The directors of Disney's

Moana

have appeared at Comic-Con, sharing some new information, along with the official international trailer (above).

In it, we see Moana as a baby, in her first interaction with the ocean, which it turns out she can control.

Who needs a prince when you can control the ocean?
Who needs a prince when you can control the ocean?

Fans at Comic-Con also got to see the first three minutes of the film in which Moana's grandmother tells her the legend of Maui.

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During the panel discussion, directors John Musker and Ron Clements (The Little Mermaid) made a point of mentioning the fact that unlike other Disney princesses, Moana doesn't have a love interest, rather, it's a film about her finding herself.

This Disney princess has more on her mind than finding a prince.
This Disney princess has more on her mind than finding a prince.
Moana

isn't the first Disney princess to go without a prince -

Brave's

Merida also did not have a love interest despite her parents trying to persuade her to marry.

Musker and Clements also revealed that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson sings in the film, performing a song specifically written for him by Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda.