Moana Meets Maui Brand New Clip is Hilarious Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson in an unbelievable avatar in the newly released Moana features quite incredible to all the spectators. In the upcoming 3-D computerized animated fantasy comedy musical, Dwayne Johnson plays the role of an ancient demigod called Maui who is quite a lovable character ever since the release of the animated movie trailers have been doing the rounds.
The initial encounter between the two main characters Maui played by Dwayne Johnson and the title character Moana played by Auli’i Cravalho which the movie clip is on. The hilarious part in this animated movie featured Dwayne Johnson gets beaten up by a girl. It is the funniest thing for most of the people in the film.
Animated Hilarious Musical
The 3-D computerized animated fantasy comedy is an upcoming 2016 musical comedy adventure. This digital movie is 56th Disney’s animated feature film. The animation feature produced by the famous Walt Disney Animation Studios under the direction of Ron Clements and John Musker.
Don Hall and Chris Williams directed the movie. The movie cast includes Auli’i Cravalho as the lead character Moana and Dwayne Johnson as Maui. Lin-Manuel Miranda co-wrote the songs in the film. On 23rd November 2016, the movie geared to release by Walt Disney Pictures.
A peek into the story…
This animation picture is mainly about a brave teenage girl called Moana (the title of the movie). The plot of the film revolves around the adventurous journey of Moana that knock into Maui. Dwayne Johnson plays the role of Maui. The main lead in the film goes on an exploration so as to discover an island where she can uncover her identity and individuality.
The two lead characters in the movie move across vast oceans and get through all the weird things and characters that include monsters on the task to save her people. This movie is a complete pack of exciting events featuring in an extraordinary journey.
The Hilarious Moana Clip
In the recently released latest clip, demigod Maui behaved quite similar to a narcissist and finally gets beaten up by the main title character Moana in a dreadful way. The reference to the ancient method of Tweets makes it even more entertaining and comical.