The opening ceremonies at the Olympics are grand spectacles that often produce a "What WAS that?!" from audiences. Well, lots of rumors have been swirling about the opening Ceremony for the London Olympics tonight and the latest is.....farm animals?!

Rumors are flying about the secret plans for tonight's opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London. There's word that Peter Pan may descend from Neverland, or that James Bond may jump out of a helicopter, or maybe both.

We do know that it will be a $41 million spectacle called "Isles of Wonder," and Sir Paul McCartney will be just one of 10,000 people who will perform. Lord Voldemort and Mary Poppins are expected to drop in, too. For some reason, 70 sheep and some chickens, cows, goats and geese also will be at center stage at some point. The U.S. delegation will, of course, be walking in the Parade of Nations.

If you want to catch the opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympics, tune in at 6:30 p.m. tonight on NBC, which has the broadcast rights.