Disney’s Super Bowl parade has been nixed, however the shooting of the “I’m Going to Disney World” commercial after the major event is still on.
Authorities at Walt Disney World said Friday that the theme park resort wouldn’t have its yearly Super Bowl parade including the game’s star players this year in light of the Covid pandemic. Be that as it may, the resort actually plans to film its annual ad after the game, normally highlighting the Most Valuable Player taking a gander at the camera and saying those celebrated words.
The ads have included Super Bowl stars since 1987, when Phil Simms of the New York Giants initially showed up after his team’s championship win.
In the ads, the song “When You Wish Upon a Star” plays over shots of the included player passing or running and scenes of fans screaming and hopping. Toward the end, an off-camera host recognizes the Super Bowl win and asks the player, “What are you going to do next?”
In the midst of cheerful festival, the player reacts “I’m going to Disney World!”
“Be sure to stay tuned after the big game to catch the commercial on major TV networks and social media!” Disney officials said in a blog post. “Disney Parks hopes to be able to bring back our other Super Bowl traditions next year, including letting football and Disney fans see and cheer on their favorite player in the park.”
Disney World has not had parades since it returned the previous summer after a conclusion because of the spread of the virus.
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No California Times journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.