Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, and Oprah Winfrey have been on quite the adventure since they started filming for Disney’s upcoming movie “A Wrinkle in Time,” first traveling to New Zealand to film the movie and now making a surprise appearance at Disneyland Resort.
The celebrities decided to surprise fans at California’s Disneyland Resort, with fellow costar Storm Reid introducing the three on stage at the Sunset Showcase Theater to give fans an exclusive preview of the movie.
The lucky fans also got free Fast Passes to the park’s ride and attractions, according to the Boston Herald, with this being Kaling's first public appearance since she had her daughter Katherine in Dec.
Showing their true Disney spirit, the celebrities donned matching Mickey Mouse ears before posing with fans in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle for a photo.
The film, which opens in theaters on March 9, has also allowed the stars to travel to New Zealand where they were able to explore the country’s attractions while shooting for the movie.
While there, Witherspoon, Kaling, and Oprah shared snippets of their vacation with fans, taking time to do everything from yoga sessions to horseback riding and winery visits.
The film, created by director Ava DuVernay is based on the 1962 novel written by American author Madeleine L'Engle and tells the story of a young girl named Meg Murry who must travel across different dimensions to rescue her father, and is led by three guardian angels known as “the Mrs.” who are played by Witherspoon, Winfrey, and Kaling.
The film was shot near Lake Hawea in Wanaka, New Zealand, with its striking colors and surrounding of soaring mountains serving as an ideal location for the film's fantasy world.