This awesome artwork was recently uncovered by Disney’s D23 archives.
This preview to Disney’s Frozen doesn’t show any main characters, but instead features the most delightful snowman and reindeer since Frosty and Rudolph.
The dads have to step it up since the moms are always dead.
Without even leaving your desk.
A rare look at some of the behind-the-scenes magic that went into building “The Happiest Place On Earth.”
Warning: This post may cause existential crises.
Pixar isn’t the only one that hides little gems in their movies. Note: This list does not include hidden Mickeys.
The truth hurts. Christine Gritmon and Nick Nadel at The FW pulls the wool off our collective eyes.
OMG, Ursula is ridiculously adorable.
Cuteness will only get you so far.
Why do they ALL wear black?! Seriously.
Wait a minute, these are all the same girl! Deviant artist Meridith Viguet has cracked the Disney code, and it’s depressingly simple.
It looked amazing as a kid, and still does now.
DisneyBounding is when Disney fans dress up as contemporary versions of their favorite characters. It’s basically closet cosplay at its finest - prepare swoon with jealousy.
Disney never believed this now classic movie would be a success.
As if you needed any more reason to believe Disney was evil.
In the ’40s, Disney produced animated shorts instructing Americans on everything from menstruation to Hitler’s horribleness to why “teachers are people.”
Yahoo has entered the bidding for online video site Hulu. But Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer seemed to suggest the company was done with big deals for this year after the Tumblr purchase. Or did she?
Hamill talks about “George’s movie,” leaking information, and why he’s apprehensive about the new installments to the franchise.
The gays love Disney, and with good reason — Disney’s animated films are rife with LGBT subtext, imagery, and themes.
Apparently bad people have fat lips, red hats, and effeminate eyebrows.
Disney has brought back Mickey in the awesome short “Croissant de Triomphe.”
Unfortunately these movie based rides never left the development stage, but I am still holding out hope that they will build an Atlantis: The Lost Empire attraction.
Brains, beauty, independence, and humility — no other Disney Princess comes close to The Princess and the Frog’s Tiana.
In light of ABC’s upcoming Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, let’s look back on the trauma of the Disney classic. You never forget your first bad trip.
The extinction of the Sinclair family was a blow to childhoods everywhere. But the episode also delivered a powerful message.
Eleven pieces of fan-made concept art that pays tribute to classic hand-drawn animation. This beautiful artwork will leave you wishing it were real.