Exclusive: See the characters of Broadway’s Aladdin in full costume! We spoke with the cast of the upcoming show for a behind-the-scenes look at the movie turned musical.
Why send out a regular old Valentine’s Day card, when you can send a card that perfectly exemplifies your inner baddie?
Who’s your happily ever after?
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-la-di-da, la la. Or something like that.
Just because someone tells you it’s a “Dinglehopper,” it doesn’t mean you should believe them.
Artist Isaiah Stephens is back, and this time he is depicting the Disney men as pop culture icons.
Here’s proof that some ‘toons were just meant to have facial hair.
Say Hello To Disney’s “Kill Team Princess”. Artist Johnni Kok depicts some of Disney’s favorite heroines as mercenaries instead.
Because the struggle is real.
Which one of these baddies’ signature song is your favorite?
Plus kids in the most adorable Breaking Bad costumes, a baby delivered by a McDonald’s staff, and 10 urban legends about movies explained.
Because let’s face it: Princesses are boring.
Disney’s Middle Eastern/South Asian fairy tale is finally going to make its run on the great white way. However, Aladdin on Broadway failed to cast anyone of Middle Eastern/South Asian descent in their “Multicultural Cast.” Here are some recommendations.
ABC’s series Once Upon a Time and its spin-off, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, have pulled fairy-tale characters from all over, with a distinctly Disney bias. Here are some of the Disney characters we’re dying to see — and the actors who could do them justice.
Plus stunning photos from the edge of an erupting volcano, the question of why Ben Affleck would want to risk playing Batman, and the ultimate in cockroach-related nightmare fuel.
So now she’s a beautiful, talented actress who also has great pipes. Respect.
Including the giant movie star that Aladdin’s face was modeled after.
In case you want to un-zip-a-dee your doo-dah.
Your favorite characters are almost unrecognizable in these early sketches and concept art.
With the help of digital enhancement. Done by artist Mike Roshuk.
Warning: This post may cause existential crises.
Cuteness will only get you so far.
The gays love Disney, and with good reason — Disney’s animated films are rife with LGBT subtext, imagery, and themes.
Being bad never looked so good.
Short answer: way too young to be getting married.
Someday my prince will come: Let’s hope he’s not one of the lame ones.
If Disney characters were real, they wouldn’t be singing in English. Here are 10 classic songs as they were meant to be heard — maybe.