Moana 2: The Lost Island is a movie made by Walt Disney Animation Studios, planned to be released in theaters and on Disney+ (Disney's streaming service) in 2019.
After Moana returned to her island home, she told everyone about what happened. The village children loved her story. Soon, she mistakenly sails to the Te Fiti island, where Moana meets Maui again. He helps her repair her boat, while telling her about a new problem. Maui then continues talking that there are no palm trees on Motunui. Moana doesn't find this a problem, but Maui tells her that there are no palm trees on other islands too. The palm trees are gone everywhere! Then, Moana, Maui and the rest of the village sail away. They sail both day and night. Moana is stressed about the boats decaying and running out of food. She sings a solo song called "Me".
Moana then talks to her mother, named Sina, who starts coughing and then faints. A village doctor checks Sina and tells Moana and Tui that she is very seriously sick. When Moana asks about how she could heal Sina, the doctor replies that She needs a potion made of coconut milk, a golden ring and tears of love. Moana and the rest of the village sail back to Motunui. Moana takes Pua and her own boat and sails away. After a few days, she lands on an island and she looks for coconuts, but doesn't find any. She only finds a guy named Reetur, who lives on the island. He begs Moana for her to take him with her by a song called "So Nice", in which he reveals that his friends have abandoned him.
Moana agrees and takes Reetur with her. Again, After sailing for a few days, they see another island, that is not pictured on any map. It's called The Lost Island. Just when they get close to the island, a giant crab rises from the water, revealing that the crab is Tamatoa. He whistles and a large boat starts getting close to him. It reveals the Kakamora. They all want to stop Moana from entering the only island with coconuts. Then, Moana and Reetur make it through the two oponents, but the Kakamora boat accidentally impales Tamatoa and the boat along with the Kakamora gets sinked down to the ocean. Reetur reveals that he found, during the battle, a bottle containinng a strange and thick white liquid: The Coconut Milk! Everyone reprise their voyage... Moana starts slowly falling in love with Reetur. (You Stole My Heart)
It's time to get the Golden Ring! Moana and Reetur go to the Lost Island. The villagers all wear Tiki masks. They sing a song to them ,which is really similiar to "Where You Are", called "The Lost Island". Moana and Reetur really enjoy their company and ask them about the Golden Ring. Their village chief is, at first, in doubt and doesn't want to give them any ring, however Moana and Reetur join in the song and relax the chief.
When the chief finally agreed and given some rings to help Moana's mother, none of them worked! It could only mean one thing: Sina's disease is getting worse and worse! Moana, Reetur and, especially, the village chief are speechless... Why the rings didn't work? Is there still any solution to Moana's mother's illness?
-------TO BE CONTINUED SOON-------
- So Nice
- You Stole My Heart (reprise of Me)
- The Lost Island
- What Love Feels Like
- Here For You
- Life Can Be
- Live Your Story (the movie's official theme)
All the voice actors of the original cast return for this sequel. Fabry "Multivoice", Fred Tatasciore and four voice actors from "Animaniacs" are newcomers.
Moana - Auli'i Cravalho
Reetur - Fabry "Multivoice" (The voice actor from the Youtube Channel "Cartoon Low Studios" )
Maui - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Tui - Temuera Morrison (dialouges) - Christopher Jackson (songs)
Sina - Nicole Scherzinger
Hei Hei - Alan Tudyk
Tamatoa - Jemaine Clement
The Lost Island's chief / Mate - Fred Tatasciore (In Maori, Mate means "death")
Lost Island Villagers / Additional voices - Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Maurice LaMarche, Tress Macneille
Directed by Ron Clements & John Musker
Screenplay by Fabry "Multivoice" & Jared Bush
Story by the Moana Fan Community
Produced by Osnat Shurer
Music by Mark Mancina
Additional Music by Gordon Goodwin & Michael Giacchino
Orchestral Score Performed by London Symphony Orchestra & Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band
Songs Written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa'i, Mark Mancina
Music Recorded in Warner Brothers Eastwood Scoring Stage
Animation Supervisors - Eric Goldberg (hand-drawn animated scenes)