This is a great collection of Disney Princesses (and Ursula) re-imagined as curvy pinup girls. They was created by Ashleigh Beevers and can be purchased on her Etsy shop, so we all got that going for us! Check out more of the pictures below and if you find yourself being turned on just know that it’s completely unnatural and you should seek help immediately. Enjoy!
If you are like me, you are a raging alcoholic and should seek help immediately. Also, you didn’t know that some of Disney’s most famous cartoons were actually developed by using scenes with real actors. I know what you are thinking, “Ben, have you been drinking?” and the answer is: Of course I have! I just told you I’m an alcoholic! But apperently this was a real thing. It’s called Rotoscoping and it’s when animators trace the frames of live action film footage to make realistic animations. I choose to interpret that as animators are all hacks who have to trace things. But seriously it’s pretty cool, here are some examples of how they did it. There is no photo evidence that Disney dressed a fox and a bear up as Robin Hood and Little John, but how else would the animators know how to draw that? Enjoy!
In news that I’m pretty sure only myself and my little brother care about, apparently Disney will be doing a reboot/sequel to the 1991 film The Rocketeer. I’m almost positive that my brother and I are the only people I know who remember this movie (hell, we might be the only two who ever saw it for all I know). In fact we watched it dozens of times as kids and gun to my head, I don’t know that I could tell you the plot. I think it was something like, guy finds a rocket pack, has a few laughs, Jennifer Connelly makes you feel strange in your bathing suit area then a zeppelin blows up. Yeah, that sounds about right. Anywho, the reboot/sequel info is as follows: The new film will focus on a black female lead and, apparently, her team, as it’s titled The Rocketeers. The new film will be written by Wainy Days writers Matt Spicer and Max Winkler, and it will take place six years after the original, seeing a young …
This is Fan.tasia, a mashup of almost every Disney release since 1989 by Lindsay McCutcheon set to the song Pop Culture by Madeon. While it doesn’t actually contain any Disney music, it’s still a fun little video featuring clips from: The Little Mermaid Beauty and the Beast Aladdin The Lion King Pocahontas The Hunchback of Notre Dame Hercules Mulan Tarzan Fantasia 2000 The Emperor’s New Groove Atlantis: The Lost Empire Lilo & Stitch Treasure Planet Brother Bear Home on the Range Tangled Winnie the Pooh Frozen Big Hero 6 What a lineup! Enjoy.
Here are a couple videos by Movie Munchies of Disney Princesses singing in English and then the native language of their fairly tale origin. I am one of the lucky people who understands no matter what language they sing in. How you ask? Because, I speak the language of love. That’s right, ever since the invention of Sonic Sour Cream Doritos I have transcended language because I now know all that is love! As long as they keep making Sonic Sour Cream Doritos, I will possess these powers….what’s that? They don’t make them any more? They haven’t for 10 years? Then how do I understand these songs? Oh that’s right, they sing them in English first…shit…. Well, my world is shattered. Enjoy the videos.