(dramatic music) – [James] Tonight, we’re
making final preparations for our newest spectacular
for Magic Kingdom. Coming to us for Halloween, it’s Disney’s Not So Spooky Spectacular. – Good evening, dear friends. – Well, Jack Skellington
has arrived at Magic Kingdom and he’s got this story
to share with everyone, a story about how Halloween
is not quite what you expect. And it focuses on Mickey,
Minnie, Donald and Goofy, who go on this journey
through a haunted house and discover lots of frightful truths and playful tricks along the way. I don’t wanna ruin any surprises, but it’s quite the Halloween adventure. – Oh boy, ghosts!
– Ghosts? – So, this show is different from other spectaculars you may have seen, mainly in that the storytelling
of the show is so unique. We’re telling what feels like a episode of a Mickey short on the castle, but then,
it’s a spectacular way, enhanced with fireworks,
enhanced with lasers. Course some little
surprises along the way, but I think the audience themselves, when they’re watching the show, they’ll feel like they’re being pulled in and immersed into it
and going on the journey with Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy. – This house is spooky!
– Halloween is a wonderful holiday, it’s
filled with a great balance of fun things and scary things and that thrilling excitement in the air, and I think this show
represents all of that. I think you’ll have a lot of fun. Anything can happen on
Halloween, and it will, at Magic Kingdom.
– Happy Halloween! (cackles)