They would make terrible best friends.
Just how well do you know these animated classics?
You’ll never miss these magical hidden gems again next time you rewatch these classics.
Emma and Hook are the real-life Rapunzel and Eugene. H/t Tumblr.
It’s time to put “Let It Go” in its proper place in the Disney canon.
Because the only thing better than regular magic is Disney magic. Drawings done by Eira1893.
Because the animals are always the best part.
Getting ready for some serious feels, everybody.
Fairy tale improved by a whole nest of CATS. A comic by Cat Versus Human!
Why send out a regular old Valentine’s Day card, when you can send a card that perfectly exemplifies your inner baddie?
These gorgeous bottles designed by artist Ruby Spark , perfectly capture the essence of your favorite baddies and will leave you wishing they were real.
I ship this. I ship this so hard.
Just because someone tells you it’s a “Dinglehopper,” it doesn’t mean you should believe them.
Say Hello To Disney’s “Kill Team Princess”. Artist Johnni Kok depicts some of Disney’s favorite heroines as mercenaries instead.
Which one of these baddies’ signature song is your favorite?
Apparently animating female characters that look different is hard?
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.
Pixar isn’t the only one that hides little gems in their movies. Note: This list does not include hidden Mickeys.
According to Disney movies anyway.
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.
Am I turned on or disturbed? Wait, haven’t we been here before? (Link NSFW) J. Scott Campbell returns to make us all uncomfortably attracted to ink and paint.
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This is how inception works. It’s good to see Disney embracing their old traditions.
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To prove that they’ve got their finger on the pulse of what’s hip with the kids these days, Disney has released a promo for their upcoming Rapunzel flick parodying the Double Rainbow guy. “Double tower” just doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it?
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Disney returns to the cash cow guarantee that is the Princess movie…with a blatant attempt to appeal to boys.
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Some early artwork and a preview for Disney’s upcoming feature about everyone’s favorite hippie longhair fairytale princess. According to The LA Times, the movie was retitled to “appeal to boys.” Tangled comes out December 1.
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