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Someone Asked Why Disney Dumbed Down Moana’s Rooster And One Tumblr User Gave The Perfect Answer

Someone Asked Why Disney Dumbed Down Moana’s Rooster And One Tumblr User Gave The Perfect Answer

It's no secret that Disney animated movies are enjoyed not only by the younger audiences but by adults as well. While for children the films offer many teaching moments and entertainment, older crowds can see much broader themes and various cultural...

It's no secret that Disney animated movies are enjoyed not only by the younger audiences but by adults as well. While for children the films offer many teaching moments and entertainment,...

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Making Maui’s Hook From Disney’s “Moana”

Texas-based artist Bobby Duke has made a magical fish hook that can slow down the sun, pull islands out of the sea, and battle monsters. His home-made wooden replica of Maui's hook from Disney's "Moana" looks just like the original Polynesian...

Texas-based artist Bobby Duke has made a magical fish hook that can slow down the sun, pull islands out of the sea, and battle monsters. His home-made wooden replica of Maui's...

Old Photos Reveal How Disney’s Animators Used A Real-Life Model To Draw Alice In Wonderland

Old Photos Reveal How Disney’s Animators Used A Real-Life Model To Draw Alice In Wonderland

Kathryn Beaumont, the actor who voiced both Alice in Disney's Alice in Wonderland and Wendy in Disney's Peter Pan, also modeled for the animators. These old photos show how much effort was put into classical animation at the Disney studio, where...

Kathryn Beaumont, the actor who voiced both Alice in Disney's Alice in Wonderland and Wendy in Disney's Peter Pan, also modeled for the animators. These old photos show how much effort...

What If Disney Princesses Were “Minions”?

What If Disney Princesses Were “Minions”?

This is what happens when you replace the heads of Disney princesses with minions. These yellow-headed creatures were first featured in the 2010 Universal Pictures film Despicable Me, and will be featured in their own film, Minions, this year.

This is what happens when you replace the heads of Disney princesses with minions. These yellow-headed creatures were first featured in the 2010 Universal Pictures film Despicable Me, and will be...

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