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The Little Mermaid

  1. Things We Saw Today: Ursula Launches #BreakTheOcean

    Yes, on land it's much preferred/For ladies not to say a word

    Don't underestimate the importance of body language.

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  2. In Honor of The Little Mermaid‘s 25th Anniversary, Let’s Re-Watch The Most Bizarre Retelling Ever

    What the dink is that noise?

    If we're gonna get technical, Neil Cicierega's "ARIEL NEEDS LEGS" comic was first unleashed upon the unsuspecting Internet over a year ago. But you know what? Sounding like two horses never gets old, and neither does this fantastically weird video.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: A Tyrannosaurus Rex Showerhead

    Bathe in ancient lizard vomit.

    3D printers... find a way.

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  4. Little Mermaid “Under the Sea” Parody Shows It’s Not Always Better Down Where It’s Wetter

    Singing crabs are the least of the deep sea's horrors.

    I guess Sebastian is having misgivings about extolling the virtues of living under the sea and feels the need to clarify that they only apply to a happy middle ground between the shore and the ocean floor. Otherwise, you're in for a worser fate.

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  5. I Want To Be Part Of Your World, Man With The Little Mermaid Chest Tattoo

    Curiouser and curiouser!

    Mark Barela has a Little Mermaid tattoo. A giant freaking Little Mermaid chest tattoo to be precise. We think it's wonderful. The work was done by artist Matthew Tillman and you can check out another shot featuring a few more of Barela's Disney tattoos under the cut.

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  6. A Preview Of Sofia Coppola’s Little Mermaid? [VIDEO]

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    Ok, not really. But this sketch from Funny or Die starring AnnaSophia Robb (The Carrie Diaries) as Ariel and Evan Peters (X-Men: Days of Future Past) as Prince Eric is pretty much how we expect that project to turn out. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. A Live-Action The Little Mermaid To Be Part of Our World, Sofia Coppola In Talks to Direct

    It was only a matter of time before a major studio, paging through Disney's back catalog, realized that there was some fairy tale yet to have the life sucked out of it by a generic live-action adaptation. Ariel, I'm sorry. It's your turn. But if this is a movie I have no intention of seeing (currently—things could change), at least it's a movie I have no intention of seeing that might be helmed by a female director. Scratch at that celluloid ceiling, The Little Mermaid. The Black Caulrdon, when its time comes, might not even have that going for it.

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  8. We Cannot Overemphasize How Good Looking These Mondo Disney Posters Are

    eye candy

    For those of you lucky enough to be at SXSW, Mondo's joined forces with Oh My Disney for "Nothing's Impossible," a gallery exhibition you can go see right now. For the rest of us, here's a sampler platter. The full set's this-a-way.

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  9. Get Back To Basics With This Pop Culture Alphabet

    Awwwwww

    This charming series is the work of Jeff Victor, whose art we've featured previously. If you have young ones this might benefit -- or an empty spot on your grown-up wall -- he's got a poster print available for sale. The V, W, and X panel makes for an interesting discussion piece on the signature outfits of female characters, wouldn't you say?

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  10. Artist Makes Your Childhood Icons Twisted and Nightmare-Inducing

    Things to Do With Your Kids

    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)

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