ENCANTO: DISNEY ANIMATED FILM AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY AND DVD FROM JANUARY 27TH

Encanto , Walt Disney Animation Studios ‘ 60th feature film winner of the Golden Globe for Best Animated Film, will be available from January 27 on Blu-Ray, DVD and Blu-Ray Steelbook.

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The Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray Steelbook versions also include many previously unreleased extra content, including the new animated short film Far From the Tree, ‘Sing along with the movie’ mode, to view and review the movie with overlayed song lyrics. , deleted scenes and exclusive insights with filmmakers.

Encanto tells the story of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia, in a magical house, in a lively city, in a wonderful and enchanted place called Encanto. The magic of Encanto has given each child in the family a unique power, from super strength to the power to heal. Everyone except Mirabel. But when she discovers that the magic surrounding Encanto is in danger, Mirabel decides that she, the only ordinary Madrigal, may be her extraordinary family’s last hope.

The film is directed by Jared Bush and Byron Howard, co-directed by Charise Castro Smith, and includes original songs from Emmy, GRAMMY and Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The original soundtrack for the film topped the US Billboard 200 chart six weeks after release. The disc, which includes eight original songs signed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and the original score by Germaine Franco, nominated for the SCL (Society of Composers and Authors), went from position 7 directly to number 1 on the chart. Encanto is the first soundtrack to reach the top of the Billboard chart since Frozen 2 – The Secret of Arendelle. The original song We Don’t Talk About Bruno (Non si Nome Bruno) also conquered the digital charts all over the world, becoming viral on platforms.

In the Italian version of the film, singer-songwriter and musician Alvaro Soler lends their voices in the role of Camilo, Mirabel’s cousin with the power to change his appearance to transform himself into whoever he wants; actor and director Luca Zingaretti as Bruno, Mirabel’s uncle with the gift of predicting the future; the actress and singer Diana Del Bufalo in that of Isabela, Mirabel’s sister, practically perfect and with the magical ability to make plants grow and flowers bloom; and Colombian actress Angie Cepeda as Julieta, Mirabel’s mother with the power to heal. Alvaro Soler also plays the original song Oruguitas Innamorate in the credits of the Italian version of the film.

EXTRA CONTENTS:

  • Sing along with the movie – Version that includes overlay song lyrics to sing out loud along with the movie characters;
  • Familia Lo Es Todo – In this insight into the adorable Madrigal family, members of the ‘Familia’ team, a group of Disney Animation’s Latin American employees, share their life experiences, explaining what inspired the characters and how much theirs design is essential to make each personality credible;
  • Let’s discover Colombia – The filmmakers reflect on the multiculturalism, biodiversity and bright colors of Colombia that inspired Encanto, underlining all the satisfaction of being able to celebrate this splendid country;
  • Journey through music – The filmmakers explore the importance of music in the representation of characters, retracing the birth of the soundtrack inspired by Colombian music, through the songs of Lin-Manuel Miranda and the work of Germaine Franco, from concept to recording;
  • Let’s talk about Bruno – In-depth analysis of the song Non si nomina Bruno and its intriguing tones, the result of the collaboration between Lin-Manuel Miranda, the choreographer Jamal Sims, the cast and the animators;
  • Our Casita – Casa Madrigal is full of magic but its emotional state is threatened by some family members. From its colorful doors to the refined stone structures, the magical house has been designed according to the uses of the Colombian tradition;
  • Journey to Colombia – With the help of the Colombian Cultural Trust, the team that helped to better define the film’s culture and setting, the filmmakers embark on a journey to discover Colombia to find the best way to reproduce the film on the big screen. culture and landscapes of the country;
  • Introduction to Far From The Tree – Writer and director Natalie Nourigat introduces the short film Walt Disney Animation Studios Far From the Tree;
  • Away from the Tree – Parenting is difficult, especially if curiosity draws a young raccoon as mom tries to keep her cubs safe. In the short film Walt Disney Animation Studios Far From the Tree, this young puppy faces life with enthusiasm… even if danger lurks;

Deleted Scenes:

  • Introduction – Heads of Story Jason Hand and Nancy Kruse introduce some scenes not present in the final cut of the film;
  • Housework! – Abuela asked family members to go to town to run various errands while Mirabel, her father and uncle take care of the house cleaning;
  • Another Entrance – Mirabel tries to uncover a clue present in her uncle’s vision. To do this she must enter Antonio’s room, where new adventures await her;
  • Isabela Goes to the Woods – When Mirabel sees her sister in apparent danger in the woods, she runs to rescue her but discovers the surprise of a lifetime!
  • Back to the mural – Feeling rejected, Mirabel returns to town. Abuela goes looking for her, revealing a trait of her personality unknown to her niece;
  • Songs – The best musical moments from the movie with song lyrics superimposed:
  • The Madrigal Family
  • Colombia, Mi Encanto
  • A miracle
  • The pressure rises
  • Bruno is not nominated
  • What else will I do?
  • Oruguitas Innamorate
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