It all began at the D23 Expo last year. That was where Disney first played a scene from the Wreck-It Ralph sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet, in which Vanellope von Schweetz meets 14 iconic Disney princesses at once. The clip crushed the audience of Disney super fans and has since been glimpsed here and there as…
It’s time for cat memes, princess selfies, and the darkest corners of the webiverse in the latest look at Disney’s sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Ralph and Vanellope are in for a ride.
Disney has devoted a lot of its resources to bringing well-known fairy tales to the screen—but the studio’s latest acquisition is not only an original story, it’s a refreshingly international one, too. That said, it does involve a princess. Of course.
Hopefully they don’t wreck the internet too much, though—we’re already doing a pretty good job of that ourselves.
Live-action all the Disney animated movies! No, but really, Mulan could be pretty badass.
We've seen a whole host of changes to Disney's pantheon of princesses over the years, but one of the biggest ones occurred with almost no fanfare more than 25 years ago — and it's been hiding in plain sight ever since.
The more we see of Disney's live-action adaptation of Cinderella, the more excited we get. This movie looks like magic on film. It's colorful, whimsical, but also downright chilling, thanks entirely to Cate Blanchett as the Evil Stepmother. We simply cannot wait to see this.
In our show-and-tell thread today, in which commenters share the frankly pretty impressive side and primary projects they've been working on, commenter Suisei-ojii-sama shared this set of tarot cards re-worked to feature classic Disney-movie characters.
If you're going to get a Little Mermaid (villain-centric) Disney chest piece, this is the high-water mark. Amazing.
Last night, Dancing With the Stars went full Disney. Unfortunately there was no Fox and the Hound contemporary dance, but they did make time for Ariel to shake her mermaid-shell bra around for the kiddies. So we've ranked all the Disney dances from best to worst!
We spent a lot of time celebrating the greatness that is Idina Menzel in Frozen, but Kristen Bell is no slouch either. Just try not to cry watching Bell sing all the parts of her aging character Anna in this live rendition of "Do You Want To Build A Snowman."
I'm all aboard with reworking every single Disney movie into a post apocalyptic zombie nightmare. But why was it necessary to show much princess skin? That's just not safe — covering up is basic zombie survival 101, guys.
Disney's live action Cinderella movie is so wonderfully beholden to the animated source material, it will make your heart swell. And we've seen a large chunk of it, including the Evil Stepmother, Cate Blanchett — who makes her grand entrance with A CAT ON A LEASH.
Kristen Bell (Anna), Josh Gad (Olaf), and Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) all got together in the real world to sing a little ditty about the making of Frozen. From here on out, all animated musical film actors should be forced to do a real life set, with the real life animators/professional dancers who created their…
Snowy, Nordic fairy tale Frozen could have been wildly different from what we saw in theaters. Check out the whole other movie Disney almost made, in this astounding collection of concept art.
We've got two Frozen deleted scenes that give us lots more time with Anna, Elsa and Kristoff. Unsurprisingly, they are all completely delightful and adorable and can we all just go to Norway and build a snowman together?
Our world would be a way more wondrous place if Disney and Hayao Miyazaki's characters littered the logos of our lives.
If Disney ever does get into the fancy perfumery business they had better use these brilliant little bottles for packaging. Gaston: a musky cologne with a hint of whisky, tobacco and stag fur. Ursula: a brine infused scent with a touch of sea grass. We could do this all day...