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  1. 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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  2. My Little Pony’s Lauren Faust To Helm Medusa Comedy For Sony Pictures Animation!

    This is just like magic!


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  3. Modern-Day Disney and Dreamworks Characters Are Icons of Style

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

    Can we all agree that How to Train Your Dragon's Astrid should be in more of these series of artistic reinterpretations of animated characters? Because seriously, she's the best. She's a Viking Quidditch star. So all my thanks to Tumblr user Punziella for including her alongside stalwarts like Brave's Merida, Frozen's Anna and Elsa, etc. Now can more fanartists give Hercules's Meg the love she deserves? And Tiana. I would, but my talent barely extends to stick figures.

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  4. 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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  5. Genderswap Disney & Dreamworks Characters Deserve Their Own Film

    eye candy

    DeviantArt maby-chan has done their genderswap version of Disney and Dreamworks characters, something we've seen in a few different styles before, and I can't help but want to see them in their own films. Take a look at Merida, Rapunzel, Sinbad and more!

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  6. Looks Like Rapunzel Popped Into Frozen For a Split Second

    To infinity and beyond!

    ...and she left for Arendelle without her director even knowing! Scandalous. Behind the cut you'll find the Facebook conversation wherein Tangled director Nathan Greno is alerted to his creation's surprise cameo appearance. What with it being official that Tangled and Frozen take place in the same universe, I'm convinced that Maximus and Hans' horse are actually one in the same. He took a jaunt to the Southern Isles for... spoilery reasons. I can't say. But that's my headcanon and I'm sticking to it.

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  7. LEGO Friends Introduces Disney Princess Line

    This Makes Sense

    When I first heard LEGO was teaming with Disney for Princess sets, my first thought was "Yes! Finally I get some minifigs I've always wanted!" And then I realized they weren't the regular minifigs but more like the recent LEGO Friends sets. I'm personally disappointed but I know a lot of folks really like these, so take a peek at our first preview of the line. And don't miss Flynn Rider looking utterly lost.

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  8. Luján Fernández Draws Strong Women Of Pop-Culture

    A Series of Fallopian Tubes

    I was happy to stumble upon artist Luján Fernández. She has a great collection of drawings featuring many of my favorite pop-culture characters including the women of Game of Thrones, comics, and Disney! Check out our selection here which also features Adventure Time and Dredd, and see more at her Deviant Art page.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Dr. Horrible Coming to Television

    Things We Saw Today

    Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog comes to real television, not just your computer screen, in a couple weeks. (Entertainment Weekly)

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  10. Is Disney Putting the Kibosh on Princess Movies?

    The spurning of a legacy, or a sign of the times? According to a recent Los Angeles Times report, Disney's soon-to-be-released Tangled, notable for being the company's 50th animated feature film, marks a major shift in the entertainment company's strategy: Away from princesses, and towards more "gender-neutral," male-friendly entertainment. Reportedly miffed that 2009's The Princess and the Frog failed to be the megahit that it had hoped for (despite grossing more than $250 million worldwide on a $104 production million budget) on account of its overfocus on younger girls, Disney is said to be trying to bring "boys, teenagers and adults to the theater," with a "romantic male lead as a wise-cracking thief who mixes it up with bandits and beer-swilling thugs." But it's not just that Disney wants to bring more boys into the fold. What girls want has changed as well, thanks to the likes of, well, The Disney Channel:

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  11. New Tangled Clips Bypass Our Misgivings With Cute Chameleon

    Dangit, Tangeled! We were all ready to snub you after some knucklehead decided that you wouldn't become the next beautiful 2D animated movie to come out of Disney, and instead would be handed over to Disney's CGI studio. No matter how beautiful your concept art was. In fact, we wanted to snub you because of how beautiful your concept art was. We want to see that stuff drawn into motion! But now there are these videos of actual footage, and it's really pretty, and pretty funny, and clearly has some great character animation, and... ಠ_ಠ Stop messing with our heads. (via Bleeding Cool, more videos here.)

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