Shades of the Kingdom of Rosas are now visible on Main Street U.S.A. at Magic Kingdom, as new “Wish”-inspired window decals and displays are now visible along the park’s entryway in conjunction with the film’s release. The displays can be found outside of Disney Clothiers, which is located roughly halfway down Main Street U.S.A.
‘Wish’ Window Decals & Displays Installed at Magic Kingdom
Each display features the same decal, which depicts a starry night sky that gives way to a blue interior border with gold accents. The “Wish” logo is printed on the top left-hand side of each sticker.
The inside of each decal is removed, allowing guests to look inside the windows and see the “Wish” arrangements. The display pictured above features several holiday decorations alongside items from a new film-centric merchandise collection, including the Valentino plush, Asha doll, and several clothing items. A Valentino dog shirt fashioned to the goat’s pajama set is draped over a puppy mannequin.
The second window features the same border decal in addition to a Star sticker streaking across the left pane. The display features several pieces of Star-centric merchandise, including a Spirit Jersey, pajama shirt, large plush, and light-up figure. A Christmas tree and wrapped holiday gifts also appear in the window.
“Wish” opened in theaters on November 22. The new musical from Walt Disney Animation Studios uses a mix of traditional and 3D animation and follows Asha (Ariana DeBose), an ambitious young woman who makes a wish upon a star that changes the fate of her entire kingdom. The film also stars Chris Pine as King Magnifico, Alan Tudyk as Valentino the talking goat, and Star, the movie’s breakout character, as himself.
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).
Promotion for the feature was substantial in the lead-up to its release. Disney previewed a new song from the movie each week before it hit theaters and even introduced an immersive “Wish”-inspired advertisement on the Las Vegas Sphere.
Asha debuted as a meet-and-greet character at EPCOT on November 1 before being introduced at Disneyland Park on November 22. A pre-show featuring characters from the film was added to World of Color at Disney California Adventure on November 17, while a “Wish”-themed light show debuted on the exterior of Spaceship Earth at EPCOT on the day of the film’s release. Merchandise inspired by the movie has been available at Disney Parks for much of November, with more items released in recent days.
What do you think of the new “Wish” window decals and displays at Magic Kingdom? Have you checked out the movie in theaters? Let us know in the comments.