Disney+ Shares New Teaser And Poster For Descendants: The Rise Of Red

Disney+ revealed a new teaser, and poster, for the next installment in the mega-hit Descendants franchise, The Rise of Red.

The latest teaser introduces Kylie Cantrall as Red, princess of the hostile kingdom of Wonderland and Auradon’s newest Villain Kid (aka VK), who is caught “red-handed” by Malia Baker, who plays Chloe, the daughter of Cinderella and King Charming.

Descendants: The Rise of Red follows Red, the rebellious daughter of the Queen of Hearts, and Chloe, Cinderella’s perfectionist daughter. When the tyrannical Queen of Hearts incites a coup against Auradon, polar opposites Red and Chloe must join forces and travel back in time to undo the traumatic event that set Red’s mother down her villainous path.

In addition to Cantrall and Baker, the film stars a new ensemble of VKs and legacy characters, including Brandy as Cinderella, Rita Ora as the Queen of Hearts, Dara Reneé as Uliana, Ruby Rose Turner as Bridget/Young Queen of Hearts, Morgan Dudley as Ella/Young Cinderella, Joshua Colley as Young Hook, Peder Lindell as Morgie, Grace Narducci as Fay/Young Fairy Godmother, Jeremy Swift as Principal Merlin, Paolo Montalban as King Charming, and Leonardo Nam as Maddox Hatter. China Anne McClain is back as fan-favorite Uma and the new principal at Auradon Prep. Melanie Paxson also reprises her role as Fairy Godmother.


True to the Descendants tradition of music-driven stories, this fourth installment features seven new original songs, two reprises and a cover of So This Is Love from the classic animated Cinderella film that will engage viewers and bring them along on the emotional journey with our bold new characters. The Descendants: The Rise of Red Original Soundtrack is set for release on July 12 from Walt Disney Records.


Along with the Descendants: The Rise of Red film, fans can also expect an exciting array of Disney Consumer Products offerings across fashion dolls, playsets, apparel, role play, costumes, books and more, coming this summer.

The music-driven Disney Original movie starts streaming Friday, July 12th, exclusively on Disney+, followed by a special encore Friday, August 9th, at 8:00 p.m. EDT/PDT on Disney Channel.

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