Disney is well known for its on-screen Princesses but this weekend, it will celebrate the talented women behind the scenes with a new book and several pieces of art.
If you’ve seen even the tiniest portion of Robin Williams’ performance as the genie in Aladdin, then it won’t come as a shock to you that there a ton of his material that never made it to the final cut. And now it won’t be seen on the big screen for at least 25 years.
The villain song is the best. I know it, you know it, and the cast of Aladdin on Broadway know it. Jonathan Freeman takes the lead on this video from Oh My Disney, which showcases some of the best ones in a slick medley.
Disney fanatics have probably already picked up the brand new Aladdin Diamond Edition Blu-ray that just came out, but the Mouse isn’t stopping there. They’ve also licensed an official, limited edition poster that’s a must-have for fans.
Hardly a week goes by without Disney announcing a live-action adaptation of something. Some of them make a sort of sense, and the others are complete lunacy. As we have done before, it’s time to figure out just how many of these things are on the way—and how doomed we are.
When you watched Aladdin as a kid, did you ever think, “I wonder where the genie came from?” If you did A) That’s a little weird but B) You may just get your answer. Disney is reportedly developing a live-action Aladdin prequel, focusing on the world of genies.
Sure, the heroes in Disney movies are supposed to embody desirable traits: bravery, kindness, a sense of adventure. But sometimes, it's the villains who have the most to teach us about the world — in their successes and their failures, too.
Cat dressed up as Princess Jasmine on a magic carpet is winning Halloween, so far. We dare you to watch this adorable fur baby glide around on a magic Roomba carpet without screaming, "Tell me, princess, now when did you last let your heart decide?"
Feast your eyes on some lovely new artwork for Moana, the Disney animated film about a Polynesian girl who goes on a dangerous journey. When we first told you about this film it was slated for a 2018 release — but thank goodness, we're getting it in November 2016 instead.
You can never accuse the Disney corporation of missing a merchandising opportunity. Crashing the money trains of both Frozen and the wedding industry, tonight Disney and designer Alfred Angelo unveiled the latest line of princess-inspired wedding dresses.
Robin Williams—stand up comedian and beloved actor from Hook, Aladdin, Dead Poets Society and Mork & Mindy died today from an alleged suicide. He was 63.
Artist Joe Alexander has created this gorgeous set of prints showing just how iconic the silhouettes Disney's animation has created. And my how they loom.
Haruki Godo plays with Disney costuming by dressing various animated princesses in the clothes of their respective princes. Some of them look even better in boots and pants than they do in their usual outfits.
Disney movies are full of beloved characters, from the famous Princesses to the swashbuckling heroes. But what about the Disney characters that never made it to the screen? Like Aladdin's Mom, and Snow White's hideously offensive extra dwarf. Here are the most surprising Disney characters that you never knew existed.
On the way to becoming the movies that we know and sometimes love, Disney musicals have gone through numerous cuts and changes, and sometimes entire songs are lost in the editorial process. So what toe-tapping songs of the supernatural did we miss out on?
Today at Comic-Con we spotted this entourage of malefactors running as some kind of Disney Injustice League. The idea of Gaston scheming with the hunter from Bambi and The Horned King from The Black Cauldron is an absolute hoot.
Graphic designer Jirka Vinse Jonatan Väätäinen has taken it upon himself to transform almost every cartoon Disney princess into flesh-and-blood humans. Or — in the case of Ursula — a flesh-and-blood mollusk sapien.
Ok, to be fair. This device isn't really a carpet so much as it's a 4-inch square of plastic and it doesn't so much fly as just sorta hover a few inches off the ground, but it does have one advantage over Aladdin's flying carpet—Princeton's sheet is real.
Contrary to what the name and form factor might suggest, the Aladdin Vaporizer was not a tool to help you get high. Instead, according to one enthusiast of all things Aladdin, the device was used to make insects vanish.