Chinese stars help Disney's 'Wish' come to life

By Xu Fan | CHINA DAILY | Updated: 2023-12-04 08:11
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A scene from the animated film Wish features Asha and the Star, who answers the girl as she makes a wish. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Lee says that most of the scenes relate to a wish, whether it's a protagonist singing a song to express their desires or literally wishing upon a star, they convey a collective concept — the great power behind a wish is the driving force behind the innovations and changes in our society.

"We should be honoring that. To wish on a star, I think, is a declaration of an aim. But the most important thing is that you do that work yourself, and fulfill your own wish. And, even if the journey is difficult, it's worth it," she adds.

As a tribute to Disney's century-long legacy, the new film combines the traditional hand-drawn aesthetics of watercolor paintings with advanced computer-generated technologies, making all the characters and settings look like a storybook that's come to life.

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