Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson unveiled a new Moana themed airplane


Since the new Disney’s animated feature Moana is top of the talks lately, this comes only as an addition to the hype. Apparently, Dwayne Johnson who is borrowing his voice to the character of Maui in the film recently posted a very funny video on his Instagram account unveiling amazing new Moana-themed airplane that belongs to Hawaiian Airlines. This all took part at the Honolulu International Airport, and in the video, Dwayne announced the unveil of the “Maui airplane” and pointed to his character that was placed behind the wing of the plane.

In the comical video, he was joined by his co-star almost immediately where she said that the aircraft is not Maui’s but Moana’s and pointed to her picture at the center of the plane right above the wing. Dwayne and Auli’i Carvalho (voice of Moana) made an interesting sketch which pretty much depicts the energy of the latest Disney movie and probably the relationship between the two characters in it. We will have to wait until this Thanksgiving and see what those two are up to, but for now, we believe it will be incredible.

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The plane will have amazing features inside as well. It will be Maui themed and when the lights are dimmed the passengers will be able to see projections of constellations. Here is what The Rock wrote in his Instagram video caption “Stopped by the Honolulu International Airport for the epic unveiling of the MAUI AIRPLANE named after my character that’ll be flown around the globe. 
Disney partnered with @HawaiianAirlines to design this incredible aircraft for the world to see. The interior of the plane has my character images throughout – and when the cabin lights are dimmed, the passengers will get treated to the constellations (true story) since my character is not only a demigod, but the world’s greatest way finder.

 Oh and that beautiful young lady in the background who ruined my shot, is @auliicravalho… the, uh.. well.. the one who the movie is technically named after..#MOANA.” Sounds pretty incredible, makes me envious of the people that will see this one live and enjoy it.

Apparently, what we saw is just the first out of three Moana themed Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 planes that are due to be unveiled. The routes for these planes are U.S. domestic-based as well as international destinations including Brisbane and Sydney, Australia, Osaka and Tokyo, Japan, and Auckland, New Zealand through March 2017.