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The Lion King

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It’s Never Too Early to Start the Weekend With Disney-Inspired Cocktails

Yes, Thursday morning before 11am is the perfect time to bring up some potent potables based on children’s movies, I can’t imagine who would object to this. After all, you need some time to go to the liquor store and buy all those weird ingredients before Friday night.

We’ve featured the creations of Cody the mixologist before, and his newest batch of Disney inspired drinks are as lovely to look at as they sound delicous to drink. And some of them are just out right impressive: the dots in this Cruella de Vil inspired cocktail are chocolate chips that have been stuck to the inside of the glass.


Things to Do With Your Kids

Artist Makes Your Childhood Icons Twisted and Nightmare-Inducing

Or not, in some cases. We know from Sylvain Sarrailh‘s previous set of illustrations that, while he’s good at reimagining childhood favorites in such a way as to make them completely terrifying (Ariel), a lot of his illustrations are just… pretty damned awesome, full-stop. To wit: His take on The Legend of Zelda. I don’t want to spoil it for you, but it’s the first one behind the cut, and you definitely want to see it.

(via: Kotaku)



The Lion King Performed By Kittens [VIDEO]

For Christmas we brought you Elf with pugs. Today it’s The Lion King with kittens. I don’t think any explanation is needed.

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Hear Me Roar: Lannister House Drawn Like The Lion King Characters

Mariana Moreno crafted this unforgettable image and released it to the wild on her DeviantArt page.

Not featured: cub Joffrey singing “I Just Can’t Wait to be King.”

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Together At Last

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

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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Things We Saw Today: It Looks Like Superman Flew Too Close To The Red Sun

Artists Steve Lawler and Eric Foenander are responsible for this Dalí-esque Superman sculpture, titled “Nobody can save us…” and located at the Singapore Art Museum. (via Neatorama)


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The Lion King “Remade” in “CGI”

Hush. Now is not the time for words. Now is the time for watching.

(Bryko via Cartoon Brew.)


Rights of Passage

Brenda Chapman Leaves Pixar for LucasFilm

Brenda Chapman has had a career worth following. Based at Disney, Dreamworks, and then Pixar, Chapman’s contributed to the story of The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast, storyboarded classics like The Little Mermaid, and directed The Prince of Egypt. Now, Chapman’s announced she’s leaving Pixar for LucasFilms, to consult in their animation department on a mystery project. 



These Lion King Bloopers Will Warm Even The Coldest Of Hearts

Truth be told, it probably takes hours upon hours to record the script for a 2 hour animated film. Ever wonder what happens between takes that make the final cut? Here’s a video of Lion King bloopers that were recorded and later animated for our enjoyment — in other words, here is possibly the best thing you’ll see on the Internet today. You can thank me later.

(via Panther Grace.)

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The Dark Knight Rises Trailer Reenacted By Hot Dogs. You Heard Us. Hot Dogs.

We here at The Mary Sue are huge fans of the fan trailers that have come out of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. Sure, there are a lot of talented people out there who’ve edited together bits from all three films to create super-trailers but what we really love are the ones where individuals recreate the trailer using something else. For instance, there was a LEGO, stop-motion version of the trailer and not one but two mash-ups with Batman: The Animated Series. Oh, and let’s not forget the epic Lion King mash-up. But here is something I’ve never seen before and never in my life expected to see. It’s the TDKR trailer reenacted by ground up meat in casings. Yes, hot dogs. And it was created by a group called Sausage Party. Then again, I never thought I’d see a hot dog eating Batman either, but that happened. Enjoy Commissioner Gordon’s mustache, Catwoman’s hair, and about twenty other awesome moments.

(via Topless Robot)