With a cast that's fresh and youthful, Disney's newest original movie, Secret Society of Second-Born Royals, has just hit the Disney+ streaming platform.

Directed by Anna Mastro, the new movie reveals the hidden, actual job of each royal families' child second to the throne.

Peyton Elizabeth Lee plays leading royal Sam and discovers that she, like other second-born royals, has superpowers.


A Cast That Celebrates Diversity

No two students are alike at this Secret Society. In the film, Sam is joined by her peers in the training camp who are also second-born royals. Lee tells CPTV:

"We are all sort of being ripped apart by what makes us different. I think this film celebrates who we are in all of our uniqueness and how those differences can actually bring us together and not pull us apart."

Faly Rakotohavana, who plays Matteo, also emphasizes how both the cast and characters come together to celebrate their differences and adds:

"To have such a diverse and crazy cast and such fun personalities, I think is extremely beautiful and it's gonna be amazing for the film."

Bringing More Magic To Disney

Just like the classic Disney movies, Secret Society of Second-Born Royals keeps the magic alive. Noah Lomax, who plays Mike, describes the film as:

"It has a little bit of everything. It has action, comedy, drama. I think that everyone is really really gonna enjoy."

Olivia Deeble, who plays Roxana, talks about the duality of her role and tells CPTV:

"It's a dream come true being part of the Disney family and having the component of both princess and superhero."

Secret Society of Second-Born Royals is available on Disney+ today!

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