People who will watch Beauty and the Beast in 3D on January 13, 2012 will be treated to a screening of a new Tangled short, according to an announcement made by Walt Disney Studios. The new short, entitled Tangled Ever After, will serve as a epilogue for Tangled, and will show the royal wedding of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider (a.k.a. Eugene).
The real stars of the show, however, are Pascal and Maximus, who were supposed to be the flower chameleon and ring bearer for the wedding, but accidentally lost the gold bands. A hilarious search and recovery mission ensues. Along the way, the comical duo will blaze a trail of comical chaos that will include a flock of doves, a wine barrel barricade, flying lanterns and a very messy finale.
Tangled Ever After is almost worth the price of admission alone, but the full length film it piggybacks on is no slouch either. Beauty and the Beast is a timeless classic, and as fine as the original Walt Disney movie has aged, the new movie takes full advantage of Disney Digital 3D to introduce a new generation of moviegoers to the magic of the classic fairy tale.