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For example, Walt Disney once famously instructed his animators to make Snow White look "old enough to marry." As for the Disney princes, they're all much older. "I wish he could have stayed the Beast he revealed in 2010. Snow White was sleeping for a long time. Source: Disney Studios And if I didn't ruin Snow White enough for you, the film was the dictator's favorite movie of all time.
"Pocahontas." Courtesy of Andhika Muksin How did Pocahontas look so good with the wind, leaves, and probably dirt blowing in her face during "Colors of the Wind"? Fortunately, when a writer came across the Chinese poem " The Song of Fa Mu Lan the studio decided to combine both projects and create Mulan.
"To ensure the sanctity of what Andy Mooney called their individual 'mythologies the princesses never make eye contact when theyre grouped the New York Times reported in 2006. Andhika, muksin is asking and he's created art that shows the bedhead Snow White would actually have when she woke. For one, it sent 50 children, mostly girls under the age of 10, to the hospital for salmonella when they attempted to kiss toads like the movie's heroine.
Although the Jezebel article was being tongue-in-cheek, you have to admit, the stats don't lie. "In fact, I did have us record a line at the end of the movie where Beast and Belle, the prince who knows what his name is, I mean you know his name was Beast were dancing. Source: Disney Studios Everyone knows Cinderella has the "tiniest feet in the land but did you know her foot size is kind of impossible for a woman of her age and height? As for Disney animators, they intentionally designed princesses to look older to avoid revealing their true ages.
And now I'm going to be sick. Princess Jasmine and Ariel? "Those characters are already so different than the ones I grew up with Muksin told Insider.
Mulan was originally supposed to be a movie called 'China Doll.' Source: Disney Studios Before Mulan became the movie you know today, it was initially drafted as a straight-to-video film called China Doll about a poor, oppressed. With their real ages known, their stories seem extra creepy. "I think Disney is moving in a promising direction in terms of diversifying their new characters Muksin said. Source: Disney Studios Despite being a princess, Mulan has a savage confirmed kill count of 1,995 people, which was mostly caused by an avalanche she triggered with a rocket during a battle.
Source: Wikipedia Commons Adriana Caselotti was only 18 when she was employed by Disney to voice Snow White. Muksin also edits Disney princesses into real-life situations, like the animated Cinderella running away after Zendaya upstages her at the 2019 Met Gala. So I had them record Belle saying, 'Do you think you could grow a beard?' Laughter See? .
And speaking of Snow White, the voice actress was completely mistreated by Disney. "Cinderella." Courtesy of Andhika Muksin Cinderella's hair has always looked too good to be true. "Beauty and the Beast." Courtesy of Andhika Muksin He cited Riley from "Inside Out Miguel from "Coco and the titular character from "Moana" as positive role models for kids. Zendaya channeled the princess this year.
Source: Disney Ever since Disney bought Pixar, the new computer-animated princesses all have a certain "look" to them. These pieces all come from a place of love. Modern, met, get, our, weekly, newsletter. The reason Walt did this was because he wanted to "own" the voice of Snow White.
There's a reason for that. Courtesy of Andhika Muksin Zendaya wasn't the only celebrity to channel a Disney character at last year's Met Gala. Who among us hasn't looked like this?
Not to say this is a bad thing, but it is kind of weird to think about within the extremely conservative Disney universe. "And I think Disney needs to do more of this, pushing more inclusivity." In her hurry, Cinderella seems to have left behind more than her glass slipper. "So, having a film with two hero female characters was really tough, especially having them both in the scene and looking very different if theyre echoing the same expression." This prompted Twitter user Faith Erin Hicks to tweet, "I dunno.