Disney’s Classic Ride Gets an Encanto Theme For Limited Time


If you are a huge fan of Encanto (2021) then this news coming from Disney Park is for you and you are going to love it.

Encanto Disney’s movie, an Academy Award-winning film, will be taking charge of the ride “it’s a small world” for a short period of time at many Disney parks.

The Walt Disney Animation Studios film that just won an Oscar for the nominee of the best-animated feature at this year’s Academy Awards, and also a new sing-along style of the film is airing on Disney+. Isn’t that great?

Soon, you can go to Disneyland Park with your friends and family to celebrate the wonder and joy of this newest Disney Animation which is an instant classic.

So get ready for the amazing experience of a lifetime and enjoy it while it lasts!

Encanto’s storyline follows the family named Madrigal, who live in Encanto (a magical realm), the town was made by the candle of her grandmother, Alma, as she and her family escaped the home village they lived in Colombia to hide from the armed attackers.

Many of the musical numbers, including the record-breaking top song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” are presented throughout the movie and the journey of the Madrigal family.

Encanto comes into the list of those few movies from Disney that were the first hit after the world was first coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the time many theaters were no longer having the most strict social distancing restrictions during movie hours.

Even though the movie’s release at the global box office had a strong start and collected revenue of $250 million, Encanto only became popular and went “viral” just before Christmas after the release of the movie on Disney+ last year.

The song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” became the first-ever Disney song that landed on the Top 200 charts of US Billboard in two years and which helped Encanto to become the very first movie by Disney that have a #1 album as well as a #1 song. Along with winning the Oscar at the Academy Awards, Encanto went on with winning the Best Animated Feature award at Golden Globes, and many other main awards show.

While “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” was not a nominee for any separate awards, it still got featured in the Academy Awards via a show-stopping performance that happened at this year’s ceremony.

Having a modern-world upgrade to the “it’s a small world” ride, including a short break from the melodious earworm song that usually plays during the entire journey, will give a fun surprise to children and their parents visiting the park in April. Nevertheless, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” is a catchy melody, conquering the ranking charts at No. 1.

It is the first Disney song to achieve this feat since “A Whole New World” back in 1992. The song’s maneuverability and adaptability, from its revised version starring Megan Thee Stallion at the Oscars to the ability of the original version to be listened to as an exclusive song on the radio, is one motive behind the choice to play it in the “it’s a small world” ride should throw some modernity into its appeal.

Beginning April 11, for a limited time the iconic face of “it’s a small world” becomes charmed numerous times every evening with a short video that celebrates the success of the movie’s super-hit song, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.”

This melodic amusement comes to life with the help of lighting and projection effects as well as a creative style inclined with the lyrics, with handpicked moments that show famous characters from the film.

Similar to the Madrigal family’s Casita, the slabs across the “it’s a small world” front elevation turn, flip, and reposition themselves as one scene moves to the next, ending with a chorus tribute and an acknowledgment of Bruno’s mystical divination about Mirabel.

These experiences will be available for a limited time at Disneyland park, so what are you waiting for? Let’s go! Let’s go!

Moreover, on April 22, “Main Street Electrical Parade” will also come back to Disneyland Park to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a glorious, new grand epilogue that will bring together several stylized footages from over a dozen of Disney and Pixar films, including Encanto.

Scintillating lights represent the Casita, Miracle Candle, and magical butterflies from the movies with Mirabel and Antonio depicted as animated dolls on the top of their portion of the float.

As recently as last year, “it’s a small world” escaped a deadly disaster when a flooding occurrence destroyed several key mechanical components of the ride.

It was speculated by some that the ride could be closed for a year or more given the damage done, but Disneyland managed to reopen the ride well in time for the occasion of its annual holiday facade, which sees the ride decorated for Christmas and other holidays.

Preston Nolan

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