When the kingdom’s most wanted and most handsome bandit, Flynn Rider, takes refuge in an old and mysterious tower, he’s instantly captured by Rapunzel, the spire’s beautiful and longtime resident. She has been locked away for years, forced to grow over 70 feet of magical golden hair, and desperately wants to see the kingdom’s annual floating lantern festival for her 18th birthday. The gutsy teenager strikes a deal with Flynn and together they begin a whirlwind adventure full of excitement--and possibly love.
Rapunzel realizes that this is her chance to be free and explore the world around her, and she forces Flynn to agree to her deal -- they'll leave the tower together, and he'll take her to see the floating lights the next night, then bring her back home the next day before Mother Gothel returns.
Maximus, a palace horse from the Corona guard, is still searching for Flynn after his grand escape.
In the distance, you can clearly see Flynn’s wanted posters.
Cupid is seen flying through the clouds, hinting at the love that will soon blossom.
Mother Gothel has always been Rapunzel’s motherly figure. However, the floating lights from the castle start to raise questions and now her immortality and youthful looks are at risk.
Pascal the chameleon is constantly cheering Rapunzel up, rooting her on, and refusing to allow her to take any steps backward.
In the open window, you can see Rapunzel's frying pan, the weapon she used to knock Flynn out.