While the temporary closure of Walt Disney World continues, Disney has been releasing videos of their world-class entertainment experiences to help fans stay connected to the magic. For many fans it’s not a visit to the Magic Kingdom without a fireworks show like “Happily Ever After.”
“Happily Ever After” is an 18-minute fireworks spectacular that also features dazzling digitally mapped projections on the face of Cinderella Castle. That means the best seat in the house is right in front of the castle.
Thanks to this virtual viewing you now have the best seat in the house from inside your own home.
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About Happily Ever After:
The 18-minute fireworks spectacle features moments from classic Disney films such as “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin” to modern hits “Moana” and “Zootopia.” Cinderella Castle becomes part of the story itself, with dazzling projections bringing heartfelt Disney stories to life on and around the iconic 18-story-tall castle. Quasimodo from “Hunchback of Notre Dame” swings from the turrets. Woody and his pals from Pixar’s “Toy Story” recreate the castle entirely out of toys. And Maleficent from “Sleeping Beauty” envelops the castle in her signature green flames.
The story begins with scenes of fantastic dreams full of hope, wonder, magic and light. Disney villains soon become part of the story, attempting to quash those beautiful dreams and forcing the heroes to fight for what they believe in. Overcoming their fears, the heroes triumph and are celebrated with spectacular fireworks.
Because no Magic Kingdom Park fireworks display is complete without this little bit of magic, Tinker Bell flies across the night sky, reminding guests that with a little faith, trust and pixie dust, everyone can find their own happily ever after.
Characters and scenes from more than 25 Disney films are featured through state-of-the-art projections, enhanced by more than 50 choreographed spotlights, brilliant lasers and plenty of awe-inspiring fireworks. Paired with an emotional score, the new spectacular drives the message home that anyone can grab hold of their dreams and make them come true as long as they are brave enough to listen to what guides them and bold enough to pursue their destiny.
The score for “Happily Ever After” was recorded by a 75-piece orchestra in London and includes tunes from a multitude of Disney movies, including “Aladdin,” “Brave,” “Tarzan,” “The Lion King,” and “The Princess and the Frog.”