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Leibovitz poses with the Harry Wintson tiara worn by Scarlett Johansson for her photo shoot as Cinderella
Leibovitz poses with the Harry Wintson tiara worn by Scarlett Johansson for her photo shoot as Cinderella
World famous photographer Annie Liebovitz was recruited by Disney for the Year of a Million Dreams campaign to promote Disneyland and Walt Disney World by persuading some of her celebrity friends to pose as beloved Disney characters. Only a few shots have been done so far, but 10 or 12 (including Peter Pan and the Little Mermaid) are in development. The photos will run as a series in magazines including Vogue, Vanity Fair, W, GQ, Conde Nast Traveller, Cookie and The New Yorker. And, with luck, they'll be available as prints, too.
Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella wearing a $325,000 tiara from Harry Winston
Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella wearing a $325,000 tiara from Harry Winston
Soccer star David Beckham as Sleeping Beauty's Prince Phillip
Soccer star David Beckham as Sleeping Beauty's Prince Phillip
Spinning in a teacup are Beyonce Knowles as Alice, Oliver Platt as the Mad Hatter and Lyle Lovett as the March Hare
Spinning in a teacup are Beyonce Knowles as Alice, Oliver Platt as the Mad Hatter and Lyle Lovett as the March Hare
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Epilogue

`    The grandfather clock rang eleven times. The kitchen was mostly dark, except for a little bit of moonlight trickling into the house from its window. Annette and Collette were sleeping together. Danielle slept near them, with Puffball at her side. Also sleeping were Peg and Spunky, who were in a soft bed in the corner by the door, sleeping next to each other with smiles on their faces. In the center of the room were Lady and Tramp, who were fast asleep in one cushy, large, round bed. Upstairs, Jim Dear, Darling, and Junior were sleeping. Everyone was sleeping…...
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I've been planning to make this article for a while but I haven't had the time because of college but better late than never. In my opinion these are the most beautiful Disney Channel girls in my honest opinion. Some might disagree but if you don't like it you can make your own list and put it into an article. Anyway please comment but be polite and respectful. Enjoy!

10.Hilary Duff
I know I'll get a lot of hate for this because from what I've gathered she's considered the most beautiful Disney Channel star. Anyway she's absolutely stunning in my opinion. She has beautiful hair, gorgeous...
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This list is only about Disney villains who turned up in animated full-length feature. No Pixar, no package movies and no half-animated movies. I also only included villains, who definitly are villains, not those who turned good at the end of the movie (like Amos Slate) or those which are mostly just slightly jerky characters (like the characters of Dumbo or the Siamese cats).


10. Sloth:

It should be obvious why this motivation is at the bottom on the list. Lazy villains don’t really provide much action because they are…well, too lazy to do much. So it’s no wonder that the only...
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The gorgeous, mature-looking redhead
The gorgeous, mature-looking redhead
I've been planning to do this for a while, but I never had the chance to. KataraLover's top 10 most beautiful DC girls article inspired me to write this article. Anyways, here is my top 10 most beautiful Disney Channel ladies.

10. Bella Thorne and Bridgit Mendler
What a way to start off an article, with a tie. Bella Thorne is very mature-looking. She's sixteen, but she looks about eighteen or nineteen. She has an amazing smile, beautiful lips, mature features, very pretty eyes, and absolutely GORGEOUS red hair which happens to be her best feature. I honestly don't see how people find her ugly,...
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Back around April 17th (Which is my birthday.) after I finished my article where I reviewed Bayformers, I was planning on writing a new article where I list off stories that Disney should adapt into movies. However, after reading an article where a Fanpoper counted down the Disney Revival movies from her least favorite to favorite, I was inspired to write down a version of my own. As a result, my plan on listing off stories that I want Disney to adapt was put on delay. But now, it seems like the perfect time to continue it.
About a month ago, I made a poll where I listed off the stories I...
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These kind of articles are kinda passeé, but there's never anything wrong to do them once in a while. I'm excited for Moana, the songs, the characters sound so charming, and it feels like a genuine classic Disney film of the 90s, very similar to Aladdin, which would make me happy.

So without further ado, here are my favorites.

10- Alice in Wonderland- It's so original, and I feel it's the only Alice in Wonderland adaptation that isn't a borefest. I think the captured of the book well, and it really helps how they showed the story in a more "visual" sense, while the book obviously relied more...
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The Lion King
The Lion King
Hi everyone, this is my second article about The Lion King. Only this time, I'm going to comparing to another non-Disney movie called The Land Before Time. Are you ready?

The Land Before Time

While watching this movie after so many years, there was a character name Rooter, who ironically is the narrator of the movie. Actually told Littlefoot about the great Circle of Life shortly after the tragic passing of his mother, I thought for a moment that the Lion King stole this line! But I guess that I was wrong in the end.
Littlefoot's relationship with his mother and grandparents are like those of...
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Now, just by reading the title, you're probably thinking "great, another Elsa hate article", but trust me it's nothing like that.

I thought Elsa was a great deuteragonist, despite how much her fans ruin her for me, but I think it would still be amazing if Disney had kept their original idea and made her a villain. She just has so much potential! She has good motives, she could send a good message about redemption and I think she would be one of the most developed and unique villain Disney could ever make.







I think Anna and Elsa's relationship would be much more realistic if Elsa had been...
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Wow. I can already see the hate brewing and I'm so sorry but she just annoys me.

Just hear me out:

The first time I watched Frozen I had no problem with her. I didn't necessarily like her but I didn't dislike her either. I was completely neutral to her.

I am going to flat out say it. Elsa is overrated.

I'm not hating on anyone for liking her, but I would like her oh so much more if the fandom didn't constantly tear down other Frozen characters and DP's and anything related to Disney, just to make Elsa look better. And what if you don't like Elsa? The fans get so frustrated and start going on...
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