CONFIRMED: Canada Far and Wide in Circle-Vision 360, Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along and Awesome Planet Scheduled to Debut at Epcot January 2020, Wondrous China Name Announced

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Disney confirmed at the 2019 D23 Expo that the Canada Far and Wide in Circle-Vision 360, Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along, and Awesome Planet films will all premiere at Epcot in January 2020. Meanwhile, Wonderous China will be the name of the seamless Circle-Vision 360 attraction at the China Pavilion.

The France pavilion will offer even more for guests to discover, including a new “Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along” in January 2020. It was mentioned during the panel that the Sing-Along will play intermittently in the same Palais du Cinéma theater as Impressions de France.

Awesome Planet

Awesome Planet will arrive at The Land, also in January 2020. The new film will showcase the spectacular beauty, diversity, and dynamic story of the planet.

Also at World Showcase, the film “Canada Far and Wide in Circle-Vision 360” will debut in January 2020 in the Canada pavilion with new scenes and a new story.

In the China pavilion, “Wondrous China” will take guests on a spectacular journey across China, filmed and presented in a completely seamless 360-degree digital format.

Be sure to check out our livestream postshow where we discuss everything that was revealed today at the 2019 D23 Expo!

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Is Beauty and the Beast officially replacing “Impressions de France” or is there some new theater they’ve built along with Ratatouille construction?


I hope they keep the Canada song again! The poster graphic design looks oddly amateurish, but I guess these are just for D23 consumption and will look different in the parks.