Fans of Moana have a lot to sing about with news that an engaging version of the animated film is set to hit theaters later this month.
Moana has been highly lucrative, snagging the weekend box office crown three times and grossing over $225 million to date, and one component of the film that has been enticing audiences is the captivating music.
The original songs and score -- created by the likes of Tony-, Emmy- and Grammy-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda -- have swept viewers away. In a few weeks, fans will have the chance to belt out those tracks when the sing-along version releases.
With on-screen lyrics, audience members will be able to lend their voices to the film's hit songs, including the Golden Globe-nominated "How Far I'll Go."
The Ancient Polynesia-set film is Disney's 56th animated feature. Aside from its exceptional domestic profits, it has generated over $450 million globally and was just nominated for a BAFTA in the Best Animated Picture category.
What do you think of a sing-along Moana? Are you warming up your vocal chords yet? Let us know. ~Matthew Pariselli