NANA ENTERTAINMENT, LTD.
has found a way to revive its beloved pelucus, and get more of its fans dancing again.
In a new documentary, NANA, starring Cheri O’Neal and Kaitlin Olson, features Nana entertainers, who were featured in the recent film “The Ballad of Pelucus,” as they dance and share their favorite moments of their lives.
They are joined by stars such as Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé Knowles, as well as the cast of “Hail, Caesar!” and “Pelucus Returns.”
In the new film, Nana, with choreography by Kristin Hahn and choreography for special effects by Paul J. Ostrander, is shown in action at an amusement park, where she sings a song about the life of a pelucan, or pelican, and is joined by a crowd of other performers.
She performs with the help of an assistant, who tells her the lyrics and moves the audience along.
The pelucian is a common character in Japanese folklore, and has been portrayed by many singers and actors since the mid-19th century.
A pelucin is a mythical creature that resides in the wilds of Japan and has a human form.
Its name comes from the word “pelucus” which means “pale, wrinkled.”
The name originated in Latin, and meant “frightful bird.”
The film includes scenes of Nana’s choreography in the park, and a clip of her singing a song on the Disney Channel, “Dancing With the Stars.”
The movie will be released on Netflix on July 29.
A few months after the film’s release, the cast performed at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, which is part of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Center.
The zoo, where they performed, is also part of Disney Parks and Resorts, which has more than 1,400 attractions and events around the world.
The Smithsonian Tropical Center and the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C., also recently announced that Nana will be featured in a series of videos at both.
“Dances With the Disney Stars” is one of those videos.
Nana has performed at more than 30 Disney theme parks and venues in the U.S. and internationally.