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Miranda, 36, worked with musicians from the South Pacific to create original songs for the movie about a plucky teenage girl who sets sail on an epic journey to help save her tribe. He spoke with Reuters about "Moana," scheduled to open in Lebanese theaters Dec. 8, and his work as an actor on the upcoming "Mary Poppins" movie.Q: What were you eager to capture of the Pacific Island community when you were working with Samoan-born musician Opetaia Foa'i and his band Te Vaka?A: We all went into this keenly aware that this is a part of the world that isn't represented on screen very much so you want the people who live there to see the movie and say 'Hey, that's us,' with pride. Opetaia took the lead on the rhythms and harmonies ...
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