To tie in with the release of the new original movie, “Descendants: The Rise Of Red”, which is set to arrive on Disney+ on Friday 12th July 2024, Disney is going to be releasing special sing-along versions of the three “Descendants” movies on the same day.

The original movie was released on the Disney Channel in the summer of 2015 and it stars Dove Cameron, Cameron Boyce, Booboo Stewart and Sofia Carson, who play the teenage sons and daughters of Disney’s most infamous villains, in Disney’s “Descendants,” a live-action movie that – with a knowing wink at traditional fairy tales – fuses castles with classrooms to create a contemporary, music-driven story about the challenges in living up to parental and peer expectations. 

The second film sees Mal return to the Isle of the Lost as she finds it difficult to adjust to royal life. Uma, her nemesis, unleashes her evil friends and captures King Ben, Mal’s boyfriend, to seek revenge against her.

And in the third film, Mal, Evie, Jay and Carlos, must return order in Auradon after Audrey, who is jealous of Mal, steals Maleficent’s sceptre and terrorises the locals.

The new movie, “Descendants: The Rise Of Red” is set after the trilogy and tells the story of how the Headmaster of Auradon Prep, former Villain Kid Uma, extends an invite to the school to another VK – Red, the rebellious daughter of the tyrannical Queen of Hearts from Wonderland. The Queen of Hearts has long held a grudge against Auradon, especially against Cinderella, and seizes the opportunity to seek revenge when she drops her daughter off at school. When the Queen of Hearts incites a coup against Auradon, Red must team up with Cinderella’s perfectionist daughter, Chloe, as they travel back in time to try to undo the traumatic event that set the young Queen of Hearts down her villainous path.

Disney has released sing-along versions of many of its hit movies on Disney+ and no doubt, these new versions will give fans of the movies another reason to go back and rewatch them.   Disney also regularly releases sing-along versions in home video formats, which have also been very popular with viewers.

Will you be checking out any of these “Sing-Along” versions of the “Descendants” movies?  Let me know on social media!

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Roger Palmer

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