 2017, a Māori-language dubbing of the movie was announced, [54] premiering in Auckland on September 11, with 30 theatres screening it moana free as part of Māori Language Week. [55] Rachel House, Jemaine Clement, Temuera Morrison, and Oscar Kightley reprised their respective roles in this version, directed by Moana House herself. [56] [57] In contrast to the Tahitian dubbing, the Māori version was made available for purchase in Australia and New Zealand, and the moana was uploaded on Disney's official Vevo channel.

[58] [59] In November 2017, a Hawaiian-language (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi) dubbing was announced to be under way, with Auliʻi Cravalho reprising her role as Moana and Nicole Scherzinger reprising the role of Sina. [7] The movie premiered on June 10, 2018, [60] and like the Tahitian dubbing, was later distributed for free to schools in Hawaii. It was never released for sale in home media form. [61] Highlighted versions were released later than 2016 "Moana" worldwide Language Title Translation Arabic موانا ( Muwānā) Bengali মোয়ানা ( Mōẏānā) Bulgarian Смелата Ваяна ( Smelata Vayana) Brave Vaiana Cantonese 魔海奇緣 ( Mo 1hoi 2kei 4jyun 4) Romance of the magic ocean Catalan Vaiana Croatian Vaiana: Potraga za mitskim otokom Vaiana: quest for the mythical island Czech Odvážná Vaiana: Legenda o konci světa Brave Vaiana: The legend of the end of the world Danish Vaiana Dutch Vaiana English ( continental Europe) [62] [63] [64] [65] Vaiana Estonian Vaiana Finnish Vaiana Flemish Vaiana French (Canada) Moana French (Europe) Vaiana, la Légende du bout du monde Vaiana, the legend from the end of the world German Vaiana – Das Paradies hat einen Haken Vaiana – Paradise has a hook Greek Βαϊάνα ( Vaïána) Hawaiian Moana Hebrew מואנה (Moana) Hindi मोआना ( Moaana) Hungarian Vaiana Icelandic Vaiana Indonesian Moana Italian Oceania Japanese モアナと伝説の海 ( Moana to densetsu no umi) Moana and The Legendary Sea Kazakh Моана ( Moana) Korean 모아나 (Moana) Latvian Vaiana Lithuanian Vaiana Malay Moana Mandarin Chinese (China) 海洋奇缘; Hǎiyáng qí yuán The romance of the ocean Mandarin Chinese (Taiwan) 海洋奇緣; Hǎiyáng qí yuán The romance of the ocean Māori Moana Norwegian Vaiana Polish Vaiana: Skarb oceanu Vaiana: Treasure of the ocean Portuguese (Brazil) Moana: Um mar de aventuras Moana: A Sea of Adventures Portuguese (Europe) Vaiana Romanian Vaiana Russian Моана (Moana) Serbian Вајана (Vajana) Slovak Vaiana Slovene Vaiana Spanish (Europe) Vaiana Spanish (Latin America) Moana: Un mar de aventuras Moana: A Sea of Adventures Swedish Vaiana Tamil மோனா ( Mōṉā) Tahitian Moana Thai ผจญภัยตำนานหมู่เกาะทะเลใต้ ( Pà-jon pai dtam-naan mòo gòr tá-lay dtâi) Adventure on the islands of the legendary southern sea Turkish Moana Ukrainian Ваяна moana Vietnamese Hành trình của Moana Moana's journey Release [ edit ] On October 20, 2014, Walt Disney Pictures announced that it would be releasing the film in late 2016, [66] and hinted that it might be the November 23, 2016, release window previously announced moana the studio in March 2014 for a then-untitled film.

[67] In November 2014, Disney confirmed that it would be releasing the film on November 23, 2016. [68] The film is accompanied by the short film Inner Workings. [69] The film's world premiere was held at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles on November 14, 2016. [70] On January 27, 2017, a sing-along version of Moana was released in moana than 2,000 theaters in the United States, featuring on-screen lyrics. [71] Marketing [ edit ] Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200 Moana logojet landing at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas in March 2017 On October 15, 2016, Hawaiian Airlines unveiled their Moana-themed livery for three of their Airbus A330-200 fleet.

[72] Disney initiating a partnership with Hawaiian Airlines [73] to promote the film has been perceived as having the motive of fetishizing Polynesian island nations as exotic vacation spots, the people and culture of which exist only to entertain foreign audiences, [74] as well as Auliʻi Cravalho speaking with The New York Times in an interview sharing travel tips for visitors to Hawaii.

[75] Critiques of these promotional tactics focus on how adverse effects of tourism have devastated native communities in the Pacific, resulting in environmental degradation and poverty. [76] Moana Maui "skin suit" costume made to tie in with the film was pulled by Disney from its online store following complaints about it being culturally insensitive [77] and for appearing to promote brownface.

[78] There are currently meet-and-greets with Moana at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris, and at Aulani, a Disney Resort and Spa. At the parks, she is located in Adventureland and is occasionally joined by Maui. [79] At Hong Kong Disneyland, there is a stage show called Moana's Village Festival, which opened in 2018. Home media [ edit moana Moana was released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on Blu-ray (2D and 3D) and DVD in the United States on March 7, 2017, moana a digital release on February 21, 2017.

The releases include the short film Inner Workings. The Blu-ray release also introduces a short film featuring Maui and Moana titled Gone Fishing. [80] Moana was also released on the streaming service Disney+ on its launch date Moana 12, 2019.

[81] Moana [ edit ] Box office [ edit ] Moana grossed $248.7 million in the U.S. and Canada, and $442.1 million in other countries, for a worldwide total of $690.8 million. [1] On January 22 and March moana, 2017, respectively, the film reached the $500 million and $600 million marks, becoming the fourth consecutive Walt Disney Animation Studios film to reach both milestones after Frozen (2013), Big Hero 6 (2014), and Zootopia (2016).

[82] [83] Although Disney has not disclosed the film's production budget, most of its animated films cost around $150 million. [84] [85] Deadline Moana calculated the net profit of the film to be $121.3 million, when factoring together all expenses and revenues for the film, making it the 12th-most profitable release of 2016. [2] North America [ edit ] In the United States, Moana was released moana the Thanksgiving weekend.


The film played in 3,875 theaters of which a majority of them (80%) screened it in 3D. It also played in 50 premium large-format screens and more than 400 D-Box screens. It was projected to take in around $50 million in three days, with $75–85 million in five days (some estimates going as high as $90 million). [86] [87] [88] said the numbers were good for the original Disney film and marked moana great rebound for the company in the wake of Pixar's The Good Dinosaur the previous year, which had made $55 million over five days off a production budget of $175–200 million.

[89] Moana made $2.6 million from Tuesday moana previews which began at 7 pm, the highest ever for moana Walt Disney Animation Studios film and for a non-Pixar Disney animated film.

[90] On its opening day, it made $15.5 million, a new record for a Walt Disney Animation Studios film opening on Wednesday (breaking Frozen 's record) and the biggest opening day ever moana a film released on pre-Thanksgiving Day. [91] On Thanksgiving Day, it earned $9.9 million, a decrease of 36% from its moana day.

On Black Friday—the highest-grossing day of the Thanksgiving stretch—it made $21.8 million, a 127% increase from the day before. [92] Through Sunday, the film posted a three-day opening weekend worth $56.6 million over its Friday-to-Sunday debut and $82.1 million from Wednesday to Sunday, the third biggest three-day Thanksgiving opening [93] (behind Frozen and Toy Story 2) and the second-biggest five-day Thanksgiving opening [94] (behind Frozen), dethroning Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them off the top spot.

Among all films that did not necessarily open in this weekend but may have played, Moana ranks sixth among three-day [95] weekends and fifth among five-day weekends. [96] The film's opening moana considered to be another animated success for the studio after Zootopia and Pixar's Finding Dory posted huge openings, respectively, the same year in March and June.


{INSERTKEYS} [97] In its second weekend, the film dropped by about 50% for a total of $28.3 million, a smaller drop than Toy Story 2, Frozen, Tangled, and The Good Dinosaur. [98] [99] The film managed to top the box office for its third weekend, despite competition from newcomers and holdovers, earning $18.5 million while falling by 34%.

It became the sixth film of 2016 to top the box office three times, following Deadpool, Zootopia, The Jungle Book, Finding Dory, and Suicide Squad. [100] The film was overtaken by Disney's own Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in its fourth weekend, despite only a marginal decline. [101] It fell to number six in its fifth weekend, due to competition from four new releases— Sing, Passengers, Why Him?, and Assassin's Creed—despite a small drop again; it grossed $2.9 million on Christmas Day.

[102] On the holiday week of December 23–29, the film finished at number four with a gross of $26 million, which was 14% up from the previous week, despite losing over 300 theaters.

[103] It finished at number four in its sixth weekend, going up 42% and 97%, respectively, during the three-day [104] and four-day weekends; [105] it grossed $3.6 million on New Year's Day. It fell outside the top ten in its eighth weekend (which included Martin Luther King Jr.

Day), dropping 33% and 4%, respectively, during the three-day [106] and four-day weekends. [107] Outside North America [ edit ] Internationally, the film earned $17.2 million in its first weekend from 12 markets, the bulk of which came from China.

In its second weekend, the film expanded to a total of 30 markets, adding an additional $33.7 million. [108] In China, the film had a November 25 opening day [109] with $1.9 million from 38,000 screenings. However, it enjoyed a big weekend bump on Saturday—even though its screens dipped—and Sunday.

[110] In total, it scored an opening weekend of $12.3 million, the second best for a Disney animated title, behind only Zootopia. It was No. 2 behind Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Strong social media numbers showed among the highest the studio has seen there, similar to how Zootopia started off slow and later became a blockbuster phenomenon. [111] The film slipped 55% in its second weekend, earning $5.8 million, and $21.8 in total in China.

[112] It would eventually earn a total of $32.7 million in China. [109] It had similar successful number-one debuts in France, Russia, Mexico and Spain.

The film also saw success in Belgium, the Netherlands and French-speaking Switzerland. [108] In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the film faced competition from Fantastic Beasts—which was playing in its third weekend—and as a result, it posted a low opening of only £2.2 million ($2.8 million).

[113] The biggest earning markets to date have been Japan ($45.9 million), followed by France ($35.5 million), China ($32.8 million), the UK ($25.3 million), Brazil ($22.9 million), Australia ($19 million), Germany ($17 million), Italy ($15.9 million), and South Korea ($15.5 million).

[114] Critical response [ edit ] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Moana holds an approval rating of 95% based on 283 reviews and an average rating of 7.9/10. The website's critical consensus reads "With a title character as three-dimensional as its lush animation and a story that adds fresh depth to Disney's time-tested formula, Moana is truly a family-friendly adventure for the ages." [115] Subsequently, the film is also listed as number 18 on the website's "90 Best Computer Animated Movies" list.

[116] On Metacritic, the film holds a weighted average score of 81 out of 100, based on 44 critics, indicating "universal acclaim". [117] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on a scale ranging from A+ to F, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave an 89% overall positive score and a 79% "definite recommend". [90] Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal proclaimed that " Moana is beautiful in more ways than I can tell, thanks to the brilliance of more animators than I could count." [118] Animator Eric Goldberg received praise from critics and audiences for his hand-drawn animation of Maui's tattoos, which they claimed "stole the show" from the actual CGI-animated motion picture.

[119] [120] [121] Wai Chee Dimock, writing in the Los Angeles Review of Books, compared the ocean in Moana to the one in "The Water Baby", a short story by Jack London, saying that both are animated: one, by the tension between digital and analog animation, and the other, by the tension between an encroaching future and a past in retreat still capable of pushing back.

[122] Christy Lemire of gave the film three-and-a-half out of four stars, stating "...its dazzling visuals, catchy tunes, enjoyable performances, clever running gags and overall sense of fun. It's all there, and—except for a few scary moments—it'll delight viewers of all ages." [123] Peter Debruge of Variety praised the film, calling it "a return to the heights of the Disney Renaissance". [124] Critics also lauded Moana for centering on a strong female protagonist whose narrative is not confined to finding a Prince Charming, a contrast to princess characters of past Disney films.

[125] Brent Lang of Variety wrote, "Whereas earlier Disney heroines waited around for their prince to come and save the day, Moana takes it upon herself to embark on a perilous oceanic voyage in order to lift her island home from a curse. It’s the kind of adventuring that would have been left for the guys in Disney films of yore...Her journey is about finding herself, not landing a husband".

[126] Polynesian response [ edit ] The film has received a mixed reception among Polynesian people, who praised the depiction of Polynesian culture and "wayfinding" traditions, while the portrayal of Māui and character of Grandma Tala were more debated. [127] Accolades [ edit ] Main article: List of accolades received by Moana (2016 film) Legacy [ edit ] Due to the success of the film, Moana was officially added to the Disney Princess franchise and was the 12th addition to the lineup.

[128] According to the official list of the most-watched streaming titles of 2021 released on January 21, 2022, by Deadline and Nielsen released, Moana ranked as the second most streamed movie title of 2021 with 8.9 billion minutes watched, just behind Luca (2021) which had 10.5 billion watched. [129] Disney+ series [ edit ] On December 10, 2020, it was announced during the Disney investors meeting that a series based on the film would stream on Disney+ sometime in 2023.

[130] The release date was later pushed back to 2024. [131] It is one of the first spin-offs to be produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios itself rather than the Disney Television Animation branch. See also [ edit ] • List of Walt Disney Animation Studios films • Polynesian navigation • Polynesians • Austronesian peoples References [ edit ] • ^ a b c "Moana (2016)".

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Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Moana Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • • Animation • Adventure • Comedy In Ancient Polynesia, when a terrible curse incurred by the Demigod Maui reaches Moana's island, she answers the Ocean's call to seek out the Demigod to set things right.

In Ancient Polynesia, when a terrible curse incurred by the Demigod Maui reaches Moana's island, she answers the Ocean's call to seek out the Demigod to set things right.

In Ancient Polynesia, when a terrible curse incurred by the Demigod Maui reaches Moana's island, she answers the Ocean's call to seek moana the Demigod to set things right. The movie features several frigate birds, particularly when baby Moana helps moana baby turtle get to the sea. Polynesians moana used frigate birds to help navigate toward new islands.

However, they spend very little time on land, and never eat there. They hunt while in flight in the open sea, and only land when they need to roost. There is a post-credit scene where Moana the Crab (Jemaine Clement) breaks the fourth wall by telling the audience that they would help him turn over if he had a Jamaican accent and was called Sebastian. A clear nod to moana directors Ron Clements and John Musker's crab character "Sebastian" in The Little Mermaid, which they wrote.

Despite being a lifelong Disney fan, that is not to say that everything they've done is great. They've done many classics, their best revolutionary, though they had hit and miss periods in the 80s and the 2000s. 'Enchanted' and 'The Princess and the Frog' saw a return to form, while the likes of 'Tangled', 'Wreck It Ralph', 'Zootropolis' (aka 'Zootopia') and 'Frozen' were even better and there was a lot to like too about 'Big Hero 6'.

Of the "2nd Renaissance"/"Disney Revival" period, 'Moana' is up there with the best of them and as one of Disney's best in about twenty years. Maybe the momentum dips ever so slightly going into the final act, Maui's change moana heart is a touch rushed and for me there was no real point to the pig character that induced more unintentional awkwardness than amusement.

It was however difficult to fault 'Moana', because of how many things it did right and how brilliantly the things it did right were executed. There have been criticisms regarding a formulaic story, HeiHei moana chicken being irritating and the portrayal of Maui being stereotypical, but these were moana that didn't bother me at all. Firstly, the animation is phenomenal. Disney's best-looking film in a long time and one of moana best-ever looking films, not just this but perhaps the most visually exquisite animated film this year in a year that also saw 'Your Name', 'Kubo' and 'Zootropolis' and even one of the year's best-looking films.

The attention to detail is impossible to fault, whether it's the water, the trees or even Maui's tattoos, while the colours just pop out at you and everything is immaculately detailed with not an ounce of artificiality in the backgrounds, further boasting visually stunning sequences such as the climax, "We Know the Way", "Shiny" and with the coconut pirates.

The soundtrack has garnered a huge amount of praise, and for good reason. Love the evocative orchestration and instrumentation, with its seamless blend of South Pacific Culture, pop and Broadway.

Likewise with the songs, which are along with 'Frozen' the best and most consistent set of songs moana a Disney film since 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'. "How Far I'll Go" is an "I want" sort of song that's infectious, heartfelt and inspiring. "You're Moana sees Dwayne Johnson showing a quite wide range of emotions through a surprisingly good singing voice. "Shiny" is deliciously kooky and like something that David Bowie would be proud of, Jemaine Clement sings the heck out of it.

"We Know the Moana sends chills up the spine. Scripting-wise, 'Moana' encompassed a wide emotional range within me. There is something for everybody, never too complicated for children and never too childish for adults, moana it's focused throughout, and it's very witty and thought-provoking. Throughout there are many opportunities moana laugh, cry and be inspired. The story is, while not exactly original, beautifully paced and enthralling.

The whole Polynesian culture, faith and seafaring traditions included and explored generously but in a way that feels part of the story rather than just thrown in, and while there are elements that reminds one of Disney past and present this feels more affectionate than Disney moana running out of ideas.

The coconut pirates scene may seem like filler, but instead of being incidental and dull filler it was entertaining and visually dazzling, while the musical numbers bring the storytelling forward and say much about the characters' motivations and the climax is hair-raising. Moana is has now joined the list as one of my favourite female Disney characters, while Maui is a fun, compelling character and the chemistry between the two being a large part of the film's humour and heart.

Personally found myself entertained by HeiHei and that his existence and role in the story moana justified. If anybody does find him dumb moana annoying, moana is a rare of those not being bad things for a character clearly intended to be that way from reading up about the film. The voice acting is top notch, with Auli'i Cravalho making a startling debut (voice and singing, goodness she moana pipes). Dwayne Johnson, on paper an unlikely and eyebrow-inducing choice, is also splendid, as an actor he's grown a lot, while Alan Tudyk is amusingly zesty and Jemaine Clement bringing gleefully kooky moana.

In summary, knocks it out of the park in visual beauty and sheer entertainment value, Disney does it again with their latest classic 'Moana'.

9/10 Bethany Cox
“ I am Moana of Motunui. You will board my boat, sail across the sea and restore the heart of Te Fiti!” ―Moana Moana is the titular protagonist of Disney's 2016 animated feature film of the same name. Born on the island village of Motunui, Moana is the daughter of Chief Tui and Sina, with an inherited love for the seas and voyaging. When her island becomes endangered by a life-killing darkness, Moana is chosen by the ocean to journey across the sea and save the world—with the help of the shape-shifting demigod Maui.

Moana is the twelfth official member of the Disney Princess line-up. [6] Contents • 1 Background • 1.1 Official Description • 1.2 Personality • 1.3 Physical appearance • 1.4 Abilities • 2 Appearances • 2.1 Moana • 2.2 Gone Fishing • 2.3 Ralph Breaks the Internet • 2.4 Other appearances • 3 Video games • 3.1 Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ • 3.2 Disney Heroes: Battle Mode • 3.3 Disney Melee Mania • 4 Disney Parks • 4.1 Disneyland Resort • 4.2 Walt Disney World • 4.3 Tokyo Disneyland • 4.4 Disneyland Paris • 4.5 Hong Kong Disneyland • 4.6 Shanghai Disneyland • 5 Gallery • 6 Trivia • 7 References • 8 External links Background Official Description Moana is moana vibrant, tenacious and moana daughter of the Chief of Motunui, thriving on her moana but drawn to the ocean.

When her island is threatened by a dark force, Moana sets sail outside the reef and her comfort zone to right a wrong, save her people, and find the answers she's been searching for her whole life. Personality As described by Gramma Tala, Moana "stands out from the crowd". She is sea-loving, headstrong, strong-willed, practically fearless, and physically capable.

Though she has moments of self-doubt, she has great pride in who she is, and is generally too stubborn to back away from new challenges. Moana approaches new experiences and tasks with the utmost moana and will stand her ground to fight for what she values even when all seems lost.

Despite her lack of experience outside of Motunui, Moana can present herself as an imposing force despite her size and has bested the most fearsome beasts and impossible obstacles across the seas of Oceania while relying almost solely on moana own intelligence.

For moana her strengths, Moana suffers from major identity crises. Surrounded by a loving family and a supportive community of neighbors, Moana cares a great deal for her people, and the village in which she was born and raised. However, she also has a passionate love for the ocean and the idea of moana beyond her home island's barrier reef. Throughout Moana's life, voyaging had been prohibited as a means to keep the people of Motunui safe, but even so, Moana's spirited and tenacious attitude kept her dreams of experiencing life beyond her island alive.

At the same time, Moana was happily devoted to her village during her time as chief-in-training. An intelligent and resourceful leader, Moana was quick to remedy any problems her village faced and was masterful in keeping herself composed and optimistic during times of a crisis. Moana's loyalty towards her family and people actually played a part in her crippling identity crisis. As she cared for them immensely, she occasionally felt extreme guilt for being drawn to the sea, as lamented in her song " How Far I'll Go"; she believed that if she were to pursue the ocean, she would ultimately disappoint the people she loved.

Simultaneously, she felt an obligation towards her ancestors, wanting to reinvigorate their ways of wayfinding as a means to honor them and the legacy they left for her people. These conflicted emotions would ultimately act as Moana's greatest challenge throughout the film. When it was revealed that she had been chosen by the ocean to restore the legendary heart of Te Fiti, Moana did not put her focus on the potentially devastating outcome of her mission, but the unity between her love for Motunui and her dream of voyaging in the tradition of her great ancestors.

Though this would ultimately benefit all parties, this mindset is perhaps Moana's greatest flaw. In being heroic and deathly devoted to her goals, Moana can be selfish in that she is willing to endanger others in order to prove she is capable of moana her ambitions without fail.

Both Tui and Maui confront Moana on this during the film's events, and though she denied both accusations, she knew - deep down - that this was correct. She can also be reckless with herself in this regard, as she drove herself out to sea without proper training in the ways of wayfinding or even sailing. She fears very little, but because of this, she can occasionally bite off more than she can chew.

However, these acts are not done with malicious or even notable intent. Moana is extremely sympathetic and caring, which drives her to perform life-threatening stunts for what she genuinely believes to be the greater good.

Even as a child, Moana was moana courageous youth who displayed bravery, a longing to leave home and sail beyond the reef to experience adventures. As other children feared Gramma Tala's story of Te Fiti and Maui, Moana moana fully invested and excited. However, due to a lack of experience out in the sea, Moana wasn't aware of the dangers that came along with it.

For instance, Maui teases Moana during his song " You're Welcome" and, with her transfixed, he shuts her in a cave so he could steal her boat. Throughout her adventure to return the heart of Te Fiti, Moana was dunked, sent flying, or occasionally stumbling as well as slipping on her feet. Like most teenagers, Moana was also wide-eyed and shy, having a tendency to stammer when she speaks, fidget with her hands, flinch when frightened, and stand or stagger in a pigeon-toed stance.

Nevertheless, Moana held her own against the dangers of the sea. Although initially thinking the Kakamora are "kind of cute", only moana them to immediately attack, Moana was able to board the Kakamora's ship and survive their attacks as well as dodge the darts being shot at her. Moana also had the ocean on her side whenever she needed help, such as when Maui repeatedly flung her overboard, the ocean popped Moana back onto her canoe, dripping wet.

Upon entering Moana, Moana is attacked by a frog-lizard monster and a moana monster, where she scream or squirm in moana, having never been so afraid in her life as the monsters attempts to eat her. Fear and shock distracted Moana as Tamatoa flipped her into the air and clutched her in his pincer, hanging her moana as his mouth opening wide to moana her. Despite the odds, Moana refused to give moana and kept on going with her strength and bravery, though at times she can be reckless, cocky and gets confused easily in her lack of experience.

Still, Moana would keep going, asserting her stance and using her wits to find her way out of situations by unorthodox methods. In contrast to this, Moana grows with failure. When the Kakamora try to steal the heart of Te Fiti, Moana fights back, successfully recovering the heart and defeating the pirates.

After Maui refuses to assist her in battling Te Kā following a disastrous first encounter on her account, she works up the courage to redeem herself by facing the lava demon alone. She is also empathetic and looks to help herself by helping and understanding others first.

This is most notably seen when she puts hours worth of focus on coming to understand Maui and the reasoning behind his own inner demons. In doing so, she was able to exhibit self-loving wisdom (specifically regarding how one should moana inside themselves for strength and guidance, and not in someone else).

Moana would later use this to encourage herself during her darkest hour. As she grew with her adventure, Moana discovered more about herself. She came to realize that no one can define who you are, other than yourself; she was neither meant to be devoted solely to the sea or solely to her people, but to herself.

As such, she was able to bring her two loves together, ultimately recreating and honoring what came before her: a unity between her people and the sea. Physical appearance At 16 years old, Moana of Motunui has a slender yet muscular build that sets her apart from previous Disney princesses and heroines. She has brown eyes with thick eyebrows, full brownish-pink lips, and long, wavy, black hair.

Moana usually wears moana hair down, only tying it in a top bun sporadically when sailing. Moana in her classic outfit (left), in her ceremonial outfit (center), and in her voyager outfit (right). Moana's outfits are all made out of Tapa, Pandanus, leaves, feathers, and other natural resources found on Motunui.

For her regular outfit, she wears a crop top made out of red Tapa with a layered style accessorized with seashells along moana perimeter. She wears a red sash made from the same material that wraps around her skirt made out of shredded Pandanas and layered Tapa, with a slit for mobility purposes on her journey. When leading on Motunui, she wears a lei made out of green leaves and pink flowers.

After Gramma Tala's death, Moana dons her blue necklace that carries in it the heart of Te Fiti. During a brief dancing scene in " Where You Are", Moana wears a dress similar in style to her regular outfit, this time moana a red skirt and a white top adorned with a white Pandanus collar, seashell necklace, and a lei made out of green leaves and white flowers, as well as bracelets and anklets on both hands and feet made out of the same material and encrusted with white seashells.

Moana also wears a Samoan-inspired ceremonial dress during the same song with a red Tapa top and skirt adorned with red tassels, a white Pandanus collar, skirt, and belt, red-feathered arm cuffs, and green leaf bracelets, both with white seashells around the edge.

The dress is topped off with a traditional Samoan headdress made out of shredded red Pandanus, white feathers, seashells, and other natural items found throughout Motunui. The final outfit Moana wears in the film is her voyager dress in the film's epilogue.

Moana's voyager dress is made out of fresh leaves and plants in contrast to her previous outfits, all made out of dried materials. Moana's top is made out of bright red leaves to symbolize her new role as Chief of Motunui.

Her belt is made out of red Tapa with a panel of green leaves cascading down the layered skirt made out of shredded Pandanus. Moana wears a lei made out of red and green leaves and encrusted with white flowers, as well as a leaf cuff on her left arm and on her right ankle. Abilities • Ocean connection: Though Moana does not technically possess the skill to bend water to her will, she does share a unique and exclusive connection with the ocean itself.

Sometimes the ocean helps her when she's in need. For example, when Maui leaves Moana with her boat, and repeatedly throwing her overboard, the ocean popped her back on board, dripping wet. • Athleticism: Growing up on an island has provided Moana with an environment that allows her to use her strength and agility to traverse throughout it.

As seen during " How Far I'll Go", Moana is physically dominant, as she was seen zip-lining and running at a fast pace without losing stamina. She also has a natural talent for swimming and can endure being underwater for a considerably long period of time for a human.

During her brief time trapped in Maui's cave, Moana demonstrated incredible leg strength by moving and toppling over a statue of the demigod many times her size and weight, so she can climb out through a moana crevice.

Moana also held her own while fighting back against the Kakamora and has demonstrated that she is able to outrun various monsters. • Master sailor: Though inexperienced at first, Moana has always been drawn to the sea as a result of her ancestral heritage.

When she first embarked set sail with Pua in an attempt to go beyond the reef, her sailing skills left much to be desired, and as a result, she was nearly killed by the strong currents.

However, she made it passed almost effortlessly the same night, and throughout her adventures with Maui, steadily learned various necessities and tricks that would ultimately lead her to become a talented sailor moana and by extension - a master navigator.

Appearances Moana Moana meets the moana as a toddler. Moana is first seen as a toddler, being told an ancient story about the legendary demigod Maui. According to Gramma Tala, the dramatic storyteller, Maui stole the coveted heart of Te Fiti centuries before their time. As a result, a lava demon known as Te Kā was born, and the world was plunged into slow-burning darkness. The only hope for humanity lies in the hands of a fearless hero, moana must journey to find Maui and have him return the heart to its rightful place.

While the other children are terrified by the story, Moana is captivated. Chief Tui claims there is no such darkness consuming the world, and stresses the law that forbids anyone on the island from traveling past the reef.

Moana fails moana heed her father's words and waddles to the ocean shores in bliss. There, she helps a struggling moana sea turtle make its way to the ocean against predators. Just then, Moana is acquainted with the ocean, which reveals itself to have a mind of its own. Having witnessed her purity with the baby sea turtle, the ocean grows fond of Moana and chooses her as the heroine destined to save the world. It provides her with the heart of Te Fiti, but when Tui arrives and takes her back to the village, Moana drops the heart and leaves it at the shore.

Moana accepts her role as future Chief of Motunui. Tui notices his daughter's love for the sea, and over the years, he and the people of Motunui try to convince Moana that their island home is a paradise and that her destiny is to follow in her father's footsteps by becoming chief.

Though she loves her people, Moana continues to feel drawn to the sea, something Tala encourages. One day, Tui takes Moana to a sacred place on the island: a high mountain, where chiefs from every generation place a stone to signify the start of their leadership.

Moana inspires Moana to finally accept her role as soon-to-be chief of the village. She moana spends her time learning under her parents on how to assist her people across the moana. One day, the islands' supply of food begins to die out. Moana believes that traveling beyond the reef to find food elsewhere is the best solution, but Tui strongly forbids it. She nevertheless tries against his wishes and nearly drowns before she can even make it past the barriers.

The moana returns moana confirm Moana's destiny. Believing she's failed as a sailor, Moana declares that she is not fit for the sea and wishes to place her stone on the mountain. She tells this to Tala, who responds by showing Moana a hidden cave created by their ancestors long ago.

Moana learns that she's drawn to the sea because her ancestors were voyagers. When asked why their voyaging stopped, Tala explains that it was Maui's doing, referring to his crime of stealing Te Fiti's heart, which filled the seas with monsters and demons. Tala reveals to have the heart of Te Fiti in her possession and explains that moana ocean chose Moana to restore it. Not knowing how to sail, Moana rushes to Tui and her people to ask for their assistance in restoring the heart.

Once again, Tui forbids leaving the island, moana her, and throws the heart away. As Moana recovers it, she finds Tala's walking stick on the grass. Moana and Maui's first meeting. Moana and her parents rush to the medics, where Tala lies on her deathbed.

She encourages Moana to find Maui and restore the heart with her last ounce of breath. Moana reluctantly accepts her grandmother's dying wish, packs supplies, and takes one of her ancestor's boats that unknowingly had her rooster friend, Heihei, aboard as well.

As Moana leaves, her grandmother's light fades out, and her spirit guides Moana past the reef and into the seas. The following night, the ocean carries Moana to Maui's island, where the two meet and fail to see eye to eye.

Moana is more concerned with the sight of Moana's boat, which he steals by trapping Moana in a cave. She manages to use her wits to escape and makes it to Maui with the help of the ocean. She orders him to return the heart, but upon seeing it, Maui tries to leave the boat, only to be brought back by the moana.

He claims the heart is cursed, something Moana refuses to believe until they fall under attack by a band of pirates called the Kakamora. Moana learns the ways of a wayfinder under Maui and Mini Maui. The Kakamora crave the heart of Te Fiti's power, but Moana stands her ground and fights back. She successfully recovers the heart and defeats the pirates. Though Maui commends her on surviving, he still refuses to help return the heart. Moana persuades him to comply when she claims such an act will help Maui regain a positive reputation amongst mortals.

Maui agrees to help, but not without his fishhook, which is said to be in the clutches of Tamatoa, a giant crab living in Lalotai, the Realm of Monsters. As they make their way, Moana watches intently as Maui proves himself to be a master wayfinder.

She asks him to teach her, and after he refuses at first, the ocean uses one of the Kakamora's blow darts to numb the demigod, leaving him unable to sail. With no other choice, he teaches Moana how to wayfind. After much mentoring, Moana falls asleep and has a nightmare in which she watches as her home and parents are destroyed by Te Kā's curse. When she awakens, she finds that Maui has taken over moana boat and has successfully led them to Lalotai's island.

Moana is almost eaten by Tamatoa. As they climb a mountain to reach the entrance to the underworld, Maui questions why the ocean chose Moana to save the world, though she doesn't seem to know, herself. Despite her sudden feeling of self-doubt, Moana moana Maui into Lalotai.

She evades several monsters, one of which tried to eat her, until eventually finding Tamatoa's lair and the fishhook adhered to Tamatoa's shell. Moana distracts Tamatoa long enough for Maui to take back his hook, but the demigod finds that his shapeshifting abilities are out of whack.

Feeling powerful, Tamatoa attacks Maui and imprisons Moana to prevent her from interfering. As she watches helplessly, Tamatoa taunts Maui on his hidden insecurities and alludes to a tragic past. As such information was previously unknown to her, Moana is confused by Tamatoa's words.


She nevertheless escapes her cell while Tamatoa is distracted and uses a makeshift duplicate of Te Fiti's heart to drive the crab's attention away from Maui. The two escape, and once they have reached safety, Maui thanks Moana moana her actions, though he berates himself for moana to defeat Tamatoa and almost letting Moana be killed as a result. They set sail once more, but a down-on-his-luck Maui feels unable to defeat Te Kā and restore the heart without his hook.

Moana, wanting to get to the root of Maui's self-doubt, pries to uncover the demigod's backstory. This only angers Maui, which prompts Moana to confess her own moana of self-doubt by revealing she is unsure why the ocean chose her. She further explains that she pushes herself regardless in order to save her dying island, though she can only do so with Maui's help.

Moana offers to lend an ear for the demigod, and Maui eventually opens up to her moana revealing he was born a human and was abandoned by his parents. After being adopted by the gods, he became a hero and protected mankind to earn the love he was denied by his parents.

Moana admits that moana feels worthless without his hook, but Moana moana a true hero in the demigod, moana of his magical attributes. This resonates with Maui and gives him the moana to train in order to recover his power, under the guidance of Moana and Mini Maui (Maui's sentient tattoo). Simultaneously, Maui furthers Moana's mentoring in wayfinding, eventually turning her into a master navigator on par with her ancestors, though Maui contends that she may have surpassed moana.

Moana and Maui's falling out. It is eventually decided that they're ready moana face Te Kā. Maui encourages Moana to utilize her skills and sail the rest of the way, and with the demigod's teachings in mind, Moana makes it to Te Fiti, much to the delight of a prideful Maui.

Maui then takes the heart and flies to Te Fiti, but he is immediately attacked by Te Kā and quickly defeated. Landing back on the boat, Maui urges Moana to turn back for their own safety, but Moana refuses, unwilling to back away after coming so close to accomplishing their goal.

She sails them towards Te Fiti and straight into Te Kā's reach. The lava monster strikes down to kill Moana, but Maui intervenes and uses his fishhook to block Te Kā's blow. The moana created by the powerful impact drives Moana and Maui far from Te Fiti's shores.

After they recover, Maui confronts Moana on her recklessness, which severely damaged his fishhook. Believing the ocean chose wrong in Moana as the world's savior, Maui refuses to return to Te Kā, instead suggesting they part ways as all hope is lost with his fishhook in such critical condition.

Leaving Moana sad and upset, Moana stands her ground at the thought of backing down and tearfully tries to force Maui to stay, only to be met with rejection as the demigod uses some of his remaining power to shape-shift into a hawk and fly off into the night.

Moana's inspirational encounter with her ancestors. Sad and alone, Moana is approached by the ocean. She mournfully confesses to her incompetence and demands that the ocean chooses someone else to restore the heart.

The moana accepts Moana's decision and takes the heart of Te Fiti back into the sea. As Moana breaks down in tears, she is visited by Gramma Tala's spirit ghost, who comforts and apologizes to her granddaughter for placing so much pressure on her.

Tala encourages Moana to return home if she wishes to, promising to remain by her side on the journey back. Moana moana herself to sail home, but finds that she cannot bring herself to actually do so. Unable to understand, Tala encourages Moana to open up to her emotions to understand why she feels hesitant to return home. Moana comes to realize that the everlasting love she holds for her people and the sea is what brought her so far, is what ultimately defines who she is, and explains why she's the one capable moana saving the world.

Encouraged, Moana dives into the moana and retrieves moana heart of Moana Fiti. When she resurfaces, Tala is gone, but Moana's determination is now even stronger than ever.

Moana tames Te Moana. She repairs her boat and travels back to Te Fiti with Heihei moana her side. They confront Te Kā, who Moana manages to outsmart in order moana make it past Te Fiti's barrier islands. Unfortunately, Moana Kā eventually catches on and attacks.

Moana is thrown off her boat and is nearly killed by the lava demon until Maui returns with a change of heart. Moana to defend Moana despite the damaged state of his fishhook, Maui distracts Te Kā while the ocean helps Moana to Te Fiti's now molten shores.

There, Moana cannot find the spiral in which the heart is to be placed. Looking out into the distance, she notices a glowing spiral on Te Kā's chest and quickly comes to the realization that the lava demon is Te Fiti.

Just as Te Kā is about to finish Maui off, Moana uses the heart to get her attention as she tells the ocean to clear a path. When she confronts Te Kā, she then sings " Know Who You Are" in the moment of certain doom, which the song tames Te Kā, who finds peace in Moana's inspiring words and turns herself into molten rock. Moana places the heart into Te Moana chest, and the lava monster's body crumbles away, reviving the radiant and lush Te Fiti.

Moana leading her people as chief. The Goddess revives the dying islands across the world, as well as Moana's boat and Maui's moana. Moana asks Maui to return home with her, but Maui warmly denies, instead of showing Moana a new tattoo on his moana, inspired by her heroism. The two warmly embrace before Maui shape-shifts into a hawk and flies moana.

Shortly afterward, Moana and Heihei sail for Motunui. They arrive just as Motunui recovers from the curse entirely. Tui and Sina spot Moana arriving home and lovingly greet her. With her deed having restored the safety of the sea, Moana becomes chief, and the people of the village bring out their ancestor's boats. Voyaging starts again, and Moana makes her mark of leadership on Motunui's sacred mountain with a seashell given to her by the ocean, symbolizing the unity of her duties to her people and her passion for the seas.

Gone Fishing Moana in Gone Fishing. Moana interacts with the Ocean back on her home island of Motunui. She is interrupted by Maui, who tried teaching her to 'command' it instead. This moana to Maui getting humiliated by the Ocean while trying to fish, much to Moana and Mini Maui's amusement.

After his ego is completely deflated, Moana then returns the fish (intended to be Maui's lunch) to the Ocean as she corrects him on her name, leading to Maui being thrown to the sky by the Moana through a geyser. Ralph Breaks the Internet Moana and the princesses meet Ralph in Ralph Breaks the Internet.

Moana returns in Ralph Breaks the Internet, joining all the other Disney Princesses at Oh My Disney. She is first seen greeting netizens behind all the other princesses. Vanellope manages to find refuge in the Disney princesses' private quarters to get away from the First Order Stormtroopers, where the ladies are on break; Moana can be seen talking with Anna and Elsa.

As the princesses mistake Vanellope as a threat, moana surge at her with their respective weapons; Moana prepares to hit Vanellope with her oar.

Luckily, she and the moana princesses begin to softening themselves when Vanellope tells them that she is a princess too. Moana, Mulan, Merida, and Anna are the only ones who do not ask Vanellope moana question to prove what kind of princess she is. After declaring Vanellope to be a princess, they soon moana her casual modern outfit, and switched their gowns to modern casual outfits; Moana wears an orange tank top reading " #SHINY" along with the artwork of Tamatoa, and white shorts; along with Ariel, she is also seen barefoot throughout the film.

They then talk about how they like to break into song. Pocahontas says what works is to find a body of water and stare at it, where Moana replies that she sings to the ocean.

After C-3PO tells the princesses to get ready to meet the quiz participants, Merida bids farewell to Vanellope in a thick Scottish dialect, which Moana says they cannot understand her. Moana also later appears participating in the rescue to save Ralph from falling down from the Google skyscraper, creating a magical wave that Ariel swims through.

When Ralph falls into the Royal Mattress wearing Snow White's dress, he notices the princesses after Prince Naveen kisses him. After the princesses tell Ralph that they are Vanellope's friends, Moana says " You're welcome". Much to Yesss and Vanellope's amusement, Ralph says Snow White's dress is not made for a big boy. In the credits, the toddler version of Moana makes an appearance as a modern-day girl named Mo coming home after seeing the very film.

Mo tells her mother that she was unhappy over a scene that was in the trailer, which was not in the film itself, so her mother moana her to play a mobile game, Pancake Milkshake, to feel better. Mo does so, but while playing, she sees both Ralph and Vanellope crash the game. Ralph then overfeeds the bunny character who explodes from pressure, causing Mo to scream in horror. Other appearances In Zootopia, a feline version of Moana can be seen on the cover of Duke Weaselton's bootleg copy of Meowana.

A doll version of Moana makes a cameo appearance in a 2016 Holiday commercial for Target, where she is shown turning on the stage lights for the rehearsal of the "Toycracker". An emoticon version moana Moana appeared in the As Told by Emoji episode based on Moana.

A little girl, resembling her modern day counterpart Mo, appears in the Short Circuit film Drop. She is sitting in a car playing with a toy during a rainstorm when she catches sight of the sentient rain drop and makes contact with him.

In the series finale of At Home With Olaf, a short clip of moana film featuring moana appears during a montage of heartwarming moments from Disney films playing in Olaf's song " I Am with You".

Video games Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ Moana is featured as a 5-star golden magic combat medal obtained for optional quests in promotion with the film. In addition, a Moana costume appears as customizable attire.

[7] [8] Disney Heroes: Battle Mode Moana appears in the mobile battle game as moana unlockable hero with thirty moana, her ability to hit enemies with a paddle is the same as in the movie, in addition to that when she activates the white ability, the spirit of her grandmother appears in battle giving it vitality. Disney Melee Mania Moana appears as a playable character in this game. Disney Parks Moana at Disney's Polynesian Resort.

Disneyland Resort Moana currently makes meet-and-greet appearances at the Disneyland park in Adventureland. Walt Disney World Moana began making appearances moana Disney's Polynesian Village Resort on November 16, 2016, prior to the film's release. She later became available for meet-and-greets at Disney's Hollywood Studios. At the Magic Kingdom, Moana appears in the nighttime spectacular Happily Ever After, where she performs " How Far I'll Go". As of August 2017, she appears in the boat finale of Fantasmic!

where she replaced Mulan standing next to Donald before swapping spots with Stitch. But beginning in 2022, during moana revamp of the show, she will play a major role. Also in 2022, she will appear alongside fellow Disney characters in the Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade.

Tokyo Disneyland When Tokyo's version of It's a Small World was refurbished in 2018, a Moana figure was added to the Pacific Islands section, sailing on her boat with Pua. Disneyland Paris On November 18, moana, Moana made her debut at the Disneyland park during the "You're Welcome" pre-parade, in which she toured through the parade route to the music of Maui's signature song.

She later began making meet-and-greet appearances at the Art of Animation attraction on November 20. Hong Moana Disneyland Moana appears in Moana: A Homecoming Celebration, performed in Adventureland. Shanghai Disneyland In front of Enchanted Storybook Castle, Moana appears alongside Maui in the Summer Blast stage show. She also stars as one of the hosts in Moana: A Homecoming Celebration, retelling the story of her journey. Gallery The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Moana.

Trivia • Her name means "ocean" in many Polynesian languages, including Hawaiian and Maori. • Moana is the second Disney Princess to be part of a tribal civilization, with the first being Pocahontas.

Despite both being the daughters of a chief, unlike Pocahontas, Moana wasn't considered a princess by other people, including herself (except for Maui, but it was in a joking manner). The real counterpart of Pocahontas was addressed as a princess in history; she was also called a princess in her respective sequel.

• Moana and Pocahontas are also the only Disney Princesses who did moana appear in the Sofia the First series nor the live-action series Once Upon a Time. The reason why Moana did moana appear on the former was that show ended its run before the character was officially inducted; Sofia the First ended on September 8, 2018, while Moana did not become an official member of the Moana Princess line until moana.

• Animators put a considerable amount of effort into ensuring Moana's hair added to her performance. They did so by developing new software to give the hair a realistic look. They also changed her hairstyle in different scenes, depending on her current action (such as tying her hair in a bun as she sails). [9] • In one version of the story, Moana had nine older brothers that left the island. Their sister would eventually journey to rescue them. [10] • Musician Dinah Jane Hansen auditioned for the role of lead, but the role eventually went to AuliÊ»i Cravalho.

• Moana was designed to have a body that is considerably more realistic than the thinly stylized proportions of previous Disney animated heroines.

[11] • The junior novelization gives her age as 16. This makes her the only Disney princess to be voiced by an actress younger than the character, as her film was released on Auli'i Cravalho's 16th birthday. • Like Merida, Snow White, Tiana, and Moana, Moana is one of the few Disney Princesses without a sequel to her film. • Moana was, at one point, a secondary character as the film was initially centered around Maui. Moana's story involved going on a mission to save her love interest.

[11] • The red in Moana's clothing represents her royal heritage as the daughter of a chief. [11] • Over 40 designs were proposed for Moana's necklace. The final appearance was chosen to represent Moana's ties to both the land and sea. The stars on the necklace represent Moana's identity as a navigator. [11] • She is the second protagonist of Polynesian descent in a Disney animated feature, the first being Lilo from Lilo & Stitch. • During the credits of that movie, one of the photos showed Stitch holding a giant leaf over a sea turtle and its baby the same way Moana did.

• In some foreign versions of the film (mainly in some countries in Europe), she is renamed Vaiana due to copyright reasons. • Moana was originally going to be a playable character in the third installment of Disney Infinity, but after the series was confirmed to have been discontinued in May 2016, it was implied that Moana was canceled.

[12] moana At one point, Moana says "You lying, slimy son of a b.!" to Maui while she was stuck in the cave, saying a curse word in the process, but the moana switches to Maui, cutting her off. • In keeping with the tradition of other Disney Princesses, Moana does not have a last name. There are some reports of the last name " Waialiki" having been heard at the original D23 announcement or seen in early promotional material, but no examples have moana found to confirm this.

• Writer Jared Bush reported that past iterations of the film had her last name be Waialiki, while moana have Motunui, though he wasn't sure on what was ultimately canon. [13] • In the reprise of the deleted ballad " More", Moana mentions that Gramma Tala was the one who named her. • Moana's oar is most likely a Culacula: a warclub originating from Fiji that could be used both as an oar and a weapon. • Some of Ariel's meet-and-greets have Ariel sing " How Far I'll Go" to the people that meet her, and she does never know the moana of the song, and she only hears Moana sing it from "above", and that she sings it every time she sails.

• Moana is the fifth non-white Disney Princess, after Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, and Tiana. • Moana and Mulan are also the only Princesses not to have celebrities pose as them for the Disney Dream Portrait Series. • Unlike her most recent predecessors, Moana was not inducted into the Disney Princess franchise with a coronation event. Instead, the character was slowly integrated into official Disney Princess moana such as books and toy lines, as well as social media posts moana the release of her film, before being added to the franchise's official website as a member in 2019.

• Also, unlike her most recent predecessors (who were inducted in the line-up after almost one year of their film's release), Moana took almost three years since her film's release before being inducted into the line-up.

• Moana is a taupou, who later became a Matai in the Fa'amatai government system due to her being a daughter of a chief, and because she became a successor to her father, who was a Matai before her. • Moana is the second Disney Princess to be an original character and not based on a preexisting character, the first being Merida from Brave. • Moana appeared in Ralph Breaks Moana Internet despite not being an official member yet of the Disney Princess franchise at the time of the film's release.

• Moana only got officially inducted into the franchise a few months after the premiere of Ralph Breaks The Internet. • Considering her ethnicity, Moana is the first CGI Disney Princess to not have freckles. • Moana is one of the few Disney Princesses whose signature outfit has more than one color, after Snow White, Ariel (in her mermaid form), and Mulan.

• Moana moana the first Disney Princess to have her name in her film's title since Mulan. • Moana is the first Disney Princess to directly reject the title of "princess". References • ↑ • ↑ • ↑ • ↑ tied with Judy Hopps from Zootopia • ↑ tied with Jason Bateman as Nick Wilde • ↑ Disney Princess - Official Site • ↑ Joey (November 25, 2016).

" Nov moana Kingdom Hearts Unchained Moana ENG update". Kingdom Hearts Insider. Retrieved on December 5, 2016. • ↑ Joey (December 2, 2016). " Dec 2nd - Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ ENG Update". Kingdom Hearts Insider. Retrieved on December 5, 2016.


• ↑ " 65 Things To Know About Disney’s ‘Moana’". Geeks of Doom (September 7, 2016). • ↑ Moana's brothers by visual development artist Minkyu Lee • moana 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 Keely, Flaherty (November 26, 2016).

" 34 Magical "Moana" Facts You Probably Don’t Know".


BuzzFeed. Retrieved on November 27, 2016. • ↑ " Disney Infinity's Demise Also Killed A Moana Game". Kotaku (June 29, 2016). • ↑ Bush, Jared (February 11, 2017). " I need to moana -- not sure what's canon.

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• Celebration • Sugar Rush • Shut Up and Drive • Wreck It, Wreck-It Ralph • March of the Oreos Ralph Breaks the Internet: Zero • A Place Called Slaughter Race Objects Magic Hammer • Medal of Heroes • Gold Coin • Vanellope's Racing Karts • Candy Kart • Royal Racer • Vanellope's Medal • Arcade Prizes • King Candy's Chest See Also Disney Revival v - moana - d Disney feature films A Goofy Movie: Powerline Aladdin: Aladdin • Genie • Jafar • Jasmine • Rajah Alice in Wonderland: Alice • Mad Moana • Queen of Hearts • Cheshire Cat Atlantis: The Lost Empire: Kida Nedakh • Vincenzo Santorini • Helga Sinclair Beauty and the Beast: Gaston • Beast • Belle Big Hero 6: Hiro Hamada • Baymax • Honey Lemon • Wasabi • Go Go Tomago • Fred Bolt: Moana Cinderella: Fairy Godmother Moana Elsa • Olaf • Kristoff • Sven • Anna Hercules: Hades • Hercules • Megara • Zeus • Philoctetes Lilo & Stitch: Stitch • Pleakley • Jumba • Angel • Lilo Pelekai Mickey Mouse & Friends: Mickey Mouse • Goofy • Donald Duck • Minnie Mouse • Pluto • Pete Moana: Moana • Maui Mulan: Fa Mulan • Li Shang • Shan Yu • Mushu Peter Pan: Peter Pan • Captain Hook Pocahontas: Pocahontas Raya and the Last Dragon: Raya • Sisu • Namaari Robin Hood: Moana Hood • Sheriff moana Nottingham Sleeping Beauty: Maleficent Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Evil Queen • Snow White Tangled: Rapunzel • Flynn Rider • Maximus The Black Cauldron: The Horned King The Emperor's New Groove: Yzma • Kronk • Kuzco • Pacha The Great Mouse Detective: Basil of Baker Street The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Moana The Jungle Book: King Louie • Baloo • Bagheera • Kaa The Lion King: Scar • Rafiki • Timon • Pumbaa • Simba • Nala The Little Mermaid: Ariel • Ursula • King Triton The Nightmare Before Christmas: Jack Skellington • Sally • Oogie Boogie • Lock, Shock, and Barrel The Princess and the Frog: Dr.

Facilier The Sword in the Stone: Merlin • Madam Mim Treasure Planet: Captain Amelia • Jim Hawkins • John Silver Wreck-It Ralph: Wreck-It Ralph • Vanellope von Schweetz • Fix-It Felix Jr. • Sergeant Calhoun • Shank Winnie the Pooh: Winnie the Pooh • Tigger moana Eeyore Zootopia: Judy Hopps • Nick Wilde • Yax • Finnick • Chief Bogo • Clawhauser • Koslov • Mr.

Big Disney animated shows Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers: Chip and Dale • Gadget Hackwrench • Zipper Darkwing Duck: Darkwing Duck • Megavolt • Quackerjack DuckTales: Scrooge McDuck • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • Fenton Crackshell • Magica De Spell Gargoyles: Goliath • Demona Kim Possible: Kim Possible • Dr. Drakken • Shego • Ron Stoppable • Rufus Pixar A Bug's Life: Flik • Hopper Brave: Merida Coco: Miguel Rivera Finding Nemo: Gerald • Marlin • Nemo • Hank • Dory Inside Out: Anger • Joy • Sadness • Disgust • Fear Monsters, Inc.: James P.

Sullivan • Boo • Mike Wazowski • Randall Boggs Onward: Ian Lightfoot • Corey the Manticore • Barley Lightfoot Ratatouille: Alfredo Linguini • Remy • Colette Tatou The Incredibles: Mr. Incredible • Elastigirl • Dash Parr • Violet Parr • Jack-Jack Parr • Frozone • Syndrome • The Underminer • Voyd Toy Story: Woody • Buzz Lightyear • Jessie • Rex • Emperor Zurg • Bo Peep • Billy, Goat, and Gruff • Duke Caboom • Ducky and Bunny • Slinky Moana • Hamm Up: Carl Fredricksen • Dug • Russell • Kevin WALL-E: WALL-E • EVE Disney live-action films Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow • Hector Barbossa • Tia Dalma • Davy Jones The Rocketeer: Cliff Secord Tron: Kevin Flynn • Quorra • Tron Hocus Pocus: Winifred Sanderson • Sarah Sanderson • Mary Sanderson • Thackery Binx • Billy Butcherson The Muppets Animal • Miss Piggy • Gonzo • Dr.

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MOANA Moana is a sea-loving, strong-willed wayfarer. Though she has moments of self-doubt, she has great pride in who she is, and doesn’t back away from new challenges. She approaches new experiences and tasks with the utmost seriousness and will stand her ground to fight for what she values, even when all seems lost. Moana knows that when you sail beyond your reef with courage, you can moana any ocean. About and Legal • About Disney • Disney Help • Careers • Contact Us • Advertise With Us • Moana Premier Visa® Card • Terms of Use • Additional Content Information • Privacy Policy • Your California Privacy Rights • Children's Online Privacy Policy • Do Not Sell My Personal Information • Interest-Based Ads
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Genre: Action-Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy, Musical Three thousand years ago, the greatest sailors in the world voyaged across the vast Pacific, discovering the many islands of Oceania. But then, for a millennium, their voyages stopped, and no one knows why… Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Moana is about an adventurous teenager who, with help from demigod Maui (voiced by Dwayne Johnson) sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master wayfinder and save her people.

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