Cute show. Very well done. The lighting after the show really makes the animals stand out.
It does, and I would say its the best of the new nighttime entertainment at DAK.
I don't believe so. I listened to the previews of all of the Bambi music on iTunes and none of them sounded close to the music of the deer and eagle sequence. Maybe this music is a true wonder of the 21st century...Is the music in the sequence featuring the deer from Bambi?
Haha true... but c'mon, you gotta admit this addition is good!The good news about these sad nighttime additions is the fact that everyone will be trying to watch these while there will be no one waiting for everest
I can't find what you're actually talking about (I missed the initial announcement somehow). Well it's concept art... not always accurate, especially if the art was produced early on in the planning stages. What I mean is that that concept art may have been created before the actual scenes were created or even though out, and so that would explain it.Has anyone seen the sequence yet of the hummingbird concept art Disney released when the show was first announced? I had seen one sequence with hummingbirds but not what the concept art looked like.. Is there another?
Speaking of, does anyone happen to know what the name of the song that's playing during the Avatar part? I know if it's from the soundtrack, just not where. What a grand sounding piece of music.That Avatar scene needed to be longer...Goosebumps...Then again, it's a teaser of our adventures coming soon...
Not really from a distinct part of the movie. It's a theme used throughout the film, sharing a melody with the "I See You" end credits song. James Horner composed the original music for Avatar, and the Tree of Life Awakenings were scored/arranged by Andrew Lockington.Speaking of, does anyone happen to know what the name of the song that's playing during the Avatar part? I know if it's from the soundtrack, just not where. What a grand sounding piece of music.
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