Glam, glitter, and the stars! Literally!
Walking the Red Carpet for Disney’s Nutcracker and the Four Realms was a bit of an alternate reality experience, and a bit of entering, well, a new realm!
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The red carpet for Disney’s Nutcracker and the Four Realms entered you right into a new realm and the pre-premiere party. The party featured a variety of fun stations centered around a main focal display of the movie character posters. You could create your own snow globe; paint your nails and bring home some fun mini nail polishes; have your hair done in a whimsical, glittery up-do; create a photo keepsake based on one of the Four Realms in the movie, or stock up on treats from the Sugar Plum Fairy—all along a starlit night backdrop.
Red Carpets are always fun. I love the people watching as much as anything else.
While the dresses (and a few cosplay outfits) were perhaps a bit “extra” compared to some red carpets, because of the timing of the party and it being a family movie, we didn’t spot nearly as many celebrities as we sometimes do. Brett Dalton, Mario Lopez, Guillermo Diaz, Peyton List, Abby Ryder Fortson, were among some of the starts we spotted outside of the talent in Disney’s Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
Here’s a glimpse of the event:
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms is in theatres November 2, 2018.
Thanks to Walt Disney Studios for bringing me to Los Angeles for an all-expense paid trip. As always, all opinions are my own.