Breaking: Here’s The First Full Trailer for She-Ra!

We’ve already seen some preview images for the upcoming She-Ra reboot “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” but now you can see her in action in the new trailer from DreamWorks and NXOnNetflix. The series will arrive globally on Netflix on November 16th and you can see the trailer in the tweet below.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is the story of an orphan named Adora (Carrero), who leaves behind her former life in the evil Horde when she discovers a magic sword that transforms her into the mythical warrior princess She-Ra. Along the way, she finds a new family in the Rebellion as she unites a group of magical princesses in the ultimate fight against evil.

https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1047946965013745664

Aimee Carrero (Elena of Avalor) stars as Adora/She-Ra; Karen Fukuhara (Suicide Squad) as Glimmer; AJ Michalka (The Goldbergs) as Catra, Marcus Scribner (black-ish) as Bow; Reshma Shetty (Royal Pains) as Angella; Lorraine Toussaint (Orange is the New Black) as Shadow Weaver; Keston John (The Good Place) as Hordak; Lauren Ash (Superstore) as Scorpia; Christine Woods (Hello Ladies) as Entrapta; Genesis Rodriguez (Time After Time) as Perfuma; Jordan Fisher (Grease Live!) as Seahawk; Vella Lovell (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) as Mermista; Merit Leighton (Alexa & Katie) as Frosta; Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) as Castaspella; and Krystal Joy Brown (Motown: The Musical) as Netossa.

From Eisner Award-winning author and executive producer Noelle Stevenson (Lumberjanes, Nimona) and executive producer Chuck Austen (Dawn of the Croods, Steven Universe) comes a modern take on the ‘80s girl power icon for a new generation of young fans.

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5 thoughts on “Breaking: Here’s The First Full Trailer for She-Ra!

  1. The animation is so cheap looking compared to the original, and why is the main character a child with a bunch of snotty unlikeable friends who all think they’re cool ?

    I know this isn’t for me, but if you’re going to entertain a demographic at least make it look like you gave a damn about the quality of it and not use characters you see every day beating up your mates at school

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