New ‘World of Color – ONE’ Footage Features Mirabel Singing, ‘Star Wars,’ and More
Disneyland has released more footage of “World of Color – ONE,” a new version of the famous Disney California Adventure nighttime spectacular debuting on January 27 as part of the Disney100 celebration.
Alex Farnworth with Spectrum News 13 shared the footage on Twitter. The clips feature footage from “Encanto,” “Star Wars,” Marvel, “Soul,” “Moana,” “Mulan,” and “Pocahontas.” Previously released footage did not have synced music, but this montage includes Mirabel singing “Waiting on a Miracle” and Pocahontas singing “Colors of the Wind,” as well as iconic “Star Wars” and Marvel music.
The beginning of the footage features a bit of “Start a Wave,” a new original song written by GRAMMY-nominated artist Cody Fry and featuring lead vocals by Loren Allred.
“World of Color – ONE,” like its predecessors, will be performed on Paradise Bay. It utilizes water screens to show clips of Disney films. Colorful fountains, lasers, and music accompany the clip show. A virtual queue will be available to see the show.
The new show “celebrates how a single action, like a drop of water, creates a ripple that can grow into a wave of change.” It will be the first Disneyland Resort nighttime spectacular to feature characters, music, and scenes from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, the Avengers, and “Star Wars” in the same production. It will also include scenes from “The Lion King” and “Coco.”
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