Just how well do you know these animated classics?
From superhero blockbusters to raucous comedies to weepy tearjerkers to winsome indies to Bollywood spectacles, this is what was available at (many) movie theaters over the summer of 2014. So how many did you get to see?
Being bad always feels good.
Use the slidey thing to see how divergent the movie marketing campaigns can be in the U.S. versus the rest of the world. Especially, it seems, in Japan.
Who wore it* better? *”It” being a loincloth.
Mainstream contemporary culture isn’t into the idea of a masculine hero being a cold-blooded murderer or having a young male lover. Weird, right?
The gorgeous model and Hercules actress takes our Q&A!
“When a 2-year-old asks Hercules to play patty cake… he plays patty cake.”
Hercules is a fantastic Disney movie, but it doesn’t get nearly all of the love that it deserves!
It’s time to put “Let It Go” in its proper place in the Disney canon.
Because the animals are always the best part.
With temperatures below freezing for most of the United States and Canada, BuzzFeed wants to know what your thermometer reads right now.
Talk about making a snow into a snow cone.
Cabin fever also extends to apartments and houses, too.
Vera Bradley, TJX, and American Eagle will be impacted the most based on their store count in the Northeast and Midwest, Citigroup analysts say.
School was canceled, roads were closed, and emergencies were declared, but at least the snow was pretty.
A massive winter storm is no match for these brave, possibly insane people who lined up outside in sub-zero temperatures for Cronuts in New York City this morning.
If you’re stuck indoors due to a massive snowstorm or just because it’s cold as heck, you should know that Netflix has added a bunch of wonderful films to its instant streaming selections. Here are some of the best to add to your queue for the post-holiday blues.
Some areas could get up to two feet of snow by the time its all over. And they’re calling it “Hercules.”
Keep calm and drink excessively on your couch. Priorities are established as the winter storm known as Hercules looms.
Just because someone tells you it’s a “Dinglehopper,” it doesn’t mean you should believe them.
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.
In case you want to un-zip-a-dee your doo-dah.
Spoiler alert: You’ve already seen this movie.
Pixar isn’t the only one that hides little gems in their movies. Note: This list does not include hidden Mickeys.
Everyone starts somewhere. These campy classics were the springboard for many a sci-fi/fantasy career.
The gays love Disney, and with good reason — Disney’s animated films are rife with LGBT subtext, imagery, and themes.
According to Disney movies anyway.
Stay home. Wear pajamas. Make the house smell like cookies.
D’awwww, they all look so happy. Rodolfo Loaiza gives some iconic Disney characters an orientation make-over.