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    26 Disney Movies That Should Actually Exist

    Edna Mode from The Incredibles and Boo from Monsters, Inc. deserve their own movies.

    We asked followers of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which supporting Disney characters deserve their own movies. Here are the films that should actually exist.

    1. Frozone from The Incredibles

    Plot: Imagine a sequel for Frozone and his wife. And what if she was the "super, mega, ultra-lightning babe" he spoke of in the beginning interview in The Incredibles? They'd be the greatest crime-fighting team of all time!

    –Michael Grooms and Samantha Corwin, Facebook

    2. Boo from Monsters, Inc.

    Plot: The movie picks up right where Monsters, Inc. left off when Sulley opens the door to her room. We then follow Boo through her teenage years, hoping to one day be reunited with Sulley.

    –Kim Bushell, Facebook

    3. Grandmother Fa from Mulan

    Plot: A prequel about Mulan's sassy and hilarious grandma when she was young. Her older self would narrate it. She could've fought in some type of war or had some other challenge in her life she had to face.

    –Andrew Willacker, Facebook

    4. Edna Mode from The Incredibles

    Plot: Young Edna is a fashion designer who falls in love with a super (man or woman, 'cause Edna Mode can do whatever she wants). She realizes how terrible their costume looks, so she makes them one with a cape. Eventually she makes outfits for all the other supers, building her an empire. She gets married. Then, in a tragic battle, her S.O. dies of cape-related causes, making Edna hate capes forever.


    5. Ursula from The Little Mermaid

    Plot: She's painted as the villain, so let's find out why she's no longer allowed in the kingdom and what happened in her life before she was banished.

    –Sapphire Middleton, Facebook

    6. Charlotte La Bouff from The Princess and the Frog

    Plot: Her dad loses his fortune, so she has to get a job at Tiana's restaurant. A few years pass. Remember Travis, the guy she blew off at her masquerade ball? He's filthy rich now! Lottie wants to be rich again, but she thinks she's in love with a poor man. What does she do?! Marry Travis and have her old life back, or follow her heart?

    –Lisseth Ruano, Facebook

    7. Fairy Godmother from Cinderella

    Plot: A whole spin-off on her life and the person she helps next, 'cause Cinderella doesn't need her anymore. This would also allow Disney to explain her mysterious appearance and why she helps others.

    –Brian Sweeney, Facebook

    8. Russell from Up

    Plot: He gets married and returns to South America in search of Kevin, the huge bird, and finds her with her own family.

    –Kem Manabat, Facebook

    9. Yzma from The Emperor's New Groove

    Plot: Let's have a prequel that shows us what made her so evil. What drove her down that path? Plus, tiny yzma would be adorable.

    –Aria Mortenson, Facebook

    10. Pegasus from Hercules

    Plot: What was Pegasus up to while he was waiting for Hercules to grow up? Was he just hanging out around Mount Olympus? And, yeah, he didn't talk, but Wall-E proved you don't need much dialogue to make an awesome movie.

    –Katie Asselin, Facebook

    11. Lilly from The Princess Diaries

    Plot: She was so ambitious, she spoke her mind, and she wanted to change the world. She's be such a strong female lead.

    –Jenny Greatness, Facebook

    12. Olaf from Frozen

    Plot: How exactly did he spend his summer under the sun?

    –Isis Volante, Facebook

    13. Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians

    Plot: What the heck happened in her life that made her want to kill puppies for a coat?

    –Natalya Moran

    14. The Beast from Beauty and the Beast

    Plot: I want to see his backstory. He's an amazing character who gradually changes from what society wants to see to what he really is: a beautiful, handsome prince.

    –Lulu Lee, Facebook

    15. Captain Amelia from Treasure Planet

    Plot: I imagine that her years in the Flight Academy were full of scraps with other students. And sass. Lots of sass.

    –Sam Michele Utecht Heltibridle

    16. The mice from Cinderella

    Plot: The mice from Cinderella can own their own dress shop, sort of like Enchanted.

    –Roxanna Lee Harrison, Facebook

    17. Grandmother Willow from Pocahontas

    Plot: Was she always a tree? Was she a human first? Maybe she was on earth since creation and saw everything being born and changing.


    18. The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland

    Plot: A movie about the Mad Hatter would be hilarious. It'd be called "It's a mad, mad tea party" or maybe "we're all mad here."


    19. Turbo from Wreck it Ralph

    Plot: Let's have a prequel that shows Turbo's takeover of Sugar Rush after his game goes out of order.


    20. Thomas O'Malley from The Aristocats

    Plot: I want to know how he ended up as an alleycat. Where did he come from? Did he have a home once? Also, give me Thomas as a baby kitten, please.


    21. Hades from Hercules

    Plot: It should revolve around Hades partying with the elite of Mount Olympus, trying to get the approval of all the gods so he can move his way to the top and steal the throne from Zeus.


    22. Kristoff from Frozen

    Plot: A prequel with him growing up with the trolls. Done.


    23. Maximus from Tangled

    Plot: Imagine how sassy and awesome Maximus would be starring in a movie about how he became part of the royal "police force," focusing on other criminals he's tracked down.


    24. The witch from Brave

    Plot: The witch definitely has some stories to tell, especially in regards to this theory that claims Boo from Monsters, Inc. and the witch from Brave are the same person.


    25. Mushu from Mulan

    Plot: We need backstory from when he used to be one of the guardian spirits of Mulan's family.

    –Lyndsey Turner, Facebook

    26. Roz from Monsters, Inc.

    Plot: Roz was an undercover CDA agent for years, so there's gotta be awesome stories to tell from her past – like how she got into the business – or even for her future, featuring an entire set of new problems and monsters.

    –Steven Weeschuk, Facebook

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