“It’s a Small World” Movie to Hit the Big Screen


So we knew this was coming right? I think  “It’s a Small World” is going to be a cute movie. Let’s all join hands and sing that iconic song.

So the word is that Disney is now planning a movie based on the “It’s A Small World” ride.

According to published reports, Jon Turtletaub, the producer and director behind the “National Treasure” films, will head the project.

Writer Jared Stern, who has worked on movies like “Bolt,” “Wreck-It Ralph” and “The Lego Movie 2” might be working up the script and helping Turtletaub produce the movie.

So far that is the info that has been released.

You may remember that the iconic ride recently celebrated it’s 50th anniversary not to long ago.

Fun fact: “It’s a Small World”opened in the Magic Kingdom in October 1971, and at Disneyland in 1966.

Is “It’s a Small World” a must do in the parks for you? Or would you rather skip it?

Wishing you Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust






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2 thoughts on ““It’s a Small World” Movie to Hit the Big Screen

  1. Groan. I skip the attraction, once is enough. Maybe I am too much of a thrill seeker to enjoy it, or maybe it’s that song that you can’t get out of your head.

  2. I enjoy the attraction. I don’t find it as obnoxious as some others do. Maybe it’s because I appreciate the message behind it.

    That being said, I’ll probably skip the movie. Other than the Pirates franchise, movies based on attractions haven’t fared well. (I’m looking at you, “Haunted Mansion”!)

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