A new clip features Chin and Croak, Fei Fei’s potential stepbrother-to-be and his pet frog; he can be annoying, but just like our heroine, he believes in the impossible.
We’re headed Over the Moon as Netflix’s highly anticipated new animated musical adventure, directed by the legendary Oscar-winning director Glen Keane (Dear Basketball) and co-directed by Oscar-winning director John Kahrs (Paperman), queues up for its October 23 release.
In the film, Fei Fei, a bright young girl fueled with determination and a passion for science, builds a rocket ship to the moon to prove the existence of a legendary Moon Goddess. There she ends up on an unexpected quest and discovers a whimsical land of fantastical creatures.
Netflix has just released another clip: Meet Chin and Croak, Fei Fei’s rambunctious, high-energy stepbrother-to-be and his pet frog. Not only does he have two superpowers, but he also got fourth place at the Yanshi City Ping-Pong tournament! He can be annoying at times, but he also believes in the impossible, just like our heroine.
The film, produced by Gennie Rim (Dear Basketball) and Peilin Chou (Abominable), is written by Audrey Wells; the film is executive produced by Keane, Janet Yang, Ruigang Li, Frank Zhu, and Thomas Hui. Emmy-winner Céline Desrumaux (The Little Prince, Age of Sail) serves as production designer. The film stars newcomer Cathy Ang; Grammy winner Phillipa Soo (Hamilton); newcomer Robert G. Chiu; Ken Jeong (Crazy Rich Asians); John Cho (Searching); Ruthie Ann Miles (All Rise); Emmy nominee Margaret Cho; three time SAG winner Kimiko Glenn (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse); Artt Butler; and two time Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh (Killing Eve). Christopher Curtis, Marjorie Duffield, and Helen Park are writing the film’s songs; the movie is being scored by Oscar-winner Steven Price.
Netflix will release the film October 23 worldwide except in China; Pearl Studios will distribute the film in the Middle Kingdom.