Millions of Disney fans have been waiting all summer for the premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie, “Descendants,” which is now only a few days away. Scheduled to hit the Disney Channel on Friday, July 31, the movie already looks like a fantastic installment to the popular network’s original offerings and you can watch the first six-minutes below.

The entire premise of Disney’s “Descendants” is a perfect fit for Disney fans of all ages. The original event is like a contemporary fairytale, with a music-driven story about the challenges adolescent offspring face in living up to parental and peer expectations (and these are some VERY well known parents).

The story is set in the idyllic kingdom of Auradon where Ben, the benevolent teenaged son of the King and Queen (Beast and Belle from “Beauty and the Beast”), is poised to take the throne. His first proclamation: offer a chance at redemption to Mal, Evie, Carlos and Jay, the trouble-making offspring of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Cruella de Vil and Jafar, who have been imprisoned on the forbidden Isle of the Lost for 20 years. These villainous descendants are allowed into Auradon for the first time to attend prep school alongside the teenage progeny of Fairy Godmother, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Mulan. Only time will tell if these evil teens follow in the footsteps of their wicked parents.

As these sons and daughters of evil meet the children of goodness, their story incorporates empowering themes about self-confidence, finding the beauty within, freedom of choice, personal responsibility, teamwork, justice and empathy.

Kenny Ortega, the Emmy Award-winning director and choreographer of Disney’s “High School Musical” franchise, directs, choreographs and executive-produces the movie.

It premieres Friday, July 31 on the Disney Channel and the soundtrack includes six original songs ranging from electronic dance music (EDM) to a ballad and an urban pop rendition of “Be Our Guest” (from “Beauty and the Beast”).

Starring are: Dove Cameron (“Liv and Maddie”) as Mal, the daughter of Maleficent; Booboo Stewart (“X-Men Days of Future Past”) as Jay, the son of Jafar; Sofia Carson as Evie, the daughter of the Evil Queen; and Cameron Boyce (“Jessie,” “Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything”) as Carlos, the son of Cruella de Vil.

Mitchell Hope stars as Ben, the son of Belle and the Beast. Bringing their acclaimed talent in comedy and improvisation, are Tony-Award winner Kristin Chenoweth (“Wicked,” “Glee”) as Maleficent, Kathy Najimy (“Hocus Pocus”) as the Evil Queen, Wendy Raquel Robinson (“The Game”) as Cruella de Vil and Maz Jobrani (“The Interpreter”) as Jafar.

The worlds of pristine Auradon and the desolate Isle of the Lost were designed by Mark Hofeling (“Teen Beach Movie,” “High School Musical”) and the costumes were designed by Kara Saun (“Project Runway,” “America’s Best Dance Crew”).

Wendy Japhet (“An Education”, “The Italian Job”) serves as executive producer along with Ortega, and Ortega’s longtime collaborator, Paul Becker (“So You Think You Can Dance Canada”), joined him as choreographer. The script was written by Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriott (creators and Emmy and WGA Award-nominated writers on “The Starter Wife”; writers of “Runaway Bride” and on “Desperate Housewives”).

The composer is David Lawrence (“High School Musical” trilogy). Songwriters and music producers include Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Andrew Lippa, Adam Anders, Adam Schlesinger, Johan Alkenas, Peer Astrom, Charity Daw, Josh Edmondson, Nikki Hassman, Sam Hollander, Craig Lashley, Marco Mariangelli, Grant Michaels, Shelly Peiken and Joacim Persson.