RUMOR: Baymax Will Fly Over Sleeping Beauty Castle in New Wondrous Journeys Fireworks Spectacular at Disneyland
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Walt Disney Company, new entertainment offerings are coming to Disneyland Resort in January. Reportedly, the new Wondrous Journeys fireworks spectacular at Disneyland Park will feature a flyover from Baymax.
Reddit user OFUTLAC posted a photo that appears to show a Baymax figure staged at Sleeping Beauty Castle.
They had been riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad when they spotted the figure. Wondrous Journeys is set to debut on January 27, 2023, as part of the anniversary celebration’s kickoff at Disneyland Resort. The show is likely rehearsing, and having the figure in place would fit in the timeline.
Previous spectaculars have included flyover appearances from Tinker Bell and Nemo. You can see the effect in our video of the Disneyland Forever spectacular below.
Wondrous Journeys is described as a “nighttime spectacular that will ignite the wonder in all of us. It will feature nods to every Walt Disney Animation Studios film to date, taking us on a journey filled with artistry, music, storytelling, and heart. It will continue to build upon the park’s state-of-the-art projection effects, turning Main Street, U.S.A., Sleeping Beauty Castle, the façade of “it’s a small world” and the Rivers of America into an artist’s canvas that brings characters to life all around you. On select nights, Wondrous Journeys will go even bigger with the addition of sparkling fireworks in the sky above Disneyland.”
This spectacular will also feature a new song, “It’s Wondrous.” You can see some of the projections and pyrotechnics in the concept art above.
Baymax brings more “Big Hero Six” into the parks ahead of the San Fransokyo transformation coming to Pacific Wharf at Disney California Adventure. The new version of the land will include a Baymax meet-and-greet, food, and more.
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