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- 11 Gen 2013
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Fonte: Bustle.comNoelle Stevenson (creator, showrunner and executive producer):
We chose to focus on a team of princesses to frame the show in a slightly different way but still using the pieces that were set up by the original, this allowed us princesses that are multi-dimensional.
Adora and Catra are so co-dependent at the beginning of the show, so much of Adora's journey to being a hero and Catra's journey to being a villain [is] them having to figure out who they are outside of that relationship with each other. It's so fraught. It's so tragic in so many ways, especially for Catra. She takes it really, really, really, personally. For Catra it's personal; for Adora it's ideological.
I think the rallying cry of the show is be brave, it doesn't mean that you have to know what you're doing every time. It doesn't mean that you have to get it right every time. If you fall down a hundred times, get up a hundred times and try again. I want people watching the show to see these heroines who are very powerful but also very flawed and see them fail often at the tasks they're trying to complete and not let that stop them. To keep pushing through. That's bravery. It's not letting that make you afraid or not do the right thing.Aimee Carrero (voice of Adora/She-Ra):
I think any kind of art, whether it's animated or live-action or visual or whatever, needs to be reflecting on the times that it's commenting on, I think Noelle does a beautiful job of in a way playing psychic and in a way playing historian — but also very much living in this present universe.
I hope little girls, little boys, or anyone of any age and identity can watch this and be like, 'I don't really understand why I connect with it, maybe, but I connect with it on a level that hopefully means something and will be helpful.Marcus Scribner (voice of Bow):
I think Bow really brings a different aspect to the traditional male character on animated television show, he's not down at the forefront like, 'Hey guys, I got this,' — he's there to support Glimmer, he's there to support Adora/She-Ra, he's there to support the rest of the Princesses of Power.Karen Fukuhara (voice of Glimmer):
My character Glimmer is the daughter of a queen and she wants to just prove herself to her mother and to everyone else, she's struggling with what she can do and what she hopes to do.
Fonte: netflix.comUn gruppo di adolescenti s'infiltra in un campionato di corse d'élite controllato da una losca organizzazione che punta a dominare il mondo.
Long ago a fire princess ruled the lands to the west, until her thirst for power corrupted her, and led to the ruin of her kingdom, Glimmer thinks the lost fire runestone could give the Rebellion an edge in the fight against the Horde, but claiming this ancient power won't be easy... especially not when the Horde has their eyes set on the same prize.
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