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Aladdin

  1. These Cats Want In On The Halloween Fun, Dress As Orphan Black, Star Wars, & Disney Characters

    Can't have Halloween without cats.

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  2. Voice Actress Lea Salonga’s Still Got It: Nails “A Whole New World” With Il Divo

    Brb, karaoke break.

    Lea Salonga will always have a place in the hearts of girls of a certain age, for bringing her considerable vocal talent to the singing voices of both Jasmine and Mulan. Singing here with Il Divo, Salonga proves that - though it might be two decades since Aladdin hit theaters - she can still show us a whole new world.

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  3. First Robin Williams In-Game World of Warcraft Memorial Spotted in “Warlords of Draenor” Beta

    Phenomenal cosmic powers...

    Impatient World of Warcraft players have been mining for evidence of Robin Williams' tribute in the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion "Warlords of Draenor." They've found several NPC character models under the name of Robin that appear to pay homage to Williams' characters (including a Genie model present in a previous expansion), and now players of the expansion's beta demo have come upon a definite Genie tribute in-game.

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  4. Disney Continues Their Series Of Magazine Covers With Princes

    For a whole new world, turn to page 13!

    Remember last year when Disney's blog, Oh My Disney, put out an awesome collection to photoshops with all the Princesses on the covers of various fashion magazines? This year they're doing the same thing, but with male characters instead. Now if only they'd actually write some of the articles they're advertising in each cover's copy—I do want to hear Aladdin open up about his street rat days!

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  5. Broadway’s Aladdin Leads Audience In “Friend Like Me” Singalong In Honor of Robin Williams

    All together: AWWWWWWWWW.

    Help. My heart doesn't know whether to be happy or sad about this. Human emotions are so complex. Some days I would rather be a robot.

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  6. The Mary Sue Remembers Robin Williams With Some of Our Favorite Scenes

    O captain, my captain.

    Let's all laugh and be sad together.

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  7. Disney’s Anna, Elsa, Rapunzel, Kuzco and More, if They Were Modern College Kids

    eye candy

    Why, you ask? Why redesign Disney characters as modern college students with a sense of fashion? Well, because some of us are good at throwing closet cosplays together. And some of us are good a drawing. And some of us are good at neither, but are great at looking at fan art.

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  8. Disney Actress Sings “A Whole New World” With Polite Drunk Folks in a NYC Bar

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    Lea Salonga, the singing voice of both Jasmine and Mulan, reprises her Oscar winning singing performance not just for, but with, an entire bar of folks who adorably hush up so she can sing her part of the duet. Apparently this happened within a subway stop of our office about a month ago, so maybe we should get out more.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Agent Skully

    Things We Saw Today

    A literal representation of one of my favorite television characters by Amelia Dolezal

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  10. Disney Characters Catch ‘Em All In These Clever Pokémon Trainer Illustrations

    Together At Last

    Artist Krista Nicholson's bright, exciting illustrations of Disney characters are almost too cute. Nicholson has definitely managed to slip some perfect pairing in there, from Vanellope and Jigglypuff to the adorable, but destructive, pairing of Stitch and Pikachu. Even Magikarp finds a Disney character to swim around with! You can see more of Nicholson's art, featuring more Disney characters and Pokémon, at her Deviantart account.

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  11. Military Dads Sing “A Whole New World” from Disney’s Aladdin

    Once More With Feeling

    You may remember some dads getting together to sing “Part of Your World” from Disney's The Little Mermaid. It was freaking adorable. Now, the folks from Life of Dad have brought together hero dads of all kinds - military personnel, teachers, fighter fighters - to lend their voices to "A Whole New World" from Aladdin. With a bonus assist from a few kids. Happy Memorial Day, everyone! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  12. Sephora Teams With Disney For Cinderella & Princess Jasmine Makeup

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    It's one thing to stick a brand name on makeup, it's another to capture the essence of that brand for a stunning collection. We've seen it done by MAC with their Archie's Girls line, now Sephora has joined forces with Disney! Take a look at the makeup, fragrances, and accessories they've put together for Cinderella and Princess Jasmine as well as the film scenes they took inspiration from. (Sephora via Set To Stunning)

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  13. Aladdin Might Be On Its Way to Broadway, I Hope They Bring His Mom

    it's time to play the music

    According to the New York Times, a stage version of Disney's Aladdin will be making its way to the New Amsterdam Theater. There's a lot of reasons why this is a pretty cool thing. Not only is Aladdin a pretty dang good Disney movie, it's was also the first of Disney's animated features to include a lead female character of color (although we'd have to wait three years to get one as the lead), second only to the The Jungle Book as the earliest Disney feature animated film where the main character is not of white-European descent. Broadway musicals are already a field of work where starring (and in many shows even secondary) roles for actors of color are thin on the ground. But a stage musical can also be a chance to escape the usually-around-ninety-minute limit of the animated feature, expand upon secondary characters, introduce original songs or even reintroduce songs that were cut from the original film. Which brings us to the very sad story of Aladdin's mom and the song "Proud of Your Boy."

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  14. Disney Princesses… If They Were in Final Fantasy X-2

    i'll just leave this here

    Final Fantasy X-2 introduced a new wrinkle into the famous RPG series: instead of being handed a selection of characters with set classes to choose a three person fighting team with, players were handed exactly three characters (Rikku, Yuna, and Paine) and could choose which class roles they wanted those characters to play at any moment, simply by changing their outfits. It was also the first FF game to feature an all female main cast.

    And what with the fanart trend of giving reinterpreting Disney princesses, and the existing presence of the official Final Fantasy/Disney crossover games Kingdom Hearts, it shouldn't surprise anyone that xsKiRtZx's drawings of Disney princesses and other lead female characters as Final Fantasy X-2 classes are a pretty cool combination.

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  15. 10 Ways To Become Immortal

    Power Grid

    What’s to explain? Immortality. You want it. No, don’t give me any of that crap about living longer than your loved ones or statistically if you can’t die than eventually you’re certain to get trapped in a situation where you wish you could. The human race wants to live forever. Somehow. This is why we have anti aging cream, children, art, and religion.

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  16. What Disney Princesses Would Look Like If They Were Actually Human

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    Jirka Väätäinen is a graphic design student at the Arts University College at Bournemouth in the UK, and he's come up with some really interesting interpretations of what Disney's animated heroines would look like in real life using photo manipulation, including Aladdin's Jasmine, pictured above. Are they still bursting with unattainable beauty? Of course -- but they are so incredibly human in these pictures. Even Ursula the Sea Witch.

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  17. The Most Surprisingly Awesome Licensed Video Games

    Over the years, video games licensed from other mediums have slowly slid into a sort of batting slump where anything licensed from something -- like comics, for example -- is immediately assumed to be terrible. At least, that was the prevalent attitude until games like Batman: Arkham Asylum came back on the market and destroyed those expectations. It’s not like said expectations didn’t have a foundation in truth. Superman 64 is often mentioned in the same breath as “worst game ever,” among other more unfriendly phrases. So, considering that the sequel to the best Batman game ever made is coming, it’s time to take a look at licensed games that, unlikely as it might seem, were and -- still are -- awesome.

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  18. These Disney Princesses Don’t Mess Around

    i swear by my pretty floral bonnet i will end you

    These princesses are not wishing upon a star. They're bored to death of sitting around and waiting for princes, dreams, and all that other fairy tale stuff to happen. Who's the fairest one of all? Justice.

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  19. Who Is The Fastest Classic Videogame Character? [Video]

    The answer may surprise you. Oh, video, you had us at Aladdin and The Lion King for the SEGA Genesis. (via Joystiq.)

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