“This is a super-sized and massive piece,” said Paul, who previously worked on shows like The Office, and has also worked on episodes of Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and The Muppets.
“It’s a really good fit for this whole episode.”
“It’ll be huge, and I hope it’s good.”
The project will also feature a number of nods to popular culture, including the show’s signature theme song, a line of the classic Disney film Beauty and the Beast, and a scene from the Disney animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
“The big thing about this project is it has to be an actual movie,” Paul said.
“There’s nothing that would make it a Disney movie, so we’re trying to find a way to make it real, and not just another animated Disney movie.”
We’re not going to have a real-life Snow White movie.
There’s no Snow White in this.
We’re not even going to put up a Snow White-themed tree in this one.
The Snow White tree is going to be a completely new tree, because we’re not just going to re-use the same thing.
“For more details on the film, check out the official press release.