Maya and Three Updates: Maya & the Three is a new Mexican animated fantasy streaming TV miniseries directed and produced by Tangent Animation. The nine-episode series debuted on Netflix on October 22, 2021.
The movie’s premise is simple, yet powerful and inspiring. Maya, a warrior princess celebrates her fifteenth year. But when the gods from the underworld show up and tell Maya that she must pay the family’s mistakes they make, everything changes.
She refuses to leave the world, and the gods will destroy it. So she descends in order to fulfill a prophecy about three warriors appearing to defeat the deity and save humanity.
Netflix will show the new Netflix mini-series Maya and the Three. It is directed by L. Tigre and The Book of Life written by George R. Maya. The Three Fantasy World has memorable, heartfelt and funny characters inspired by a bizarre mix of Aztec, Maya and Inca mythology and contemporary Caribbean cultures.
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Princess Maya, a rebellious warrior and brave girl, is getting ready to celebrate her fifteenth year. The plans go sour when the powerful and dark gods of underworld claim Maya’s soul belongs to Lord Mictlan (the god of war) and are sacrificed for the family’s past errors.
If Maya cannot fulfill an ancient prophecy that foretells great warriors – Bitch Puma Barbarian and Ricoh Rooster guide – who will be with her to defeat the gods, restore balance, and then denial, the entire world will feel the wrath and wrath God.
It’s exciting, isn’t it? Romber offers a sneak peak below. Maya and Rico meet Capra Kane, the earthquake god (Danny Trejo), and Sibaktli the crocodile God (Rosie Perez).
Many celebrities are featured in the nine-episode series, including Joe Saldana and Alan Maldonado as well as Stephanie Beatrice, Gabriel Iglesias. Queen Latifah (Wycliffe Jean), Rita Moreno, Queen Latifah, Queen Latifah, Wycliffejean, Rita Moreno, among others. Guterres spoke to Collider about the Maya and The Lord of the Rings. The story is told as an integrated piece, but Guterres says it’s inspired by the myths and cultures found in the fictional realms that are modeled after medieval Europe.
Guterres most recently described the series at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival (AIAFFL) as “hyper. Hyper, hyper, hyper, love letter, ancient culture, Mexican culture of Mesamerica, the Caribbean, and South American culture.”