First Image Of Merida From Pixar’s Brave

Here she is, in all her glory – the heroine of Pixar’s first female-led narrative, the Scotland-set folktale, Brave. This is the Princess Merida, as voiced by Kelly MacDonald.

Disney Pixar France also provided this wider-framed version of the image.

And here’s a concept art rendition of much the same thing:

If you recall, the film is going to officially come with two credited directors, Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman, but it’s worth noting that they worked on the film in series, not in parallel. Ms. Chapman left the film earlier this year, when Mr. Andres took up the baton.

The first footage from Brave is to premiere in a teaser paired with Cars 2, out in the US on June 24th.

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