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5 Positive Lessons Learned From the Non-Princess Ladies of Disney

Over the weekend, it was shared that Disney is hearing the hype around doing a Disney Princess crossover movie, but we need some more love the non-Disney Princesses.

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Jodi Benson Reflects on the 30 Year Legacy of The Little Mermaid

How does the Disney classic hold up in 2019?

For those of us who grew up in the '80s and '90s, The Little Mermaid was a massive part of our childhood culture.

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I Love the Awesome Ladies of Ralph Breaks the Internet

Also, I want to go to Slaughter Race.

The most anticipated scene in Ralph Breaks the Internet is probably the fabled Princess scene.

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Extended Ralph Breaks the Internet Clip Brings More Disney Princess Goodness

A new clip has been released by Disney giving us a longer look at the Ralph Breaks the Intenet scene where Van meets the other Disney Princesses.

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Ralph Breaks the Internet Is Giving the Disney Princesses New Casual Looks and We Are Ready for It!

New gowns who dis?

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Why Don’t Official Disney Princesses Get Theatrical Sequels?

Disney princesses, it seems, are often getting sequels, but they don't make it to theaters for some reason—except Anna and Elsa.

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Disney Acquires Rights to Sadé, Their First African Princess

You guys, this is amazing!

Deadline is reporting that Disney Animation Studios has acquired the pitch for Sadé, a fairytale centered on an African princess. The idea was created by writers Ola Shokunbi and Lindsay Reed Palmer, who will co-write the screenplay; Dope director Rick Famuyiwa is attached as producer. Deadline reports that Scott Falconer will serve as an executive producer, with Tendo Nagenda and Zoe Kent overseeing the project for Disney.

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Things We Saw Today: We Want All the Clothes From Her Universe’s Disney Princess Line

Ariel-inspired jeans? A Tiana romper? A magic carpet bag? Dinglehopper makeup brushes?!

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Deadpool the Musical 2: Ultimate Disney Parody is the Best Thing You’ll Watch All Weekend

But when is the soundtrack coming out?

The team behind Deadpool the Musical are back with a brilliant new short that brings Deadpool into the Disney film canon. In this fan film, Deadpool kills, dances, quips and sings parodies of several classic Disney princess melodies, including "Part of Your World" from The Little Mermaid, "You're Welcome" from Moana, and "A Whole New World" from Aladdin.

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Women of Color Deserve to Enjoy the Wish Fulfillment of Princesses

The princess is a trope that feminists talk about often in terms of how it represents heteronormativity and patriarchy, but what can it mean to women of color?

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This Thread Expertly Breaks Down the Real-World Logistics of Fighting in a Ball Gown

Disney Princess Warriors.

We're all about the intersection between entertainment fashion and real-world practicality when it comes to costumes for female characters, especially when we're talking about armor and other battle attire. (Wonder Woman Amazons, anyone?)

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Hear Emma Watson and the Beauty & the Beast Cast Show Off Their Singing Chops in This Excerpt of “Belle”

Out of all the clips we've heard of Emma Watson singing Belle's vocals so far, I think this one sounds the best.

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“Dream Big, Princess” Shows How Disney Princesses Inspire Young Girls

In this video, Disney shows, "For every girl who dreams big, there’s a Princess to show her it’s possible."

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Fans Are Petitioning to Make Leia an Official Disney Princess. Is That a Thing We Want to See Happen?

Heroism is a Princess quality.

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Now You Can Watch (and Rewatch, and Rewatch) the Full Scene of Moana‘s “How Far I’ll Go”

Have you seen Moana yet? Even if you haven't, you'll likely enjoy this early scene from the movie featuring Auli'i Cravalho's beautiful vocals in "How Far I'll Go," the title character's song about longing for adventure.

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Friday Dance Party: Alessia Cara Debuts “How Far I’ll Go” From Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Moana Soundtrack

Ever since we heard Lin-Manuel Miranda would be composing the score for Disney's Moana, we've been itching to hear a sample, and this week we've finally got our first taste of the soundtrack.

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Disney Channel’s Elena of Avalor Delivers the First Latina Disney Princess

Of the eleven or so Disney Princesses that exist*, one is Asian (Mulan), one is Native American (Pocahontas), and one is black (Tiana). These princesses were added as of the mid-1990s. However, despite the fact that Latinx comprise 17% of the U.S. population and are the largest minority in the country, we had yet to see a Latina Disney Princess...until now.

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Princes with Personality: From Prince Charming to Flynn Rider

Princes aren't what they used to be, and that's a good thing.

Princesses are everywhere these days, playing a variety of social roles that bear little resemblance to those of decades past. But what about their princes? How have they changed with the times? Snow White's Prince is just there to be a prince and that's all he needs to be, while Flynn/Eugene is bursting with identity, personality, and humor. As the roles of women have changed in society, the expectations for the role of "prince" have changed as well.

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The First Teaser for Disney’s Moana Is Here, and GORGEOUS

Put this movie in my eye-holes now.

The first teaser for Disney's Moana aired during last night's Tony Awards—which is appropriate, given that some of the talent behind Broadway phenomenon Hamilton will bring their skills to the latest Disney princess movie.

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Queer Subtext in The Little Mermaid, From Hans Christian Andersen’s Original to Disney’s Adaptation

Hans Christian Andersen’s tragic short story, “The Little Mermaid,” seems to be a metaphorical reflection of a doomed romance that unfolded in the author’s own life. The short story, which was published in 1836, lines up with a series of love letters that Andersen wrote in the mid-1830s to a young Duke named Edvard Collin. […]

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