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wavesurf said …
This may be old news to some... But they are finally turning Anastasia into a Broad way Musical. Yup. Anya and Dimitri, Vlad, don't know about Pooka...etc. will be a stage musical. I can't say I'm surprised. It just took them, like, FOREVER to decide to do this. But I'm pretty happy that the chance has, at last, come. Posted 11 hours ago
deedragongirl commented…
Yea, I read about the news, I was a bit intrigued that it keeps delaying and the fact that there will be no Rasputin in it. 9 hours ago
deedragongirl said …
Hi guys, you all are not going to believe it, but Beauty and the Beast will be showing in Malaysia with the gay scene on coincidentally, the 30th of March which is my 29th birthday! But sadly to say, I wouldn't be here to watch it as I'll be in Vietnam! Posted 2 days ago
disnerdtobe commented…
Aw that's bittersweet news. But maybe you can see it after you get back from Vietnam. I REALLY wanna see BATB but my school workload is killing me. Maybe I'll wait when it comes on netflix lol. Have fun in Vietnam! 2 days ago
deedragongirl commented…
^^ Yea, good idea 2 days ago
uploaded900 said …
My question for the day is that why are female characters often portrayed with bigger eyes and longer eyelashes than males? I mean if you look at people IRL eye size isn't correlated with gender (more so with babies and children than anything else) and if you look at some classics, Snow White and the prince had eyes that were the same size even though Snow was an innocent 14 year old. Posted 2 days ago
uploaded900 commented…
With eyelashes, mean clearly have longer eyelashes than women IRL so unless a woman is wearing false lashes I don't see how that became a feminine thing. I'm not complaining btw, I'm just really curious on how these stuff became a rule in designing characters. (Although there's nothing wrong with breaking these rules ofc!) 2 days ago
wavesurf commented…
I've no idea where that came from. But you're right. It is an interesting phenomenon... Perhaps, it is just a cartoonist's style. Cartoonists have many different styles. 2 days ago
Sparklefairy375 commented…
I think they want to made the current animated female characters are more cute with huge eyes, plus it was (maybe) inspired from anime eyes. 2 days ago