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New Sneak Peek to Mandy Moore's 'Tangled' Features Main Characters

June 10, 2010 (9:41 am) GMT
Unlike the teaser which only features their voices, the new promo for the film gives a look at the scenes with two major characters.

Walt Disney Pictures has dropped a new sneak peek for "". Although dubbed promo for the first look at the animation, this is actually not the first time the studio releases video for the movie. Earlier this year, a teaser trailer has been outed but it does not show any of the characters.

The newly-released short snippet, meanwhile, manages to share a glimpse of the scenes featuring two main characters, Rapunzel and the bandit. It sees the long-haired princess who escapes from the castle and is accompanied by the criminal. The first look itself will be aired on Disney Channel Sunday, June 13 during a new episode of "".

Based on a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm titled "Rapunzel", "Tangled" will revolve around Rapunzel who has been kept in a tower for eighteen years after she was stolen from her parents' castle as an infant. The golden-haired princess now escapes and goes on the run with a bandit as her captor pursues them.

lends her voice for Rapunzel, joined by who voices the character of Prince Flynn. Coming from Byron Howard and Nathan Greno, this animation is made in 3-D and slated for November 12 release in the U.S.


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