Rosalie Chiang, who voices Mei Lee in the upcoming coming-of-age animated feature ‘Turning Red,’ has described her character as an emotional mess.
She described Mei as a character who fights for what she believes is right. Chiang described the character as follows: “Mei is a feisty, self-assured, and emotional jumble. She stands up for what she believes in and refuses to give up without a fight.”
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“I relate to her because we both go wild over boy/girl bands, have a tight-knit circle of friends, come from an Asian background, and are passionate about what we believe in,” Rosalie remarked of their shared love of boy/girl bands.
Domee Shi’s film portrays the narrative of Mei Lee, who transforms into a huge Red Panda in order to overcome her greatest weakness, which is provoked by her emotions. It’s also the first Disney and Pixar picture with an all-female creative crew.
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The film, which was written by Domee Shi and Julia Cho and produced by Lindsey Collins, is currently accessible to stream in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam on the web site.
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