Netflix and Pearl Studio present the international cast who will lend their voices to the original version of the animated film Beyond the Moon and its impressive first trailer
Netflix and Pearl Studio today announced that breakout actress Cathy Ang, Grammy Award-winning Phillipa Soo (Hamilton), breakout actor Robert G. Chiu, Ken Jeong (Madly Millionaires), John Cho (Searching), Ruthie Ann Miles (All Rise), Emmy nominee, Margaret Cho, three-time SAG award winner Kimiko Glenn (Spider-Man: A New Universe), Artt Butler and two-time Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh ( Killing Eve), will join the original voice cast for Glen Keane's animated feature Beyond the Moon, which will premiere this fall.
Cathy Ang will give voice to Fei Fei, Phillipa Soo to Chang'e, Robert G. Chiu to Chin, Ken Jeong to Gobi, John Cho to Fei Fei's father, Ruthie Ann Miles to Fei Fei's mother, Margaret Cho to Aunt Ling, Kimiko Glenn to Aunt Mei, Artt Butler to Fei Fei's Uncle, and Sandra Oh will be the voice of Ms. Zhong.
The songs for the film will be written by Christopher Curtis, Marjorie Duffield and Helen Park (KPOP), whose soundtrack will be provided by Oscar winner Steven Price (Gravity). Oscar winner Glen Kean (Dear Basketball) is directing this animated film along with fellow Oscar winner John Kahrs (Paperman). Gennie Rim (Dear Basketball) and Peilin Chou (Abominable) are producers of the film. The script is in charge of Audrey Wells (The hatred that you give). Janet Yang (The Good Star Club), Glen Keane, Ruigang Li, Frank Zhu and Thomas Hui are executive producers of the feature film.
Synopsis Beyond the Moon: Powered by her determination and passion for science, little Fei Fei builds a rocket to travel to the moon and prove the existence of the legendary Moon Goddess. There she will be involved in an unexpected adventure and discover an enigmatic world of fantastic creatures. Directed by animation legend Glen Keane, and produced by Gennie Rim and Peilin Chou, Beyond the Moon is an exciting musical adventure about moving on, accepting the unexpected, and the power of imagination.
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