Will Angelique Cabral be the queen in Disney Animation’s ‘Wish’?

In exciting news, Angelique Cabral, known for her roles in “Big Sky” and “Life in Pieces,” has been cast as the voice of Queen Amaya in Disney Animation’s upcoming feature film, “Wish.” Cabral will star alongside Chris Pine, who plays King Magnifico, the ruler of the magical kingdom of Rosas where wishes come true.

“Wish” tells the story of Asha, a clever idealist who makes a powerful wish that is answered by a cosmic force known as Star, a boundless ball of energy. Together, Asha and Star embark on a journey to prove that when the determination of one courageous human connects with the magic of the stars, extraordinary things can happen. Alan Tudyk also joins the cast as the voice of the talking goat, Valentino Hall.

Directed by Chris Buck, known for the “Frozen” franchise, and Fawn Veerasunthorn, who worked on “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “Wish” promises to be a captivating and enchanting film. Peter Del Vecho, the producer of the “Frozen” franchise, is producing the movie, with Juan Pablo Reyes serving as co-producer. Allison Moore, known for her work on “Night Sky” and “Manhunt,” contributes as a co-writer.

The film is set to hit theaters on November 22 and features original songs by Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Julia Michaels and Grammy-winning producer-songwriter-musician Benjamin Rice. Additionally, Dave Metzger has composed the score for the film.

Angelique Cabral has an impressive resume, with recent appearances in the recurring role of Carla on Season 3 of ABC’s “Big Sky.” She has also made notable appearances on shows like “Enlisted,” “Life in Pieces,” and “Undone.” In terms of film credits, Cabral has starred in movies such as “The Perfect Family,” “Friends with Benefits,” “Band Aid,” and “All About Nina.” In 2021, she starred in “How It Ends,” a film written, directed, and produced by Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones.

With Cabral’s talent and the creative team involved, it’s safe to say that “Wish” will be a delightful and magical film that will transport audiences to a world where dreams really do come true. Make sure to mark your calendars for November 22 to experience this enchanting tale in the magical kingdom of Rosas.