A light-up sipper inspired by Star from “Wish” has landed at Walt Disney World. The Star sipper is available in Connections Eatery at EPCOT.
The sipper can be added to any non-alcoholic beverage purchase. There is a limit of two per person, per transaction. The drink “So Many Wishes” inspired by the new film is also available.
Star Sipper – $13.50
Star is a round orange ball of light, with five rounded points.
Star’s heart-shaped face is opaque yellow, with orange eyes and a mouth.
The rest of the sipper is sparkly and translucent.
The strap is purple with images of Star, along with the Disney Parks and “Wish” wordmarks.
The top pops off to fill with a drink.
A piece on Star’s topmost point opens to reveal the straw.
The sipper lights up from the inside for a glowing effect.
“Wish” is in theaters today, November 22. It’s an animated musical comedy that uses a mix of traditional and 3D animation. The film follows Asha (Ariana DeBose), a sharp-witted idealist who makes a wish upon a star that changes the fate of her entire kingdom. Alan Tudyk voices Valentino, Asha’s friend and a talking goat. Chris Pine voices King Magnifico, the ruler of Rosas and the film’s villain.
Also starring are Angelique Cabral as Queen Amaya, Victor Garber as Asha’s grandfather Sabino, Natasha Rothwell as Asha’s mother Sakina, Jennifer Kumiyama as Asha’s best friend Dahlia, Evan Peters as Simon, Harvey Guillén as Gabo, Ramy Youssef as Safi, Niko Vargas as Hal, Della Saba as Bazeema, and Jon Rudnitsky as Dario. The latter seven were each inspired by a different dwarf from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”
The film is directed by Chris Buck (“Frozen,” “Frozen II”) and Fawn Veerasunthorn (“Raya and the Last Dragon”) from a script penned by Buck, Allison Moore (“Night Sky”), and Walt Disney Animation Studios Chief Creative Officer Jennifer Lee (who also worked on both “Frozen” films). According to its directors, “Wish” will feature several legacy nods to films from the Walt Disney Animation Studios library.