Baking is based off the story Hansel and Gretel it is an animated film by Disney.
Hansel and Gretel both twins and 16 get lost in the forest as they have no home at all. They soon discover a place made made a candy. They decide to snack on some of the candy. A witch appears out of the blue and keeps them stuck in the house. She wants to eat them in the beginning. The witch needs to get the final ingredients for her dinner so she steps outside and makes sure to lock the door. Hansel and Gretel escape through the black licorice by eating it. They then realize a gingerbread named Tim needs their help. Tim helps them escape. What they don't know till later that Tim is the real bad guy. The witch comes back and realizes their gone. She also notices the gingerbread that was locked safe was gone. She never expected him to escape from the cookie jar. The witch runs after the kids to go find them. The gingerbread "promised" to take them home even though he actually wasn't at all. He wanted them to be his slaves and work with him for the rest of their lives. The witch knows their in Chocolate Lagoon a place where evil lives. They begin doing hard work in order of Tim. The Witch finds Hansel and Gretel. The gingerbread man was no match for the witch and the witch eats Tim's head off. The witch then promises to take good care of Hansel and Gretel. They both learn to never judge a book by its cover, and quite possibly the witch too.
- Wonderful Day in the Woods (Hansel and Gretel)
- My Plan (The Witch)
- Escape this House (Hansel, Gretel, and Tim)
- Wonderful Day in the Woods (Reprise) (Hansel, Gretel, and Tim)
- I'm Not Bad As I Seem (The Witch)
- Wonderful Day in the Woods (Finale) (Hansel, Gretel, and the Witch)
- Taylor Swift as Gretel
- Nick Jonas as Hansel
- Wreck-it Ralph references can be found throughout the movie.
- This film had a 200 million dollar budget.
- This film was the 1st to be used in the meander animation style which uses both 2D and 3D animation.
- This film got 97% on rotten tomatoes. It got universal acclaim from critics and audiences.