The Road to El Dorado 2 is a 2020 animated adventure comedy film. It is a sequel to the 2000 film The Road to El Dorado .
Throughout the movie they repeatedly call each other “partners” and are shown to be practically inseparable. The movie ends with Tulio , Miguel and Chel riding into the sunset to start a new life together. It was confirmed that in the first script Miguel and Tulio were supposed to be lovers.
|The Road to El Dorado|
|Directed by||Bibo Bergeron Don Paul|
|Produced by||Bonne Radford Brook Breton|
|Written by||Ted Elliott Terry Rossio|
|Story by||Philip LaZebnik|
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Chel is the first offical Princess from a Dreamworks Film. Chel is the 2nd female main protagonist in a Dreamworks Animation film, the first being Ginger from Chicken Run.
It occurs most often in Migulio stories that take place after the events of the movie and they want some way to get rid of Chel , so they make her some evil villain who breaks Tulio’s heart and therefore forces the two men together. So now we know that Chel wants to leave El Dorado because she’s afraid of being killed.
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Although we don’t see any actual gods in Road to El Dorado, evidence of their existence and activities are confirmed with the existence of El Dorado, as well as ancient texts and drawings which the people use to conclude that Miguel and Tulio are the gods that were prophecied to return.
Mid way through the movie, the Chief makes it obvious he knows Miguel and Tulio are not gods at all, yet he still has his people build them a huge boat and fill it with gold, and he offers Miguel the opportunity to stay in El Dorado and act like a god for life.
The real story behind the myth has slowly been pieced together over recent years using a combination of early historical texts and new archaeological research. At its heart is a true story of a rite of passage ceremony carried out by the Muisca peoples who have lived in Central Colombia from AD800 to the modern day.
In the 16th and 17th centuries, Europeans believed that somewhere in the New World there was a place of immense wealth known as El Dorado . But this place of immeasurable riches hasn’t been found .
The Spaniards called the city ruled by this flamboyant monarch ” El Dorado ,” Spanish for “gilded one,” and the story of the gold-covered king eventually grew into a legend of a whole country paved with gold. These days, “ El Dorado ” can also used generically for any place of vast riches, abundance, or opportunity.