Tram tracks, CN Tower and graffiti-covered alleyways are some of the hallmarks of Toronto featured in an upcoming Disney and Pixar film billed as a love letter to Canada.

Disney says Red Color, due in March 2022, is set in Toronto, directed by Oscar-winning Canadian director Domi Shea, and voiced by Ottawa native Sandra O.

The cartoon tells the story of a 13-year-old girl who transforms into a giant red panda when she gets too excited.

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Rosalie Chang voices the main character, Mei Li, and Oh gives the voice of Li's protective and overbearing mother.

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