Problems of princesses from the capital and dancing Hamster Vinnytsky dancing to the music hit of MONATIK: the second trailer to animated feature The Stolen Princess (Animagrad, FILM.UA Group) showed more exciting moments from the film’s creators for the future audience.
Starting from today, the video is available on all official resources of Animagrad studio and The Stolen Princess cartoon, as well as on the official YouTube channel of FILM.UA Group.
This time the trailer is narrated by Mila (if you remember, in the first vision it was Ruslan who presented his version of the story) who tells about a princess’s dull routine and her dreams about adventures. Mila doesn’t know yet that her dearest wishes will come true but absolutely not the way she would have liked.
In the first trailer, we heard the voices of vocalists in Vremya i Steklo band, Oleksii Zavgorodnii (Positiff) and Nadya Dorofeeva, as well as of TV hosts Yuriy Gorbunov and Serhiy Prytula, and TNMK band leader Oleg “Fagot” Mykhaylyuta.
By the time the second trailer was published it had become known who else among Ukrainian celebrities joined the project team: they are DIZEl Studio stars Yevhen Gashenko, Yegor Krutogolov, and Oleksandr Berezhok, TV host Masha Efrosinina, voice actor Yevhen Malukha, honored artist of Ukraine Mukola Boklan, popular blogger Pupsi Kira, co-organizer of the family festival "Mamaslet" Arevik Arzumanova and also honored sport masters Vasyl Virastyuk and Oleksandr Usyk.
“This morning we flew back in time to Kyiv Rus: I gave my voice to one of the tolerant and progressive Troyeschyna gangsters in Ukrainian 3D animation film The Stolen Princess. What do you think, do kind gangsters exist? The premiere is due in spring, and you’ll find it out for yourself!” says the Ukrainian boxer sharing his impressions of dubbing on a Facebook page.
This week, a popular performer and multi artist MONATIK joined the star dubbing team and voiced one of the antagonists of the picture – Golova (Head).
"It was very interesting to be embodied in that role, which is completely the opposite of myself. Golova that I voiced is one of the most incredible inhabitants of the Magic Country. Old and grouchy, prone to colds, because of a sedentary lifestyle, he doesn`t like living communication, preferring zombied or deceased interlocutors. I`m a big fan of an active lifestyle and can`t stay in one place for a long time. And the most important thing for me is the communication with people. New experiments are always a definite challenge, but I approached this task with interest!", told MONATIK. Despite not having any replicas of the character in the second trailer, the second part of the video sounds with one of the most popular tracks of MONATIK.
Last week the project team prepare major music surprise: on February 14, on Valentine’s Day, it will premiere a music video to “Do zirok” (“To the Stars”), the theme song of The Stolen Princess. It was performed by Vremya i steklo vocalists Positiff and Nadya Dorofeeva who gave their voices to the cartoon’s protagonists, Ruslan and Lyudmila. Vocalists performed the song in Ukrainian.
About the film. This wonderful story happened in the age of valiant knights, beautiful princesses, and battling sorcerers. Ruslan, a wandering artist dreaming to become a knight, met beautiful Mila and fell in love with her; he didn’t even suspect that she is the King’s daughter. However, the lovers’ happiness wasn’t meant to last too long. Chоrnomor, the evil sorcerer, appeared in a magic vortex and stole Mila right before Ruslan’s eyes to transform her power of love into his own magic power. Without further ado, Ruslan sets out on a chase after the stolen princess to overcome all obstacles and to prove that real love is stronger than magic.
Producer: Egor Olesov. Director: Oleg Malamuzh. Scriptwriter: Yaroslav Voytseshek. Art-director: Kristian Koskinen.
FYI. The Stolen Princess is the first animated feature film for Ukrainian and international release in the production line of the Animagrad studio. The film is in the production stage, but the rights for its release have been pre-sold to more than 30 territories, including China, South Korea, France, Poland, Bulgaria, Germany, countries of the MENA region and Latin America. The Stolen Princess became the winner of the 9th competitive selection of Ukrainian State Film Agency; the sum of state financing amounts to about 20 percent of the film’s total budget of 95 million UAH.