Exclusive Clip Introduces George Salazar Into the World of Alice’s Wonderland Bakery

Alice’s Wonderland Bakery

George Salazar enters the rabbit hole into the animated world of Disney’s Alice’s Wonderland Bakery.

This fun animated series is a new take on the classic Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. It is geared towards the younger generation that features eccentric characters all with the backdrop of baked goodies.

Here is the official synopsis:

Disney’s next animated series, Alice’s Wonderland Bakery, is a vibrant new take on the classic 1951 Alice in Wonderland film. Featuring re-imagined (though instantly-recognizable) versions of iconic characters and introducing memorable new ones, the series highlights diverse cultures and characters like Alice and her friends learn about community through their adventures in the Wonderland Bakery.

Wonderland is home to all sorts of unique families, each with their own fascinating cultures and traditions, which Alice and her friends learn about through their explorations with food. In this contemporary version, the royal family, for example, is inspired by Cuban heritage, giving Alice and her friends the chance to discover buñuelos and huevos habañeros, among other Cuban-inspired treats, while Hattie, a mad hatter boy, and descendant of the original Mad Hatter, is based on Japanese culture and whips up mocha and sekihan with his family.

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Centering on Alice, the great-granddaughter of the original heroine and a budding young baker at the enchanted Wonderland Bakery, the series features a slew of celebrity guest stars, including Craig Ferguson (The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson) as Doorknob (the iconic character from the original film); Eden Espinosa (Broadway’s Wicked, Disney’s Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure) as the Queen of Hearts; Grammy winner Jon Secada as the King of Hearts; Vanessa Bayer and Bobby Moynihan as the twins Tweedle Do and Tweedle Don’t, and Donald Faison (Scrubs) as Harry the March Hare.

Newcomer Libby Rue voices Alice along with Abigail Estrella (How the Grinch Stole Christmas!) as Princess Rosa, CJ Uy (The Ball Method) as Hattie, and Jack Stanton (Outmatched) as Fergie the White Rabbit.

Alice’s Wonderland Bakery is now playing on both Disney Channel and Disney Junior.

Watch the exclusive clip with George Salazar and Donald Faison below. Let us know what you think of the clip.

Source: Disney

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